Not everyone wants to smell like strawberries and lavender after a facial treatment, especially not humans of the male persuasion. If you're looking for a face mask that won't intimidate a dude from using it, or just prefer less-scented products, you've come to the right place.
Many face masks are marketed in a more gender-neutral fashion, keeping the earthy aromas of the ingredients and offering less exotic packaging.
Buzzrake analyzed hundreds of opinions from all over the web about facial masks, and scored each product based on user experience and feedback. A score was calculated for each product based on these opinions, and the results are below. When we focused on products marketed as unisex, we found some really interesting insights from users:
- Unisex masks score better than average for cleaning and reducing the appearance of pores.
- These masks also score better than most for smoothing the skin, and users report they are easier to remove after use.
- On average, masks aimed at men and women are cheaper than most masks, and come in larger packages. Unisex mask packaging has an average of 9 oz of product (compared to 4 for the rest) at an average cost of $2 per ounce (compared to $11/ounce). So you're actually getting a mask that is better for your pores, for less money.
- Despite their below-average prices and above-average sizes, users find that these products have below-average value. Meaning that compared to other masks, masks for men and women aren't as worth the cost as other masks.