Men’s skin is thicker, less sensitive than women’s skin, therefore it ages slower. It has more sebaceous glands, resulting in a greater tendency to seborrhea and oily complexion. The differences in functioning of male skin are caused by the excretion of testosterone. Men’s skin is generally thick and oily, often with numerous extended pores and the earthy color of the epidermis. Wrinkles appear later, but they are much deeper.
The most common defects that affect men’s skin:
severe acne during adolescence period
inflammation of the beard hair follicles