Not only women, but also men want to stay beautiful and young. Increasingly, representatives of the stronger sex are thinking about ways to take care of themselves. It is inappropriate to use the cosmetics of a beloved woman or sister for these purposes, because male care has its own characteristics.
Facial skin care includes three stages: cleansing, moisturizing and nourishing. Many men mistakenly believe that simply washing with warm water is enough to cleanse their skin. This is wrong.
The male face differs from the female by the presence of a large number of sebaceous glands. That is why the strong half of humanity most often has oily skin. Excess sebum, coupled with wide pores, often leads to the appearance of blackheads and acne. To reduce their number, you need to wash your face daily using foams and gels for the face. They are good at removing oil from the skin and unclogging pores.
You can make shaving easier with exfoliation. The solid particles in the scrub will remove dead cells and raise hairs. It is necessary to shave off the hairs in the direction of their growth, this will prevent their subsequent ingrowth. Rinse the shaver regularly with warm water and replace the blades once a week. An aftershave lotion or cream will relieve irritation and soothe your skin.
Men's skin is rougher than women's, so the first signs of aging on a man's face appear much later. However, this does not happen gradually, but in jerks. It's just that one day a man wakes up and finds a couple of "crow's feet" under his eyes. A good moisturizer specially formulated for men's skin to fill the skin with moisture and delay the appearance of wrinkles. You need to use it daily.
Cosmetics that nourish the skin will saturate the cells with essential vitamins and minerals. The result is a smoother complexion and a fresher appearance.
For a man's body care, daily washing with shower gel is enough. Frequent use of toilet soap can dry out your skin, leading to flaking and cracking. And, of course, in no case should you neglect a deodorant.
Particular attention in men's body care should be given to the hands. Harmful working conditions and rough work often cause blisters and cracks. Before you start working with harmful chemicals, you should lubricate the brushes with a special gel-textured cream, which will create a protective layer on the skin. An intense nourishing hand cream can be used before bed.
A man's manicure does not require as much time and effort as a woman's. However, simply trimming your nails with scissors is not enough. To prevent them from clinging and exfoliating, you need to use a nail file. Nail tweezers will help to remove rough rollers at the base of the nails. Since men's manicure is done without varnish, to give it a complete look, you can polish your nails with a special bar.