Mens Skin Care

Anti Aging Skincare Advice for Men

Posted by on Nov 26, 2014 in Anti Aging, Mens Skin Care | 0 comments

Anti aging used to be an industry just targeting women. It was more of a beauty niche for those who wanted to look and feel great about themselves. Now, men make up a hefty portion of the anti aging industry, and manufacturers have responded with products just for their gender! Anti Aging Skincare for Men Wrinkles don’t just happen to women – men get them, too! And they’re no happier about seeing fine lines around the eyes and mouth than women are. But it’s not a wrinkle issue – skin becomes discolored and blotchy and it gets dry, making a man look much older than his years. Men, just like women, need to watch their skincare regimen as they age. First, you want to start by feeding your skin from the inside out. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals so that your skin cells have a fighting chance. Men generally have to shave their face, so this can be extra harsh on them. You have to maintain supple skin and soften it so that it remains hydrated and plump. There are many skincare products that you can get to complete a skincare regimen for men. Washing your face is a must – whether you’re wearing a three-piece suit to the office or working outside in a labor-intensive job. We all have dead skin cells that need to be sloughed off. Once in awhile you might also want to use an exfoliant. This doesn’t have to be a daily skincare routine, but it can be a few times a week. Cleanse and exfoliate so that you can then apply moisturizers that hydrate and plump up your skin. When you moisturize your skin, make sure you use a separate eye cream and body cream from what you use on the rest of your face. The eye cream is for more delicate areas, and the face creams are more delicate than body creams. You can get an anytime moisturizer or split your regimen up into a day and night routine, depending on how your habits are. Ideally, you’ll wash and moisturize twice a day. In the morning, you’re washing off the dead cells that have appeared during the restoration process overnight. At night, you’re washing off the free radicals you’ve encountered during the day. Make sure you choose the right skincare products for you based on whether or not you have sensitive skin. Choose items that are filled with SPF protection so that if you are outside, you get protection from the sun damage that makes you look older. And choose Retinol as an ingredient in your nighttime skincare products so that it can help repair sun damage done throughout the day. If you apply it in the morning, it can make your skin more sensitive to the sun’s rays. Testosterone Therapy for Men As you age, men start to lose testosterone, which is an important hormone that keeps you youthful and energetic. Luckily, you can...

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