Beauty products are oftentimes geared toward women. In the past, men wouldn’t do much to their faces outside of a shave or a weekly shape-up at the barbershop. Some men would probably only wash their faces with the same bar of soap they'd bathed with and go about their business. Or they would probably use a three-in-one cleanser for the face, body, and hair.
Things have changed.
Nowadays, most skin care products are for unisex use. Acne, dark spots, inflammation, dryness and other skin afflictions don't discriminate between the sexes. Face rollers are a great way to revitalize your skin, reduce puffiness or define your contours. It's great that the tools invented to aid us against those things can be used by both men and women and can be shared by them at home.
Whether you want to get rid of puffiness or highlight your jawline, try these four face tools—that can be used by both men and women—at home.