The #1 problem in men’s skin care can be summed up in one word: neglect. That’s right, guys, skin care is not just a girl thing.
Use a manual razor with a single blade. The closer you shave, the more likely you are to have those hairs curling below the surface of your skin resulting in razor bumps and infected hairs. Also, shave in the shower and use a good lubricating shave cream or gel. When your face is very wet there’s less friction, that means less chance for razor burn. Also be sure to shave in the direction your hair grows. And after shaving, be sure to moisturize.
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Men, don’t ignore us. UVA and UVB rays are dangerous. Use sunscreen. When you’re in your 20s and 30s, you are usually very active, participating in a number of outdoor activities. Most men in this age group pay little attention to the need for sunscreen. It doesn’t matter if you’re young – you’ll pay the price – some of you sooner than later.
As you age, you’ll find that even your hair is thinning and your scalp is exposed to those damaging rays of the sun. Wear a hat! More men than women are seen for precancerous conditions of the scalp for this reason. Taking a few minor steps can prevent major skin concerns in your future.Request Consultation
Laser Hair Removal
For those who enjoy an active lifestyle, laser hair removal can aid in such sports as swimming, cycling, bodybuilding or any other sport where hair might get in the way. Laser hair removal is for everyone who wants a smoother, more attractive appearance on just about any part of the body. Call or email today for a free consultation.Request Consultation
This can be a problem for many reasons, but most men find this to be a real problem in the winter. This is due to decreased humidity in the air. All that time inside heated office buildings and homes can really take its toll. If you can, run a humidifier inside your home, and if you’re the boss, do so at work too. People will thank you!
Be sure to increase your water intake. Don’t allow yourself to be dehydrated.
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