What’s the difference between men and women’s moisturizers?

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What’s the difference between men and women’s moisturizers?

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the package for women’s one is pink, and it costs a lot more. Maybe the smell is different, but apart from that, they are the same.

This is basically the same for almost every healthcare product that have a “Men vs Women” version. The first thing that comes to my mind are razor blades.

I don’t think there’s a significant difference between the two. Besides the colors they use, packaging and scent of the product, it essentially is the same goopy substance, with the more quality ones using extra vitamins/goodies.

It comes down to how they market the product and who it is geared to.

Other than the fragrance there is no difference in the way they work. The is most likely a difference in price!

There are some, altough they are mostly marketing gimmicks. Basically men’s moisturizers are “lightier”, so after a while it would be almost imperceptible. Women’s moisturizers, in the other hand, are greasier, and will be noticeable (to touch) even after some hours

Fragrance. Same with most other personal care products. They might have a few marginal amounts of different extracts etc (emotive ingredients) as well, but the core formula will be very similar- if not the same. pH might be slightly different depending on where you’re supposed to be applying it too (face vs. body for instance). Ultimately it comes down to whether or not you like the fragrance- the physical effect should be the same.