Daily Skincare Routine for Men

Daily Skincare Routine for Men

Men’s skincare often consists of 2-in-1 shampoo and body wash. The results are lackluster, and you run the risk of denying your skin of nutrients it needs to thrive. You’re an individual, so why shouldn’t your skincare routine be unique as well? We went ahead to provide you with a breakdown of skincare tips on establishing a regimen that works for you.

The skin is the body’s largest organ. Skin takes up a vast area of the body and faces constant exposure. You’ll want to take measures to ensure your skin is well taken care of.

Your skin can range in sensitivity levels and thickness. Some areas of your body are less prone to superficial injury, while others, such as your face, are constantly experiencing exposure.

Implementing a skincare routine might seem like a burden when you find solace in an all-in-one product, but it’s actually easy and will help you age gracefully. Proper skincare will also help you to avoid dreaded acne and even skin cancers.

Men Skincare Routine Tips Ideas

Cleansing

Cleansers have come a long way in the last few years. In fact, men’s skincare, in general, has come a long way. Gone are the days of body washes with names fit for a sports drink. Now cleansers come in bars, gels, and creams with names that match the ingredients making up the soaps. Recently more thought and compassion has gone into developing face and body washes.

A cleanser will always be your first step in a skincare routine. If you’re using a face wash, you’ll want to wet your face with clean water then massage the facewash onto your face–just make sure you avoid your eyes and mouth! Furthermore, it’s important to use a cleanser that’s right for your skin; if you have any allergies or sensitivities you should keep those in mind when choosing a product.

Exfoliating

Your skin has regenerative properties, nothing close to X-Men superpowers, unfortunately, but it can repair itself over time. Partly due to the skin’s regenerative ways, there are some areas of your body with thicker layers of skin. These are areas that experience larger amounts of friction. Parts of your skin that are thicker than others might dry out and need extra attention to keep moisturized.

Exfoliation comes in a variety of methods, which depend on your specific needs. If you’re trying to reduce dry, peeling skin, then a pumice stone or a dry brush will work. Both help to reduce flaky skin and allow the skin to take in moisturizer better.

Your face can also benefit from exfoliation; however, you don’t want to use the same tools for the skin on your face as you would for your feet or legs. If exfoliating your face, stick with exfoliating scrubs or a powered facial cleansing brush.

Moisturizers and Serums

Overly oily skin is undesirable, but so is overly dry skin. To maintain the right balance between the two your skin routine should include a moisturizer. Pay attention to labels when choosing the right moisturizer for your routine.

A properly moisturized face won’t leave you feeling greasy but will provide just the right amount of moisture to keep your face soft. If wrinkles are starting to form you can fight back with moisturizers.

Sunscreen

Your skin is precious and although it has some regenerative properties it still needs protection. The sun is one of the skins’ top enemies. UV damage from the sun accounts for well over half the skin cancer cases each year.

Aside from the big C, the sun can speed up the aging process. Too much time in the sun with little to no protection will cause wrinkles and sunspots.

Sunscreen is often present in facial moisturizers but in small quantities. This is great for daily use and is often all the protection you need when spending short periods of time in the sun. When you’re planning on spending an extended period of time in the sun then reach for a higher SPF.

Masks

If you enjoy having a more thorough skincare routine but lack the time to implement an extensive daily regimen, then the occasional mask may be of interest to you. Even if you have an extensive daily regimen then the occasional face mask will do wonders for your face.

Masks come in many different varieties. Some are helpful for dry skin while others help with oily skin. They work by putting the ingredients closer to your skin and into your pores. Face masks only offer temporary relief from skin issues, but make for a great tool to keep your skin feeling and looking great for specific events. Adding a mask to your skincare routine can also give you a few minutes of peace and stress relief.

Shaving and Aftershave

For men’s skincare, it’s important to consider facial hair. If you’re the type of guy sporting a beard to make lumberjacks green with envy, you need to be cautious of the skin under all that hair.

Underneath those bristles, your skin is prone to dryness and acne. Using a good beard cleanser will help clean your beard but also exfoliate the skin underneath it. You’ll want to find a beard balm or oil to use as well.

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