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Men’s Guide for Picking the Right Cleanser for Face and BodyMen’s Guide for Picking the Right Cleanser for Face and Body

Although many men prefer to keep things simple when it comes to skincare, overlooking the type of cleanser you use can compromise a clean, healthy and attractive complexion. We offer our top cleansing picks – formulated just for guys – to keep your skin in tip-top shape from head to toe.

Men’s Guide to Grooming for a Night OutMen’s Guide to Grooming for a Night Out

Ready for a night on the town? Even the most low-maintenance man wants to look his best - and fortunately, that doesn’t have to mean spending a lot of time, effort or money. Whether you’re embarking on an evening out with friends or a romantic rendezvous with a special someone, learn how to put together an effortless attractive look. Read on for the best grooming techniques, hair products and cologne selections, so you can make smart choices for any occasion.

Anti-Aging Guide to Skin-Healthy Foods: Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Youthful SkinAnti-Aging Guide to Skin-Healthy Foods: Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Youthful Skin

As we age, eating a well-balanced diet becomes increasingly important for a number of reasons. From disease prevention to staving off wrinkles and other signs of aging, a diet rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory foods can help you glow from head to toe with healthy skin for years to come. Here are some simple tips for nourishing your body and skin.

Men's Guide to Healthy, Hydrated SkinMen's Guide to Healthy, Hydrated Skin

Guys, whether you have a complexion that’s kissably soft or feels like sandpaper, using a daily moisturizer is an essential step toward maintaining healthy, balanced skin. Here’s your go-to guide for picking the best men’s moisturizers, along with expert tips on how to most effectively hydrate from head to toe.

Summer Hair Removal Skincare Guide: Hot Weather Tips for Smooth, Irritation-Free SkinSummer Hair Removal Skincare Guide: Hot Weather Tips for Smooth, Irritation-Free Skin

With the summer heat going strong, chances are you want to bare some skin. But before slipping on your most revealing shorts, skirts and tank tops, take a few steps to ensure skin that’s smooth, soft and free of irritation. With this guide, you can eliminate all of your unwanted body hair while avoiding unsightly side affects like razor burn, rashes and ingrown hairs.

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FAQs

Q: I’m a busy dad of three with a demanding job that leaves little extra time getting ready in the morning. Can you recommend a few products that can simplify my regimen?

A: Thankfully, the growing market of men’s skincare brands understands that most men don’t have time for a fussy skincare routine. That’s why you’ll find a number of multitasking formulas that can streamline your regimen. To keep things simple, use a basic facial cleanser in the shower. Then, as soon as you step out, apply a powerful 3-in-1 multi-tasker like Anthony Logistics Facial Moisturizer SPF 15, which blankets skin hydration, SPF protection and age-fighting ingredients.

Q: My wife complains that my face feels like sandpaper and it hurts when she kisses my cheeks. What can I do to soften the skin on my face?

A: It sounds like you may have a parched complexion. If you’re like many men, you may skip the essential step of a daily moisturizer. Start applying a daily hydrator – like Jack Black Double-Duty Face Moisturizer SPF 20 – immediately after showering or washing your face. Also, using an exfoliating scrub from time to time can help slough away the dead skin and other impurities that build up on the surface of your complexion, revealing fresher, smoother and more kissably soft skin underneath.

Q. Is there really a difference between my body wash and the one my wife uses?

A. Usually, aside from any special ingredients to target specific skin challenges such as dryness or acne, the most common difference between men’s and women’s body washes is the scent. Look at the package and see if it contains the right blend of ingredients to suit your skin. If you don’t mind the scent and it agrees with your skin, then there’s no reason not to share.

Q: How often should I change my razor blade?

A: Nailing down a specific lifespan for your razor blade really depends on your hair type and your razor blade. According to Glamour blog Lipstick, most people change their razor blades about every month or so but you may need to change your sooner if it stops working as effectively. When it comes to razors, it’s better to toss it and be safe than leave it and risk razor burn or an infection.




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