Get the dirt on men’s skincare.

MOST MEN WON’T ADMIT TO SUCH FRIVOLOUS ACTS as dabbing face cream on trouble areas at night, but according to Dr. Choon Kia Yeo, medical director of Honolulu Med Spa, he’s seen more and more men enter his practice wanting the same as their female counterparts-to look younger and happier.

That means making frown lines and sunspots disappear. The Med Spa specializes in treatments and facials to work on serious skin issues. But short of getting to the point of requiring “bro-tox,” at-home care will go a long way in keeping that man-hide free from the onset of lines and wrinkles.