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We guarantee you'll love 'em or your money back. Today's man knows that the best skincare routine leads to better shaves and more comfortable, healthy and attractive skin. A superior option to hairy bar soaps, the best men's facial cleansers keep mugs clean, healthy, soft and smiling. Since nobody likes a dry, flaky or wrinkly face, it's essential for men to use a great moisturizer daily. Since dead skin, clogged pores and ingrown hairs don't remove themselves, men need help from first-rate face scrubs and exfoliators.
But the reality of skincare lies somewhere in between. Thanks to the sheer volume of product options, skincare can be daunting at best and confusing at worst. Well they, and you, should care. Good skincare is one of the most powerful tools we have against most of the common issues men face on their faces: acne, wrinkles, even sun damage. Effective skincare takes more than just washing your face with whatever soap you have lying around and hoping for the best. That might feel good on your body, but that same feeling on your face is actually bad. Instead, use a specific facial cleanser that contains moisturizing ingredients, but still has a dose of salicylic acid and maybe even witch hazel to gently control oil. Use it twice a day morning and night. Dark circles?
There is a reason skincare products are made for your face. Facial skin, while technically part of the same organ, requires a little more care. Skincare products can address any of the issues you hope to prevent or control much better than your bar soap. But not all are created equal. Start simple, with a good cleanser and moisturizer, and work your way up from there. As for what to use? Daily moisturizer can make you look like an oil slick, so opt for a matte product like Ernest by Ernest Supplies Matte Face Moisturizer. This cream is thicker than your daytime moisturizer, which means it helps protect and hydrate your skin all through the night and contains hyaluronic acid to help moisturize your skin cells from within. Get you a face product that can do both. This milky concoction clarifies and balances your skin like a toner, but moisturizes and protects like a moisturizer.