REDMethod is all about simplicity and results
Men have unique needs when it comes to their skin. We get that. That’s why we created REDMethod (Raw Elements Defined).
Consider this: Men’s skin tends to be oilier, have more facial hair (naturally), has more acidic pH, is thicker, and tends to be more sensitive. As the skin ages, the visible signs tend to be more sudden and pronounced for men, typically with deep-set wrinkles on the forehead, deeper lines on the sides of the nose, and an overall dulled tone.This is where lifestyle and the right mix of ingredients becomes important.
The bottom line: what you put on your face matters. Choose wisely.
Behind the Science
REDMethod was developed by Rhonda Allison Cosmeceuticals, a pioneer in skin care for more than 30 years. As an innovator in the aesthetics industry and leading educator on skin health, we understand men’s skin functions, and what it needs to be healthy and looking its best. We create products with integrity, using active, high-quality ingredients, free of dyes and artificial fragrances.
Believing skin care is not a one-size-fits all, REDMethod was born –– simplified in its approach, complex and powerful in its delivery. Using only clean, active ingredients that harness the power.
Why Men Need Skin Care?
Men’s skin is generally thicker, more sensitive and produces more sebum than a woman’s. His pH is also more acidic. This presents not only cosmetic issues, but health issues as well since men have a higher risk of getting skin cancer. Studies have also shown that male skin cells carry fewer antioxidants and as a result, will form more wrinkles, deeper facial lines and hyperpigmentation (age spots).
What Happens When Men Age?
- Skin becomes thinner and has a harder time retaining moisture
- Wrinkles and fine line become more apparent and skin loses elasticity
- The skin's horny layer loses its radiance and its capacity to absorb dimishes
- Visible signs of aging on the face become more pronounced - deep-set wrinkles on the forehead, lines on the side of the nose, lackend cheeks, a double chin and thickening of the neck
Do Male Hormones Affect the Skin?
The answer is a resounding - YES! The skin is a hormone-sensitive organ that is constantly affected by testosterone, increasing the number of granular cells and collagen production. Testosterone also, stimulates the oil production in sebaceous glands and toughens hair follicles. And because men have smaller sebaceous glands, but higher secretions levels, skin is more prone to acne and blemishes.