Not everyone has time to do extensive skincare routines, but it’s important that no matter who you are or your age, it’s good to look after your skin as best you can. Here are some fuss-free tips to look after your skin.
Drink Plenty Of Water
Water is the number one recommendation when it comes to keeping your skin in top shape. We all need plenty of hydration throughout the day, so ensure that you have a bottle of water with you when you’re on the go and aim to drink around seven pints per day if possible. That’s not always realistic, especially when you have a job that is restrictive on toilet opportunities. However, if you can’t drink enough during the day, make up for it in the evening.
Keep It Trim
When it comes to your facial hair and the hair on your head, it’s good to keep it trim and neat. Too much hair that’s not well groomed will end up causing problems like dandruff and blocked pores, which can lead to spots and blackheads forming. You also don’t want any bits of food or liquid residing in your beard or mustache, so keep yourself booked in for regular hair cuts and trim or shave your facial hair on a regular basis. It’s good to find yourself a barber that you can trust so shop around until you find one that can provide what you need. They may also be able to give you tips on how to look after it when you’re at home.
Use Products For Your Facial Hair
Moisturisers are good for your skin, but many individuals with facial hair will often forget to treat the hair with products too. Use products like a beard oil every day to keep the follicles of your hair soft and well moisturised. It’ll also help keep the beard clean and smelling fresh. There are plenty of oils, creams, and sprays available, so it’s all about finding the type of product that works best for you and that you find comfortable applying to your facial hair.
Take A Hot Shower Or Bath To Clean Out Pores
Every so often, it’s good to exfoliate your skin, and the best way to do this is to take a hot shower or bath so that you can open up those pores. If removing hair, it’s always useful to wash the area with warm water so that it softens the hair and again, opens up the pores. Exfoliating your skin while in the bath or shower is good to do, but you can also do it after you’ve gotten out. Scrubs are great, but there are also acids that are now migrating from facial creams and other products to body creams and oils.
With these relatively fuss-free tips, you’ll definitely notice a difference in your skin by just making these small changes or additions to your everyday routine. Your skin will thank you for it later on in life when the lack of collagen in your skin begins to fade!