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Keeping Your Skin Clean – Skincare Tips For Men

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Men have oilier skin than women. This calls for a more rigorous cleansing regime to keep skin pores clog free. Scrub your face and neck with a natural facial scrub to remove dead cells. Next, use a natural face wash to remove remnant dirt deposits. Avoid using body soaps. Finally, apply a moisturizer like vit E or aloe vera oil, preferably after shaving, to rehydrate your skin.

Did you know that men’s skin is oilier than women’s skin? That is a fact gentlemen, and this means dirtier faces. So as you see men have even more need to take proper care of their skin by cleaning it every morning and night.

We are not talking about using body soap to fast clean it, we are talking about deep cleansing here. After finishing a deep skin cleansing session, you will look better, healthier, and your pores will be clear.

Choosing The Right Kind Of Product

When choosing a cleansing product, you should go, if possible, for natural products, or products based in natural ingredients. Try to avoid chemical-based cleansers.

I also mentioned body soaps before; body soaps are deodorant soaps and you shouldn’t use them on your face. They contain ingredients that are not meant to use on the face and leave a detergent film behind, irritating and clogging your pores.

For deep cleansing, you will also need a facial scrub, a scrub will get rid of dead cells on the top layers of the skin and will smooth the surface of your face. Be careful not to use a scrub that will damage your skin because it is too strong.

Avoid the ones that contains rough ingredients, because at the end they will damage your skin. If you feel your skin damaged after using it, change it immediately.

Moisturizing Is A Must

Once your skin is all clean, remember to moisturize it with also a natural option. If you shave, do it first, before applying the moisturizer and don’t forget to apply the cream also on your neck. We tend to forget the neck, and it is often as damaged as the skin on your face.

Your choice of moisturizer depends on your skin type, so my advice would be to get to know your skin well before buying anything and then go from there. For example, if you need intensive moisturizing, you should use Vitamin E or Aloe Vera Oil.

As you see cleaning the face is very important, but at the same time it is very easy, just add a couple of minutes to your daily morning ritual and you will surely look great for years to come.

Layla Fayyad

Layla Fayyad, founder, president of Visage de Layla, is an internationally recognized skincare expert and Motivational Therapist. Quoted and featured in Angelino, Allure, LA Times, CBS, FOX, and KTLA, she has more than 30 years experience as an esthetician, spa owner, manufacturer and consultant. As well as being a Healer and Mentor with over 20 years experience, Layla has a Masters in Psychology and is a certified teacher of Kundalini Kriya Yoga. She has also studied Chinese Herbalism and Aryurvedic Medicine. She has mastered many diverse modalities such as Mind-Body Healing, Quantum Touch for Health, Energy Medicine, Quantum Matrix Frequencies and Reconnectivity Healing. Fundamental to this is the Visage de Layla creed which points out that every person's skin is uniquely different.

Layla Fayyad

Layla Fayyad, founder, president of Visage de Layla, is an internationally recognized skincare expert and Motivational Therapist. Quoted and featured in Angelino, Allure, LA Times, CBS, FOX, and KTLA, she has more than 30 years experience as an esthetician, spa owner, manufacturer and consultant. As well as being a Healer and Mentor with over 20 years experience, Layla has a Masters in Psychology and is a certified teacher of Kundalini Kriya Yoga. She has also studied Chinese Herbalism and Aryurvedic Medicine. She has mastered many diverse modalities such as Mind-Body Healing, Quantum Touch for Health, Energy Medicine, Quantum Matrix Frequencies and Reconnectivity Healing. Fundamental to this is the Visage de Layla creed which points out that every person's skin is uniquely different.

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