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As part of the Grooming Revolution at Mankind this January, we want to get everyone involved in skin care. With such a huge range of men’s skin care products on the market, finding what’s right for you can feel like a daunting task. Whether you’re a complete beginner looking for a place to start, or you’re more experienced and looking to beef up your collection without breaking the bank, you won’t do much better than Bulldog.
Bulldog’s range of men’s skin care products are great quality, favoured by skin care veterans and newcomers alike. If you’re already familiar with the brand, you’ll also know that you can buy a range of their products without breaking the bank. This is a huge advantage, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the products that work best for you.
The products at the core of any skin care regime should be the face wash and moisturiser. Removing dirt and grease keeps your skin clean and reduces the likelihood of blemishes arising, but it comes with downsides. The process carries the risk of stripping some of the moisture and nutrients which your skin needs to stay healthy. It also leaves the skin unprotected and increases the long term risks of outbreaks. For this reason, your moisturiser is just as crucial as your face wash.
Once you’ve got the face wash and moisturiser down, next on your list should be an exfoliating scrub. Removing dead skin and deep-lying dirt, exfoliation between washing and moisturising 2-3 times a week will brighten your complexion.
Some might easily find a skin care product that fits first-time. For many, though, it’ll be best to try a few types to see which works best for you. In addition, it’s fairly common for your skin to behave differently depending on all kinds of factors – lifestyle, diet, and season being the most common. Products which are designed to combat the problems faced by particular skin types or specific skin issues are the next thing you should consider.
If you have an oily skin type, it will be difficult to strike a balance between replenishing moisture after washing, and leaving your skin excessively greasy. Specialised moisturisers for oily skin offer a great solution to this.
Similarly, for certain people, many skin care products might run the risk of leaving your skin inflamed and prone to breakouts. If this applies to you, checking out products designed for sensitive skin should be a top priority.
Another crucial element to a skincare routine is to reduce the skin irritation, redness, and outbreaks of spots and blemishes that are all commonly brought on by shaving. For this reason, we should all be aiming to use a protective, moisturising shaving product. Post-shave balms can be used to soothe any irritation that does occur, and reduce inflammation and blemishes. For those of you that stick with a beardy look, using the right products to soften and style your facial hair is another effective way to keep your skin looking great.
Bulldog Skin care for Men design products which use natural ingredients to cater to a massive range of skin care needs. All their products are cruelty-free and vegan. Take a look at the full range.
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