More than half of uk men use partners skincare products!
More than half of men in the UK admit to using their partners skincare products without them khnowing ,revealed a new study by skincare brand Clarines. in the recent survey of 1000 men in the UK, 56% said they were guilty of stealing their partners products to help with their skincare cpncerns, While more than one in ten (14%) owned up to using their other halfs products every day, and 19% admited that the use their partners "often".
When asked about their own skincare routine , they survey revealed that men are most likely to use moisturiser, cleanser, it was discoverd that 90% of men have at least one skincare insecurity, with the top five bigest concerns dry skin (41%) dark circles under the eyes (35%) acne (26%) / acne scars (27%) ageing/fine lines (26%) and black head/ enlarged porse (26%).
for the men that regulary usetheirown skincare products, almost 50% said the amount and the money they spend on their routine has increased over the past five men 82% say they spend up to £50 a month on specialist skincare products.
Psychotherapist Sarah lee, who worked with Clarinis on the survey said:
"Traditionally , masculinity has had a very narrow , heteronormative definition . For moisturiser is a lots easier than recognising norms.
Mens ability to express their identify or emotions freely is generally helpful.
based on unrealistic expectations such as filtered images of feeling the need to conform to certain body types or looks . we need diverse role models , and need to practice being less judgmental towards our bodies.