Father’s Day Ideas

My male patients range from those who scoff at skin care and will barely use a moisturizer, to those who really take care of their skin and use the whole range of tools, from treatments to repair products to covers like the Colorescience Mineral Corrector Palette (covers acne and shaving cuts).

But here are some products men generally like and use:

Skinceuticals Hydrating B5 Gel moisturizer: comes in a small glass jar with a dropper, so it looks like a science product from the lab.  The gel goes on very smooth and light, with no shine.  Good for oily skin also.

Elta MD UV Clear SPF 46: a small pump container with a high-quality sunscreen that also goes on with minimal shine or oily feeling.

Powder Sunscreen: golfers, fishermen, boaters like the powder sunscreens because they just brush them on.  Hands stay dry.

Sunscreens prevent skin cancers as well as dry, leathery, and brown-spotted skin!

And last, if they like their Sonicare toothbrush, they might use the Clarisonic Mia to clean their faces.

Happy Father’s Day!

Dr. I

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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