Men's skin is oilier than women’s skin. So, cleaning it twice a day with a good quality cleanser or face wash will help remove excess oil and cleanse the pores.
Men's skin tends to be thicker and tougher than a woman's skin. Double cleansing it with toner will help restore the skin’s ph level and reduce the risk of ingrown hairs after shaving.
Men should go for deep exfoliation 2-3 times a week. It will help remove dead skin cells and bring out the natural glow from within.
Use a lightweight moisturizer with SPF 15. It will help hydrate your skin, delay aging signs to appear, and heal your skin, especially if you have been under the sun too long.
Wear a minimum of SPF 30 or more for at least 30 minutes before heading outdoors. Don’t miss to reapply it after every 2 hours when in the sun.
Guard your lips against harmful UV rays by using a lip balm with SPF.
Don't shave every day in summer. Give your skin a break from daily shaving, allowing it to heal and repair itself.
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Use a natural aftershave or nourishing oils to reduce the sensitivity to the sun. it will help you get an even complexion
Use an anti-bacterial body wash for bathing and apply a herbal powder afterward. Also, don't ditch your regular deodorant once you are dressed up.
Needless to say, drink a lot of water to hydrate your skin and flush out impurities from your body.
Avoid deep-fried food as they slow down the digestion process. Add leafy vegetables, avocados, berries, almonds, apricots, pulses, yogurt, and salmon in the diet for a glowing skin.