All that beauty and good looks are not for ladies alone. Men are equally conscious of their good looks. Coming to good looks first and foremost requirement is healthy skin. Here we have handpicked some of the easiest and best working tips for all the guys out there.
These are most relaxing after a long day and a perfect start for the day as well. But hot water can strip all the essential oils from your skin leaving it dry, scaly and itchy. Also the longer you stay in a hot shower the more deprived is your skin of natural oils. Turning down the temperature a bit is good for your skin and hair as well.
Men’s skin is usually oily compared to women but still, it does need a moisturizer. A light moisturizer or hydrating gel can be a good pick for most of the male clan but if you have a dry skin opting for a heavier cream will be helpful in the prevention of aging effects. If you are facing premature aging of skin book an appointment with the best skin specialist in Karachi, Best Dermatologists In Islamabad, Dermatologists In Lahore or other main cities via Marham.pk.
Sunscreen Is For You:
Sun rays are the main cause of aging lines and spots on the skin. Use sunscreen religiously every morning even if you only get to face the sun for a little while. Make sure to select one that says it is a broad spectrum.
Traditional deodorant soaps are too harsh for the delicate skin of the face. Use cleansers or face washes that do not contain SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE. The agent that produces lather but causes dryness as well. Go for products with moisturizing ingredients like:
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- Sunflower oil
- Soyabean oil
If you have oily skin your face cleanser should contain natural bacteria fighters like Citrus, Tea tree oil or Eucalyptus.
Soften Before You Shave:
To stave off redness, razor bumps and ingrown hairs shave when your facial is moist and soft that is right after a bath. If you experience razor burn using a shaving gel is advised instead of foam. Another way to avoid ingrown hairs is to use fewer strokes and shave in the direction of hair growth.
Avoid Alcoholic Aftershaves:
The top layer of skin cells is removed by shaving. This is helpful in clearing dry skin and acne but it can cause irritation as well. Using alcohol containing aftershaves can further worsen this situation. Whereas moisturizer aid to soothe the sting.
Always Pat Dry:
The sensitive facial skin should never be rubbed with a towel for drying. Always gently pat dry your skin. This will help to avoid abrasion and will take off lesser moisture from the skin.
What To Buy?
With the market overflowing with new skin care products every day it might become difficult to decide what to choose. Let’s simplify it. Look for a few keywords like:
NON-COMEDOGENIC: it means it will not block pores and will not result in acne breakouts.
ALCOHOL-FREE: These products are gentle and will not dry out your skin.
Additional components like vitamin A, E and C are good for skin softening, complexion brightening and scar prevention as well. If there are some scars from accidents or injury log on to Marham to find the best cosmetologist in Karachi, Lahore or other main cities of Pakistan and get your looks fixed.
Stear was clear of skin products with artificial scents. These mostly are damaging to the skin and can even irritate delicate facial skin. If you must opt for natural ones like lavender and citrus.
Reduce Fine Lines:
If crow’s feet or smile lines are bothering you use products with hyaluronic acid, retinol, and glycolic acid might be helpful. Fine lines around eyes can also be reduced by using an eye cream enriched with retinol and glycolic acid.
A little conscious effort toward yourself today is going to pay off years later in the form of good skin and health. Do watch your weight, exercise and meditate to look handsome and healthy every day.
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