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Skin Care Tips For Men


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What is the first thing that someone notices about you? Generally it is your face, but in some people’s cases it could be other areas. The most important element of a good looking face that we would consider to be ‘good looking’, is healthy skin. According to skin care specialists, it is not only easy to achieve, but it is a critical function that everyone can do for themselves. I would like to share some of the tips that I have discovered recently, which don’t involve shelling out vast sums of money on useless products.

  1. Keeping it clean

    It is a scientific fact that men have approximately 15% more oily skin than women, and much larger skin pores. What that actually means chaps is that we basically get dirtier! Whatever skin type that you have, the most important thing to remember is to clean your face every day. If you use cleansing products, try to buy the ones that are chemical-free, or at least as near to chemical-free as possible. You can find products online that are suitable, naturally manufactured and don’t cost unreasonable sums of money. Try to avoid using deodorant soaps on your face – they use harsh ingredients and often leave a layer of detergent film behind.

    It is good practice to use a moisturizer on your skin. As mentioned earlier, it is wise not to use products that are chemically laden. Apply the moisturizer after cleaning your face or shaving, and don’t forget to include your neck. Some of the most suitable moisturizing products should contain vitamin E or aloe vera oil. It is a suitable treatment for applying under the eyes, which are a sensitive area and can reveal the first signs of aging because this area produces no oil secretion on its own.

  2. Keeping toned

    Because there is a difference in lifestyles for men and women, (men tend to spend more time outside than women) their skin is exposed to more air-borne pollutants and debris. That is why it is quite important to regularly tone the skin to keep it clear and firm. As we all get older, the skin has to work harder to maintain its elasticity. The use of toners made with glycolic or alpha hydroxy acids are commonly used for this process alongside astringents. The acids are known to reduce the size of the pores, and help to prevent ingrown hairs.

  3. Look after your skin

    There are different skin care products that you can use depending on your skin type (oily, dry or combination) which are best suited to different times of the year. Your choice of products will be dependent on the needs of your skin – so it helps to have a personal understanding.

    Whatever skin type you have, you are still advised to exfoliate it. Exfoliation is the removal of dead skin cells that are the natural bi-product of daily life.

  4. Protect your skin

    Healthy skin is skin that looks young. There are plenty of techniques that can promote the most healthiest looking skin and keeping it at its best for a longer period. It is worth noting that the skin is often a mirror of your overall health and body condition. Some of those techniques include:

  5. Avoiding excessive exposure to the sun

    Over exposure to the sun’s harmful rays can lead to hyperpigmentation (brown spots) which could, over time, lead to more serious skin conditions. Use a SPF 15 or higher on all skin that is likely to be exposed to the sun, especially facial skin.

  6. Exercise

    Regular exercise promotes capillary functioning which can result in a decrease in premature aging. It also increases the flow of oxygen to the skin tissue helping to maintain a youthful complexion.

  7. Good Diet

    Ensure that your diet contains a good mix of vitamins C and E.

  8. Do things in moderation

    Try to do things in moderation, as too much of anything can be a problem. Try to avoid excessive alcohol, smoking, fatigue and stress. It is a proven fact that these problems can lead to premature aging as they are known to reduce the facial circulation.

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Peter is an internet marketer who enjoys writing about skin care issues, security and football.

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