Doing skin care is a habit that can be learned. We know that skin care is for everyone. But it seems like getting the men in our lives to use skin care is quite a challenge!
It's important to start basic and essential so they don't get overwhelmed with having a lot to do and alot to put, so this is a very easy step to help your dad, husband, boyfriend, brother, or son get started on a simple skin care routine.
We take you through a skincare routine for men that is both extremely straightforward, and extremely effective.
Its common to hear many stories of men using body soap on their faces! exchange the body soap by putting a gentle facial cleanser in the shower area.
Cleansing is the most important daily maintenance step in your skincare routine. Throughout the day, your skin is exposed to dirt, bacteria and impurities, By Cleansing your face you are removes this, helping in preventing breakouts and clogged pores.
Tip: By cleaning your face it removes dirt and oil and giving your skin a fresh look. It’s important that your skin is clean before you move on to the other steps in this guide.
You might be asking, why do men needs a toner? I’m already using a facial cleanser, sunscreen, and moisturizer. Think of a facial toner as your skincare regimen’s appetizer, formulated to prepare your skin for moisturizer. Toners can also be incredibly beneficial for men who suffer from acne as they help clear out pores, allowing your skin to absorb more product.
A good facial moisturizer will be your partner in crime in preventing dry and aging skin. It is a must for maintaining happy and healthy pores.
Moisture lost during the process of cleansing so that its important to restores hydration to your skin by moisturising, you are replacing nutrients making your skin firm. Also, moisturiser forms a protective barrier over the skin, which helps to prevent dirt from clogging the pores, and guarding your skin from outbreaks.
Tip: How much moisturiser you should use depends your skin type and remember everyone needs a moisturizer. If your skin is naturally oilier, use a small amount, making sure to work into the skin evenly. Using too much may cause breakouts. If your skin is drier, you should use enough to ensure your skin feels thoroughly hydrated to the touch.
Always use SPF! Ultraviolet rays from the sun can harm and mutate the cells in your skin, even on a cloudy days, too. These UV rays may cause you sun spots, wrinkles, sun burns, dry patches, moles, and are also the biggest factor in our skin’s aging. It’s important to shield your skin from these rays with SPF.
Tip: Don't forget to put sunblock on your neck and nape
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