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Taiwanese Men Worried About Physical Appearance, Study Reveals

August 11, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
In Taiwan, 80 percent of men said they care about their physical appearance because doing so makes them feel better, according market research firm Kantar Worldpanel Taiwan. Data from the study Men Revolution Asia, which interviewed 750 Taiwanese men ages 15 to 45 in 2013, revealed they are concerned most about blackheads (34 percent of respondents), teeth color (33 percent), and oily skin (31 percent). Also, 30 percent of men are concerned with being overweight, while 25 percent said they are worried by excessive sweating. Results also showed 50 percent of men said they are also concerned about oily hair.
"Taiwanese men care about oily skin, blackheads & bad teeth", Kantar Worldpanel, August 11, 2014, © Kantar Worldpanel
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