Both men and women have skin, they both live on the same earth with the same sun above and are both prone to skin cancer. (In reality, white men are More probably compared to white women die of skin cancer.) So why do so many men refuse to wear sunscreen?
Dermatologist Anjali Mahto is a question recently asked about his Instagram, noting that when he talks about skin care, the public is extremely feminine. Indicates a she studies who found that men who agree with statements like "A man should watch soccer games instead of soap operas" were more likely to not have worn sunscreen lately. The authors suggest that skin care products and solar safety may seem too feminine topics for the guys to care about. Or maybe – based on the focus group search – men are less likely to ask their friends to rub sunscreen on their backs. (Tip: sun protection is also provided in spray form.)
Whatever the reason, only 15% of men regularly use sunscreen when they stay out in the sun for more than an hour. For women, that number is 30%. So most of us should probably wear sunscreen more often, but guys, you have some recovery to do.
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