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    Default the mens grooming market

    This month, Estee Lauder's men's division, Aramis, will
    launch the
    men's grooming market's first cosmetic line, Surface. Company
    executives said the line targets men in their 30s who are noticing
    the early signs of aging such as fine lines and discoloration.
    "The
    products are purely cosmetic, meaning you put them on and they work
    and then you wash them off.

    Stepi





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    Default the mens grooming market

    "Stepi " [email address redacted] wrote:
    This month, Estee Lauder's men's division, Aramis, will
    launch the
    men's grooming market's first cosmetic line, Surface.
    executives said the line targets men in their 30s who are
    the early signs of aging such as fine lines and discoloration.
    "The
    products are purely cosmetic, meaning you put them on and
    and then you wash them off.

    Stepi
    Thanks Stepi,

    Would any of you consider using a male cosmetic product? Do
    any of you use [female] cosmetics to hide blemishes etc?

    I'd be interested in your views, I may do an article on Male
    Cosmetics on the site.

    Grant





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    Default the mens grooming market

    Basenotes at [email address redacted] said:

    Thanks Stepi,

    Would any of you consider using a male cosmetic product? Do
    any of you use [female] cosmetics to hide blemishes etc?

    I'd be interested in your views, I may do an article on Male
    Cosmetics on the site.
    Ok, would anyone wear a cosmetic which would cover a blemish (Say, if you
    had a big spot on an important date or interview) if the cosmetic used was
    undetectable?

    I think I would use something like that in emergencies, but certainly not in
    every day use. I'm wondering what Aramis' research has shown on the male
    cosmetic market.

    Heres a link to the article from Happi.com about Aramis' new male cosmetic
    line 'Surface'

    http://www.happi.com/current/oct001.htm

    Cheers,

    Grant.





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    Default the mens grooming market


    Would any of you consider using a male cosmetic product? Do
    any of you use [female] cosmetics to hide blemishes etc?

    I used only moistering and scrubing cream
    i have tried somes cream by clinic,lab series by aramis
    Now i used only female moistering cream ( precision by chanel)
    or shiseido product
    i only continued to use a scrubbing cream for men ( nivea is good and cheap)
    vajira , reims , france.
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    Bo=EEte aux lettres - Caramail - http://www.caramail.com








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    jdusty4
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    Default the mens grooming market

    Hmm.
    Since I'm still in high school, I have a small acne problem and would
    only begin to consider products that were non-comedonegenic (which is
    all I use now: Purpose or Neutrogena soap, Purpose moisturizer, and
    acne products, and occasionally a face scrub from body shop but that
    doesn't seem to clog my pores)
    That said...I might consider basically just cover-up stuff for acne
    because I obviously don't have wrinkle problems. But I am VERY happy
    about the trend towards men's appearance stuff - clothing stores
    opening up men's sections (i.e., French Connection), skin care lines
    creating men's sections, more colognes, etc. I feel embarrased wearing
    a fragrance sometimes, or talking about skin care etc because it is
    considered "non-masculine" especially in high school where everyone is
    insecure. I think trends such as cosmetics and apperance for men
    becoming more popular will help to change this, and already are, in
    fact.
    On that point, does anyone know if these products are non-comedogenic
    (won't clog pores)



    "Stepi " [email address redacted] wrote:
    This month, Estee Lauder's men's division, Aramis, will
    launch the
    men's grooming market's first cosmetic line, Surface. Company
    executives said the line targets men in their 30s who are noticing
    the early signs of aging such as fine lines and discoloration.
    "The
    products are purely cosmetic, meaning you put them on and they work
    and then you wash them off.

    Stepi


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    Default the mens grooming market

    Hey jdusty4!!

    I just read your e-mail...I have a little story to
    tell you:
    When I was in high school, I used to have three or
    four bottles of 'Avon' in my locker and in between
    classes I would stop at my locker and 'slpash'. I'd
    leave a trail of fragrance all the way down the hall.
    I didn't care! From that time until now, wearing
    cologne is part of my grooming (as it is for millions
    of men). I have a 15 year old son and he's been
    wearing colonge for years(I always buy him a different
    kind for his birthday and Christmas) He 'really' likes
    'Chrome' by Azzaro. He sprays it before he leaves the
    house every morning...it's in his band uniform, his
    jacket, on his bookbag, and his 'peers' always tell
    him he 'smells good' and want to know what kind of
    cologne he's wearing. I has a very pleasant, fresh,
    lingering scent. I said all that to say...Be yourself,
    don't worry about what others say. Men's fragrance is
    a million dollar industry...Wear it!! That's what it's
    for. Skin care is for EVERYONE. There are many good
    products available to help or alleviate whatever types
    of problems you may have. Don't be ashamed. Some guys
    have flawless skin naturally and some have to 'work'
    at it. You'd probably be surprised to know how may
    men('macho men') use skin care products(and hair care)
    but don't want anyone to know. Be
    encouraged!.......Larry!

    --- [email address redacted] wrote:
    Hmm.
    Since I'm still in high school, I have a small acne
    problem and would
    only begin to consider products that were
    non-comedonegenic (which is
    all I use now: Purpose or Neutrogena soap, Purpose
    moisturizer, and
    acne products, and occasionally a face scrub from
    body shop but that
    doesn't seem to clog my pores)
    That said...I might consider basically just cover-up
    stuff for acne
    because I obviously don't have wrinkle problems. But
    I am VERY happy
    about the trend towards men's appearance stuff -
    clothing stores
    opening up men's sections (i.e., French Connection),
    skin care lines
    creating men's sections, more colognes, etc. I feel
    embarrased wearing
    a fragrance sometimes, or talking about skin care
    etc because it is
    considered "non-masculine" especially in high school
    where everyone is
    insecure. I think trends such as cosmetics and
    apperance for men
    becoming more popular will help to change this, and
    already are, in
    fact.
    On that point, does anyone know if these products
    are non-comedogenic
    (won't clog pores)



    "Stepi "
    [email address redacted] wrote:
    > This month, Est�e Lauder's men's division, Aramis,
    will
    > launch the
    > men's grooming market's first cosmetic line,
    Surface. Company
    > executives said the line targets men in their 30s
    who are noticing
    > the early signs of aging such as fine lines and
    discoloration.
    > "The
    > products are purely cosmetic, meaning you put them
    on and they work
    > and then you wash them off.
    >
    > Stepi








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