Are lotions like the ones offered here on Seknd, gender specific?
Are moisturizers marketed toward women, like the ones offered on Seknd, better for your skin than using something like Aveeno general lotion purchased at the grocery store? Generally speaking, at a high level, are they better because they are engineered for people who use makeup regularly or are they better for a different reason? Using cosmetics and shaving are the only differences I can think of between men and women's skin. Since I don't shave much, I don't need aftershave lotion, so the only difference left would be the fact that I don't wear make up, so I don't need lotion designed for those who wear makeup regularly.
My skin is pretty oily, especially when I'm working, which is most of the time, so I wash my face frequently throughout the day. But even without using soap, it dries my skin out too much which can even get painful if it's really cold or windy outside. I don't really have any complaints with the Aveeno lotion I've been using but I recently came across an article that described the business model of Seknd, which made me wonder if there was a difference between lotions made for women and something like the Aveeno I use.