Blackheads: no one wants them, everyone has them. They emerge at puberty and, like weird ear hair (if you haven’t got it, trust us, it’s coming), they’re a fact of life. That’s not to say you should be resigned to allowing the sweat, oil and other gunk that causes comedones (to use their fancy name) to set up shop in your skin. With the help of a dermatologist and a few grooming products, it’s impossible to minimise and even evict these annoying dots from your face. Here’s how.
Pop quiz hot shot. Could your brows be used to shine your shoes? Are your brows giving your beard a run for its money? Could they pick up satellite TV? If you answered yes to any of those questions, it’s time for serious man maintenance.
The bathing sponge has now become a necessity in this beauty conscious world. A bath sponge not only helps in better cleansing of dirt from our bodies but also exfoliates the skin. Why pay for ‘beauty salons’ when you can get the same clearer skin at home?
Gone are the days when only women did away with unwanted fuzz. Now, hair removal for men is a booming business. More and more people are starting to try it, for many it becomes as ordinary as going to the hairdresser.
To sum it up, the vegan movement is huge, serious, and going nowhere. Over the last few years it’s gone from strength to strength, carving its space as a lifestyle, health, and fitness trend as well as a political movement centred around environmentalism and animal welfare. With beginnings in the world of diet and nutrition, vegan products are starting to crop up in every corner of the market, including beauty, skincare, and grooming. In this blog post, we take you through how to go vegan from a men’s grooming perspective. Check out the basics of vegan skincare and grooming.
The skin around your eyes is the thinnest and needs more attention than you think! One of the most common beauty problems is puffy eyes, which happens when the skin around the eyes begins to swell. It can happen with lack of sleep or tiredness. Here are a few remedies you can follow to fix puffy eyes:
Shaving may sound like a simple skincare routine, but it can be a painful mess if you have troubled skin. Breakouts can make your skin irritated and the thought of running a razor on the broken skin isn’t an ideal situation. So, what can you do? We gathered a few tips that will guide you. Here’s how you should shave if you have acne:
Skin care is important. Period. Nobody likes a sudden acne breakout just before a big meeting or a date. But by adopting a terrific (but basic) skincare ritual, that happens to be just a 5-step guide and it can up your skin health considerably. You don’t need an arsenal of products or spend a bomb; just basic skincare picks that are suitable for your skin type.