Several years ago The Advice Sisters reviewed some products from Comfort Zone, an upscale, Italian line of skincare products with a collection just for men called: Man Space. You can get these in select spas, and they’re also featured in places where guys really demand luxury, such posh hotels and spas around the world. Our male reviewers liked the unfussy, masculine, olive-green packaging, the matte, pewter plastic bottles with man-sized pump tops, and the refreshing, lemony scented products. Maybe it’s because they were created with Téphroline, an extract that reduces stress and promotes an overall sense of confidence and satisfaction. A man’s skin condition changes with the seasons, too.
If you are a guy reading this column, you already know that it’s silly to settle for a woman’s product when you can get your own! If you’re a woman who thinks her man’s skin could use some TLC (and the guys can’t cover it all up with cosmetics as wel do) you’ll want to consider getting him some of these high quality skin care products.
For example, if his skin is oil, the Man Space Oil-Control Performer Normalizing Mattifying Fluid $46.00 1.6 fl. oz does double-duty to hydrate, rebalance and regulate the secretion of sebum on his skin. The light lotion has active ingredients with curious names such as : marine affinisphere, sebustop, betaphroline, and one I did recognize: Vitamin E. Our male reviewers really didn’t care about what was in it as much as I did, and they didn’t want to be “bothered” with a lot of products. However, they were sold when they discovered that this multi-tasker: did a good, quick and easy job of moisturizing (what guy doesn’t want his lady to kiss softer skin?), mattifying (so his face doesn’t look like an oil slick moments after cleansing) and oh yes…it also helps to reduce blemishes.
The Advice Sisters’s male reviewers were even more enthusiastic about the Splash Performer $28. 00 3.3 fl. oz. This facial cleanser in gel form refreshes, cleanses and hydrates skin while whisking away impurities and controlling shine. They liked the fresh scent, the packaging (there’s a BIG pump top on this one) and the way the cleanser washed off leaving skin feeling good, not “goopy.” Men tend to scrimp on wash time..this facial cleanser will motivate the user to cleanse often––good facial cleansing is especially important for a man’s rougher, facial skin.
Visit: Comfort Zone (Man Space): http://www.comfortzone.it/
*If you like this review, see lots more reviews of beauty and fashion for women and for men on the new, Advice Sisters What Works Beauty, Cosmetics & Fashion review column for Fall up the first week in September at http://www.advicesisters.net/whatworkscol3.html