Men also take care of their skin, and that doesn't mean that you (or you boo) have to buy a huge amount of products to do so. Male beauty taboos can (and should) be broken, because the important thing is to feel good! Just like women, men also have dark circles, expression marks, spots, pimples, among other imperfections on the face so we have some tips for your skin game to be on fleek:
Choose a moisturizer for your skin type and don't leave home without it. Good hydration is essential to maintain healthy skin and delay the appearance of wrinkles.
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ALWAYS APPLY AFTER SHAVE LOTION
Always apply an aftershave product to soothe the skin and help restore hydration and the natural barrier against external aggressions. Remember that the skin is irritated by the movements of the blade, and some shaving foams damage the skin's hydrolipidic barrier, leaving it dehydrated and uncomfortable.
USE MASKS AND EXFOLIANTS
Make sure to also include masks and face scrubs to your routine and use them every week. Exfoliators help remove dead cells and impurities, allowing creams to penetrate the skin better, while masks give you deeper hydration. In addition, they leave your skin more pleasant to the touch.
DON'T FORGET THE BEARD
Beard Oils are an excellent option to moisturize your beard, promoting the right shiny hair and strength for longer beards. Ayele’s Beard Oil is responsible for moisturizing your beard, bringing it to life through the natural extracts contained in it.
Don't skimp on skin care, as just a few products can go a long way! If you need more in-depth help when choosing the right products for your skin, do not hesitate to make a consultation. Our specialized team will be delighted to help you find the products that are right for you.
Apr 08, 2020
How dare you forget about the importance of serums?! Don’t leave us out of the fabulosity of SUNFLOWER SERUMS! disgruntled hairflip.
Feb 24, 2020
And this is why I love your brand! You also target the male audience! I also love the term “expression marks” rather than wrinkles, it takes the negativity of them away. Yes we should fight expression marks but if you have them just soften them and let them tell a story