If you are a guy and you don’t have a skincare routine, well, it's about time you start one! Let’s graduate from those (most likely harmful) 3-in-1 products and start investing in quality products that will actually benefit your skin. Here are the top reasons why you should amp up your skincare routine!
1. Prevents Ingrown Hairs
We all hate those painful inflamed bumps that we get from after shaving. They do not look good and they certainly do not feel good. Did you know that there's one easy solution to this problem? Exfoliation. After cleansing your skin with a facial wash, take an exfoliator and scrub away all of the built up dirt and dead skin cells clogging your pores. Use an exfoliator 1-3 times a week and you will get a closer shave and less ingrown hairs!
2. Keeps You Looking Fresh
Regular care through a skincare routine can prevent acne and blackheads. Clear skin? Who doesn’t want that? You only need 3 simple steps: cleansing, exfoliating, and moisturizing. Cleansing will take care of all the gross things that clog your pores and cause acne. Exfoliating does the heavy duty work by removing all of the built up grime lingering on your skin. And last but not least, moisturizing locks all your hard work in by hydrating your skin and creating a barrier to shield you from skin pollutants.
We could all use a reason to pause the constant chatter going on in our heads. A day and night skincare routine could be that perfect solution. Taking 5-10 minutes out of your day to take care of your skin will not only make your skin look fresh, but also make you feel amazing. You’d be surprised on how taking that little bit of time for yourself everyday can make a huge difference in how you feel. It is a great pick-me-up and an easy way to destress before your day starts and after it ends.
Skincare is easy to do and hard to mess up. Just keep it simple and look forward to looking and feeling fresh AF.
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— Carrie Kuang