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Fresh Skin Survival Guide For Men

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Let’s face facts. More often than not, summer months and increased temperatures equals innumerable skin woes. Skincare is for everyone and there is plenty men can do to look their freshest best. Recharge your tired, weary skin into one that is ready to take a tan.

Back to basics

For starters, instead of scrubbing away with your regular shower gel, use a face wash on your face. Try a gel or foam for normal to oily skin and a crème cleanser for dry skin. We recommend Nivea Men Oil Control All In One Face Wash Pumpand Brahma Bull Face Cleansing Gel(100gm). It’s also a good idea to invest in a gentle scrub like L’Oreal Paris White Perfect Scrub to exfoliate at least once a week to slough off dead, dull surface cells. Finally, get into the habit of using a sunscreen like Fade Out Brightening Moisturiser For Men SPF 25 + 50% Extra Free(75ml), more so at this time of year to create a barrier against pollution.
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Sun protection

The sun ain’t no joke and only your sunnies won’t help. Take note  - In a country where rays fall stark and pollution takes over, wearing sunscreen ALL YEAR ROUND is the wisest decision you can make. A sunscreen like Innisfree Forest For Men No Sebum Sunblock SPF 50+ PA+++. You’ll thank us later.

Stay fit

Just because summer days are a whirlwind of heat doesn’t mean you should stop working out. Some form of workout, gym sessions or even a brisk morning walk are necessary especially if you want glowing, healthy skin. Refresh yourself with a shower using Nivea Pure Impact Shower Gel For Men
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Drink up
Nothing saps your skin like lack of moisture. You need to hydrate yourself as air turns hotter this time of year. “Start your day with a couple of glasses of warm water with a dash of lemon juice to cleanse the system,” advises Dr Methil, adding that it’s important to drink at least two liters of water daily. “Adequate hydration will ensure that your face and under-eye area don’t get puffy, a common side effect of water retention,” she says.
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