Men tend to leave their skincare until they start to notice the visible signs of ageing. Men are fortunate in that the signs of ageing is often noticed later in life as they have thicker skin, more collagen density and more natural moisture but ageing starts a long time before it's visible on the surface of the face, so there is no time to be complacent.
Here are some tips to make sure that your skin continues looking great all through your life.
Start the process early
If you ever take a peek at your sister, mum’s, girlfriend or partners cabinet you'll notice that even young women start using face cream, body moisturisers and skin care products with anti-ageing ingredients from their 20s or even earlier. This is a great idea for men as well, as it helps to ensure that you build a good habit of skincare from a young age and can help stave off the earliest free radical damage for as long as possible.
Use SPF religiously
It is easy to forget how much sun exposure you get all through the year. Damage from the sun is one of the leading causes of skin damage, not to mention also putting you at a higher risk of skin cancer as you age. The formulas of sunscreens have improved a lot over the last few decades and are no longer the thick and greasy lotions you might remember from childhood.
Choose the right skincare products
Choose a product from a range of men's moisturisers like Men's Botanics, these are made for men and are formulated to have the maximum impact on men's skin. If you not confident in choosing products by yourself or it‘s the first time buying skincare, don’t worry, just start with the basics, start with a Men’s Face Cream and a Men’s Face Wash (soap free- Cream based!) you can’t go wrong.
Taking time to develop a skin routine when you are younger can help you have great looking skin through your life. Choosing products from a Natural Skin Care line that specialises in skincare for men also ensures you'll get the right products to nourish and protect your skin the healthy way.
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