TV Shows April 7, 2017

Dr. Kauvar weighs in with on weighs in on the differences between men and women skin types. “The skin of men and women has a different makeup, and well-formulated products address these differences,” says dermatologist Arielle N.B. Kauvar, director at New York Laser & Skin Care and a clinical professor of dermatology at New York University School of Medicine. . “Men have higher amounts of the male hormone testosterone, which creates more body hair, larger and more active oil glands, and makes them more prone to acne. Men’s skin is also approximately 25 percent thicker because men have more collagen in their skin.”

“Many age-related changes take place in the bony structure of the face,” says Dr. Kauvar. This can look like loss of volume around the face, including widening of the eye socket, shrinkage of the jaw bone, and loss and descent of fat compartments.