March 6, 2013
You might have been attracted to your guy's tough, rugged look when you first met, but if you're ready to see him in a whole new light, certain skin care products need to become your (or his) best friend. It may be hard to convince your guy to start using specific men products, especially if he prides himself on being a manly-man, but explaining what certain tricks and tips matter might be key in him listening. Ask Men recently discussed the top ways for your guy to improve his skin, and even if he doesn't like what it takes to transform, he's sure to be OK with the added touches and kisses he'll get because of it.
Sure, your guy might be comfortable with that old Bic throwaway razor, but the item is doing nothing for his skin's health. The experts at the news source recommend men look for a good electric razor to get the job done.
Starting the shaving process with a gel like Elemis Skin Soothe Shave Gel - 150ml might help your guy get a closer shave as well thanks to ingredients like aloe vera and witch hazel.
The second tip your guy needs to live by is to exfoliate his face, neck and even behind his ears every other day to remove dead skin and help unclog pores, the experts report. The Elemis Energizing Skin Scrub 75ml is a great option since this vitamin E based scrub helps remove dead skin, leaving your man with a handsome, glowing complexion.
You could also try to get your guy to use a facial mask for men once a week or so to really improve his look.
He is what he eats
Diet plays a huge part in how well a man or woman's skin looks, so ensuring your beau is eating well might also improve his complexion. Try to entice your guy to eat more fresh salads or hearty vegetables instead of a plate of greasy fries, since fries can actually slow down his circulation, leaving his skin more pale and oily - yuck!
In most instances men and meat go hand in hand, but heavy proteins like steak take a longer time to digest, according to the publication, leaving the body full of toxins. Try to have your guy curb his craving for meat by instead cooking up a batch of eggplant parmesan or another filling option.