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In a broad sense, men and women have different skin. Women’s skin, especially as we age, tends to be thinner and drier, whereas men tend to have thicker, oilier skin. Thus, something that would be hydrating for a woman might be too thick and pore-clogging for a man, while something that’s exfoliating for a man might irritate a woman’s skin. So, even if you hate the pink tax, men and women just have to use different skin-care products…right?
New beauty company Panacea is hoping to disprove that with their own unisex skin-care line. Their goal: to tap into the science and results of a K-beauty skin-care regimen, without all the complicated steps. That’s why they only currently offer three products: a facial cleanser, a moisturizer, and an SPF. All three products are paraben- and sulfate-free, and packed with high-end ingredients like hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, and various plant extracts. They’re meant for use among all skin types—no matter your gender.
While they’re not the first company to go after a gender-neutral skin-care line, they seem to be the first to try and simplify Korean skin-care practices and make them more accessible for the everyday person. (That’s why Panacea’s routine only requires three steps, instead of K-beauty’s usual 12.)
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But we were curious: Do these products actually, truly work well on both men AND women? There was only one way to find out. We asked two staffers—a guy and a girl—to try the Panacea skin-care line for a week and report back on the results. Here’s what they had to say:
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