We know that movie stars are not the only ones who want to have perfect summer skin. Men also look in the mirror and sometimes see things they want to change, but with so many different products in the marketplace, it can be overwhelming. The reality is that you don’t need 100 products to have great skin during the summer. What you need are the basics; those might include a product that helps address facial hair, a product that doesn’t smell like flowers yet helps with wrinkles, and something to prevent excess oil.
Most issues with men’s skin revolve around facial hair. It can start with what they use to shave and how they take care of their skin after. Look for products that contain refreshing ingredients like orange, citrus and grapefruit oil. After shaving, use a product that is alcohol-free. There are many great toners in the marketplace that are alcohol-free and come in a mist form for easy use. They help provide hydration without irritation after shaving.
Flowers are a great gift, but no one likes smelling like one. A sweet-smelling moisturiser can sometimes deter men from hydrating their skin properly. Look for a moisturiser with hydrating properties and additional benefits like SPF and antioxidants. These properties are going to keep your skin soft and hydrated, which means less visible fine lines and wrinkles. A daily SPF will provide UVA/UVB protection to prevent premature skin aging.
Using the right cleanser, toner and moisturiser, a weekly mask is a must. Using a facial mask once or twice a week can help with the removal of build-up and impurities. Look for ingredients like bentonite clay, which is known for its powerful ability to remove dirt and absorb excess oil. Masking on a weekly basis can help regulate your skin’s oil production. You can put a mask on after a run, the gym or while paying online bills.
During summer months, using the correct cleanser, alcohol-free toner, moisturiser with SPF and a weekly mask will help your skin look fresh and healthy. If you don’t know how to get started, don’t be afraid to ask for advice. Also, rely on a dermatologist for information on what is best for your skin. Your skin is the first thing people notice about you, and you only have one opportunity to make a first impression. So, this summer or any time throughout the year, invest in caring for your skin. It only takes minutes, and you deserve it!