Skincare is not just for ladies, it's for men too!
As women, we also have to be sure that the men in our lives - our husbands, fathers, brothers, cousins, and friends - are taking care of their skin too. Most men are pretty low maintenance. The easiest, simplest yet the most important regimen most men follow is shaving. All they need is to use the perfect razors for men, shaving cream and aftershave lotion to avoid skin irritation and razor burns.
Just like the way we value our skin, skincare for men is also of great importance. We can make them realize the importance of having good and healthy skin; and help them choose the right products for them. It's good that nowadays, men are becoming concerned with their skin's health and look.
The market is loaded with variety of skincare products. It seems that almost every week or every day, a new range of products are being created and introduced by different manufacturers worldwide. Men might not need to buy and fill their cabinets with loads of skincare products, but they need to have the right tools and use the right products for their regimen. They need products specifically formulated for them that suit their skin type and condition.
I always find a clean-shaven face to be more attractive than bearded ones.
My husband's skin care routine is as easy as 1-2-3. Most of the time, he's contented with plain soap and water. He even makes use of a bar of soap as a shaving cream alternative. Creams and lotions are just secondary. But it's good that shaving is part of his routine. Following the basic shaving techniques to remove facial hair is needed to maintain a clean and groomed look. Still, there's more to using a bar of soap, shaving cream and aftershave lotion.
Personal skin care is important to any person - men and women alike. Men have to be the best that they can be no matter what their age is. Better if aside from their basic shaving routing, we can make them follow a daily regimen of cleaning, toning, moisturizing and exfoliating.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for The Art of Shaving, however, all the points and views are my own.