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4 Steps and You can avoid common Skincare Mistakes that most Guys make!

Always use sun protection. Make it a part of your routine - right after your moisturiser. Choose a sunscreen rated SPF 15 or higher

New Delhi, Dec 31, 2016: Avoid common skincare mistakes that most guys make by skipping foaming shave cream and saying no to one soap bar for everything, says an expert.

Josh Meyer, co-founder and CEO of Brickell Men’s Products (mens skin care and grooming brand), pointed out a few mistakes and ways to fix them:

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*One soap for everything: Face skin is the most sensitive and has unique skincare needs. Washing your body and face with the same soap is not a good idea.

Start by using a natural face wash for men with organic ingredients. A face wash with activated charcoal is a good option. It removes bacteria and dirt without harsh chemicals that can cause long term damage to your skin.

Ditch your old soap bar and go with a natural soap bar or body wash for men instead.

*Your shave routine might cause skin irritation: Foaming shave cream is no good for your skin. It does a poor job of protecting your skin and lubricating your razor. The air bubbles that you call foam do almost nothing to keep your face irritation-free.

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Upgrade to a lotion based no-foam shave cream for men instead. You will notice the difference immediately. Using a high-quality shave cream means less redness, fewer ingrown hairs, and minimal skin irritation or itchiness.

Always finish up with a natural aftershave. It should not contain alcohol. So pick up an aftershave with healing, calming ingredients instead.

*Using face wash for men twice daily is essential: But that doesn’t mean that face moisturiser for men isn’t just as important. Most men should be using moisturiser every time they wash their faces.

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*Not using an SPF: Many factors can lead to dry skin, but the sun is by far the number one offender.

Always use sun protection. Make it a part of your routine – right after your moisturiser. Choose a sunscreen rated SPF 15 or higher. (IANS)

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