It’s been said, that the modern man can let his grooming regime slip as soon as he has found the woman of his dreams. Whether this statement reigns true or not in your relationship, there are some undeniable benefits that your man can reap from using beauty products. So before your partner becomes unrecognisable under a jungle of hair, what are some of the grooming tips you can teach him?
It’s All About the Face
Let’s face it. Sometimes soap and water just isn’t enough. In fact, the common shower soap that he’s using to wash his face is likely doing more damage than good, by stripping the skin of the natural oils. To give his skin a healthy glow, a daily cleanser is sure to not only revitalise the skin, but eliminate any unwanted dirt and oil. Handy Hint: Applying a non-scented moisturising cream after the morning cleanse will moisturise and protect the skin. This 30 second process will be valuable to the elasticity of his skin and how his skin ages.
A Good Head of Hair
If your man has facial hair growing at different rates, doing a regular trim can transform him from a caveman to dapper gentleman in a matter of minutes. To do this in a cost-effective manner, using a cordless shave for facial, chest and body hair is recommended. Handy Hint: In order to reduce the risk of hair thinning, make sure you don’t over-wash your hair. Doing this will lose all the nutrients in your hair causing dryness and thinning. Nevertheless, if your man’s hair is slowly receding, visit Transitions Hair to find the effective solution to revitalise those locks.
Exfoliating may seem like more of a ritual for her, however the effects of scrubbing can be highly beneficial for him. Removing dead skin cells by exfoliating will encourage new skin growth, prevent breakouts, even-out the tone of his skin, fight the signs of aging, and allow him to get a closer shave.
When choosing which products to use, it’s best to opt for the more natural ones. Cheap shower gels and body products are usually filled with unnatural chemicals and toxins including Sodium lauryl sulfate – a common (and harsh) ingredient in most supermarket brand body products and heavy duty cleaning products.
Did someone Say Pedicure?
If you were to ask your girlfriends what feature they find most attractive in men, hands and feet would most likely not make the cut. These body parts are a potential hub for a variety of different bacteria. The benefit of getting a pedicure on a fortnightly basis isn’t just an excuse for the both of you to get pampered, it’s also an efficient way to exfoliate and remove dead skin. Handy Hint: Soaking your feet in essential oils will create an antibacterial defence as well as eliminate disgusting foot odour!
Now that you’re well-versed in regards to your man’s daily men-tenance, do you have other important grooming tips? If you do, feel free to comment below.