One of the most difficult things when putting together an ensemble can be your shoes. There are so many types out there, and many men mistakenly think that just because shoes are black they can go with any level of formality.
When we think of skin care, we typically think it’s for women. In all honesty, it’s not. A man has to take care of himself just as much, if not more, than a woman.
We are commonly exposed to more dirt, more chemicals, and hazardous materials due to the nature of our work. Most men often don’t realize how much harm is being done until it’s too late. One day they look in the mirror and realize they look like they are twenty years older than they really are.
This can be a big problem, because sadly agism is a real thing. You don’t want to lose out on the job or that girl just because you didn’t take care of your skin.
Once the damage is done, it’s too late – but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to prevent more damage from happening right now.
On this episode of the Real Men Real Style podcast, Antonio discusses the 7 skin care mistakes that most men make. Download this episode now to learn what you can do to start taking care of yourself and stay the best looking guy in the room.
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7 Men's Skin Care Mistakes:
- Using dirty fingers to pop pimples.
- Not going to an Esthetician.
- Not wearing sun block.
- Having a cleaning routine.
- The importance of diet.
- Wash your pillowcase and sheets often.
- Go see a dermatologist.
- Most men don’t take enough effort to take care of their skin.
- Agism is real.
- When you pop a pimple you are pushing germs back into a pimple.
- Use a cold compress on pimples for 3-5 minutes.
- Cotton swabs can be use to drain pimples.
- 1-2% salicylic acid products help open the pores.
- Estheticians are readily available to treat your skin.
- Find a high zinc sunscreen (15-20%).
- Zinc helps protect UVA and UVB rays.
- A facial cleansing routine is important – especially at night.
- Routines will help you find the right product for you.
- Your bad skin may cause by the foods you are eating.
- Wash your pillowcase weekly.
- A dermatologist should be seen at least once a year.
- Detecting problems early is your best bet.
You have to take care of yourself early, before it’s too late and you look older than you really are.