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5 Basic Skincare Tips for Men

Here are some grooming tips for men

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Here are some basic steps for men to follow for a healthy, glowing skin. Pixabay

Stuck at home with plenty of time on your hands? Well, it might be the perfect opportunity to indulge in some vanity. This is a lifestyle article.

Even though men today have started understanding the importance of a skincare, yet most men still have a long way to go before they incorporate a regular nurturing skin care regimen. Pooja Nagdev, Founder – Inatur, lists five basic steps for men to follow for a healthy, glowing skin.

Start the day in the morning with cleansing, toning and moisturising.

Apply high SPF Sun lotion every time you step out. Taking care of skin is a combination of nurturance and defence. Apply a high SPF sunscreen is very important.

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Men need to moisturize their skin. Pixabay

Moisturise and replenish every week. Everyday our skin is under attack from damaging radicals that break down skin elastin and natural supply of collagen and hence causing skin damage and premature ageing. For nourishment one has to feed the skin through masks and moisturisers.

Use the products that are meant for your skin type. How we treat our skin depends on the skin types. Most of us are probably aware of the different skin types normal, dry, oily, acne prone or combination skin.

Dry skin is low on moisture. Those with dry skin should avoid harsh products, always use cream-based face cleansers and never go to bed without a nourishing night cream or a facial oil.

Oily skin is smoother in texture as it carries more sebum. This sebum also keeps skin from wrinkling but it also leads to blackheads and whiteheads. Cleanse two to three times daily and scrub on alternate days. Use an oil free moisturiser is a must to normalise the sebum production. Always remember to use a good astringent or a toner to close the open pores.

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Shaving with care is very important for men. Pixabay

Combination skin has some areas that are dry and some oily. Identify the areas that have more sebum production. Use the products sparingly there and use higher emollient ingredients.

Those with a normal skin are blessed and rarely have eruptions in their face. It can only happen during stress, lack of sleep or dietary alterations. If you have normal skin use a cream-based cleanser, scrub, toner and moisturiser.

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Shave with care. Spend more than five minutes in shaving. Take time as haste often results in stinging cuts and a need to redo shave again. Always shave in one direction. Choose one way and stick with it. Apply a good after-shave lotion to help tighten open pores.

Also spend some time by applying a face mask, this rejuvenates and relaxes the skin and makes you both feel and look good. (IANS)

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All You Need to Know About Gender Parity

Are we any closer to parity in gender pay scales

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Gender parity for women has an economic as well as social impact in a country like India. Pixabay

As part of its commitment to diversity and inclusion, gender equality and corporate transparency, global retail major RB has recently issued reports on gender pay in its top five markets around the globe, including India in the companys first global Gender Pay Report.

Gender parity for women has an economic as well as social impact in a country like India. Achieving gender equality in India would have a larger economic impact there than in any other region in the world-$700 billion of added GDP in 2025-but comprehensive change is needed, said a report by McKinsey in November 2015.

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Gender equality and corporate transparency, global retail major RB has recently issued reports on gender parity in its top five markets around the globe, including India in the companys first global Gender Pay Report. Pixabay

Ranjay Radhakrishnan, Chief Human Resources Officer, commented: “In 2019, we promised to go beyond what was legally required for gender pay reporting. Today, I’m proud to say that we have delivered on that commitment, issuing our first global Gender Pay Report covering our five largest markets and representing nearly 50 percent of our global employees. It is clear that RB needs to better reflect our consumers and the profile of the markets we operate in. We recognise there is more to do to achieve our ambition of increasing the number of women in senior management positions to 40 percent by 2022.”

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As one of the first FTSE 100 companies to go beyond the UK’s gender pay disclosure requirements, RB’s 2019 report covers the US, the UK, China, India and Mexico, which represents nearly 50percent of RB’s global employees. RB’s global ambition is to double the numbers of women in senior management positions to 40 percent by 2022, from a 2016 baseline of 20 percent. In 2019, 26 percent of RB’s senior management positions globally were held by women.

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Other than the traditional corporate houses, the United Nations has its corporate gender equality evaluations in the UN system that aims to inform the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and Quadrennial Comprehensive Policy Review by providing evidence on what works and what does not work in mainstreaming gender equality in UN entities. (IANS)