For the doctor, there are no different medicines for women and men. Even gender hormones are adjusted to the problem, and not the sex of the patient. Specifically, a good cosmetic product works as a gender-neutral medicine to improve the skin’s structure. Every skin is unique and requires knowledge of the customer’s skin condition, followed by an appropriate solution.
Assuming that a typical male skin is totally different from a typical female skin, is too narrow sighted.
Always try to use minimal amount of product on your face. The structure of the skin is not smooth but has fine lines, so only the amount of cream that fits into those lines is useful. The rest that lies on top is excessive and can roll up on the skin, comparable to the rolls that an eraser might leave on paper. The finer the lines, the less cream you need. Because the lines around the eyes are ner than the ones in the neck, two creams are proposed: one with a thin texture, and another one with a thick texture. However, if you only fill up the lines with a thin layer, you will not need two separate creams.