A recent study published in the journal Cosmetic & Laser Therapy found that male patients were more likely to experience discomfort from cosmetics that do not match their facial shape.
In the study, researchers analyzed the makeup and skin care products of a group of 100 men.
The researchers analyzed more than 30,000 products from three manufacturers, including the makeup, body, and hair products of the manufacturers.
They found that while some cosmetics were made for men who are not necessarily attractive, most of the products were designed to mimic men’s natural face shape, which was defined as having the same proportions of face muscles as a woman’s.
“Some cosmetics marketed to men have the same formulas as for women and therefore do not appear to be for men,” the researchers wrote.
The cosmetics were tested in five different skin care brands and three types of makeup.
Some makeup was designed to look like men’s skin tone and facial hair, and others were designed for men with a more natural appearance.
The makeup companies that made the most of their products to mimic the natural features of men were Cosrx, Revlon, and Bobbi Brown.
The products that were the least likely to mimic male facial features were the products of Urban Decay and MAC.
In addition, the makeup companies were asked whether their products were suitable for men.
Only Cosrx and Revlon were asked.
Cosrx said the cosmetics that were made specifically for men “do not contain any synthetic ingredients and were developed for men.”
MAC said its products were “designed specifically for women,” and “do contain synthetic ingredients, but are not designed to be worn by men.”
The study also found that the makeup manufacturers who used products designed to match men’s features were more prone to developing cosmetic and laser skin problems.
For example, while the researchers found that men who were told their makeup was made for women had more problems with facial blemishes and wrinkles, the cosmetics made specifically to match the face of a man were more susceptible to developing skin problems, the study found.
“Men with normal facial shapes may find it difficult to match their skin to a makeup product.
Some may experience a greater risk of skin issues than those with larger faces,” the authors wrote.
In a statement, the makers of Cosrx’s products, Revlons, said: “Cosrx has been working for many years to create a product that meets the needs of both men and women with different facial shapes and textures.
Our products are made for both men & women with varying facial shapes, but we have not been tested in any studies that compare these products to Cosrx.”
The researchers also tested the makeup products made by three other companies, including MAC, which said it uses a different formulation.
MAC said it was not aware of the study.
“We believe our makeup products are designed to create an accurate representation of men’s face, and we do not sell makeup for men that does not match our facial shape,” the statement read.
“Our products are tested in-house to ensure they are 100 percent suitable for both genders and our products do not contain synthetic and/or artificial ingredients.
We do not recommend using products that have been used for a male or female face.”
The researchers found no difference in skin-care products made for girls or boys that matched the faces of men or women.
They also found no evidence that makeup for women’s skin was more likely than makeup for girls’ skin to cause cosmetic and cosmetic-related problems.
In a study published last year in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, researchers at Johns Hopkins University found that makeup companies are more likely if they do not make products for women with facial hair problems.
The study found that cosmetic products that do include facial hair are more prone than other products to causing facial blems and wrinkles.
The report said that the products are more often designed to replicate the facial hair of women.
The investigators found that cosmetics made for boys are less likely to cause facial hair issues than cosmetics made to match girls’ facial hair.
The findings came from a study that used data from over 100,000 consumers.
The data was collected from 2011 to 2013.
The research team looked at the makeup of more than 10,000 cosmetic and beauty products and analyzed the ingredients.
They did not find any products made to mimic women’s hair, but there was an increase in the percentage of ingredients that were synthetic and artificial, the researchers said.
“Cosmetics made to appeal to the gender of men are not the most appropriate cosmetics for men and, in fact, may be associated with more skin problems,” the study concluded.