The Latest Men’s Skincare Trends

At least one-third of men between the ages of 18-49 years old use facial skincare products to improve their appearance, YouGov America reveals. Additionally, 22% of men say they keep a regular skincare routine. With men’s skincare becoming an increasingly popular trend, innovative brands and new product developments are continually emerging to rejuvenate complexions and pave the way for healthier, younger-looking skin. Skincare devices, anti-aging treatments, and dermal fillers, in particular, are just some of the latest trends in men’s skincare to look out for.


Skincare devices

Skincare devices are professional-grade and suitable for at-home use, allowing you to achieve luminous, healthy skin in the comfort of your own bathroom. And, as demand for such devices grows, innovation naturally continues to improve, now resulting in the most effective devices yet to reach the market. For example, LED masks are designed to clear and revitalize the skin and improve firmness and texture. Drawing upon LED therapy, these masks can, over time with regular usage, help with a host of common skin issues, including, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne, and sagging — all without inflaming or otherwise harming the skin.

Moreover, skin lasers are another cutting-edge at-home device able to offer similar results. Lyma’s skin laser, for example, is a medical-grade laser that soothes, clears, and refreshes the skin. Designed to be used daily in fifteen-minute sessions, this skin laser quickly gets to work on a myriad of unsightly imperfections, such as, acne, rosacea, scarring, wrinkles, bruising, broken capillaries, pigmentation, cellulite, sagging, and thread veins.


Anti-aging treatments

Innovative anti-aging treatments are designed to stop wrinkles in their tracks and encourage collagen production for healthier, younger-looking skin. Lutronic Genius, for example, is an effective microneedling treatment that stimulates elastin and collagen production, eliminates cellulite, and restores the skin’s firmness and tightness. Although this treatment works great on the face and neck, it can also be used effectively all over the body, including the stomach, thighs, and arms. Lutronic Genius also involves minimal downtime; your skin will need just a few days to heal from the microneedling.

Receiving a safe and effective anti-aging treatment ultimately depends on finding the right dermatologist near you. So, for example, if you’re looking to find a good dermatologist in San Antonio, Kirby, or Leon Valley, it’s essential first to check they’re board certified — this ensures they have the knowledge, experience, and skills to perform treatments. And, once you book an initial consultation, take time to evaluate your experience afterwards. For example, how informative, attentive, and welcoming were they? If you’re not completely happy with your experience, you’re free to cancel any upcoming appointments and start your search again.


Dermal fillers

Although dermal fillers aren’t a new trend, men are now embracing this treatment as an effective way to create the desired shape and look. Dermal fillers are a non-surgical treatment that involves injecting a smooth, gel-like substance deep into the skin’s dermal (middle) layer to add volume that improves overall facial appearance. In particular, dermal fillers can temporarily create a strong, chiselled jaw, as well as straighten and smooth out the nose. More than just that, dermal fillers can even eliminate dark circles and bags under the eyes to rejuvenate appearance. This treatment usually lasts for at least six months on average, although the exact time frame depends on how fast your body absorbs the hyaluronic acid.


Beauty and skincare treatments are increasingly popular with men of all ages. Skincare devices, anti-aging treatments, and dermal fillers, in particular, are just some of the latest treatments to try for a rejuvenated and younger-looking complexion.



Jessica Alexander

Jessica Alexander

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