What do I do with this??? Argh. I just spent 20 minutes composing a reply, only to find out the thread went The Way of the Fearless Guppy in the meantime. It seems a waste; I laboured hard over my logic! I will make a gift of it. Let's pretend that the product company actually makes the product different for men than for women. This is by no means granted, but let's just pretend. Let's pretend it's oil content or cream content or colour or whatever. The difference between your skin and the skin of the other 400,000 men out there who might need a face cream is larger than the difference between men and women. It is folly to pretend that one product could aid all men, and one other product coiuld aid all women. Therefore, the product you have will do just as fine (or just as unfine) as the men's product. Women don't have the market cornered on dry skin. Thus, face cream is not a women's product.