Men's Skin Care & Grooming Blog
The first step in tackling redness is to determine what could be causing the problem. Skin redness is much more common than one may think, and with a proper skincare routine in place, you can begin to get rid of it in no time.
One of the worst side effects of shaving is the unexpected ingrown hair: a painful and unsightly bump that takes just about forever to heal! So what are ingrown hairs, and how can you avoid them? We’ll explore the proper shaving routine so that you can avoid those ingrown hairs, shaving pimples, and razor burn for clear and calm skin.
With just a simple, 20 minute face mask a week, your skin will be on its way to happier, calmer, and more vibrant days. Face masks formulated for men's skin can help absorb excess oil, calm puffiness and inflammation, and help treat and prevent acne breakouts and blemishes.
Shaving can drastically impact the male skincare experience. Whether you keep a long beard, or shave daily, keeping up with your grooming and shaving routine requires patience and consistency.
Building a skincare routine from scratch can feel daunting and overwhelming. Beyond selecting the right products, learning the order of when to apply them is also important. For a beginner, you might not know where to start. That’s why we’re providing a step-by-step guide for starting a skincare routine; one that is easy enough for beginners to follow.
We’re kicking off this ingredient series with charcoal because it’s one of the best ingredients for men’s skin care out there. One of the most common skin problems that men deal with is oily skin and enlarged/clogged pores.
Just like the harmful UV rays that can damage your skin while outside, the blue light from your computer screens is also doing invisible harm to your skin.
As is true with so many other parts of your skincare routine, ditching that itch in your beard comes down to making sure that you’re using the right products and paying attention to each step of your regimen.
Some celebrity haircuts are a little too high-maintenance to experiment with just for fun, but the Tom Holland haircut requires only a few extra moments in the morning to style before you walk out the door.
No matter how hard they fight it, most men will experience thinning hair at some point in their lives. It can be tempting to obsess over perceived changes in your hairline; however, knowing the difference between fine hair vs. thin hair can help to save you some stress– if you’re worried about losing your hair, more stress is exactly what you don’t need.
The trick to choosing between the mid fade vs. high fade, or low fade vs. high fade, is to have a vision in mind for what kind of style you want to project after your cut.
Depending on your unique skin type and facial hair, shaving before or after your shower could make a huge difference. Here’s what you should keep in mind.
There isn’t any magic necessary to keeping your shaved head smooth; you’ll just need to remember to treat your head with the same care as you do the rest of your skin.