Skin Care for Men
Although men traditionally spend less time caring for their skin than women do, their skin needs should not be ignored. Skin care for men includes moisturizing, cleansing, shaving and more.
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Does aftershave moisturize my skin?
Does shaving cream moisturize my skin?
How can I cleanse my skin without drying it out?
How are men's body cleansers different from women's body cleansers?
How are men's facial cleansers different from women's facial cleansers?
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Goatees have been growing on faces for, well, a long time. So has their time come and gone, or are they more popular than ever?
It's rare but you could find some of those tiny bugs crawling around in your beard. So how did they get there and how you get rid of them?
Hairy humans have been obsessing over the coarse matter of shaving for decades. So does the time-honored razor ritual make for thicker, gleaming, streaming hair?
You probably don't pay much attention to them, but your feet work hard for you, even if you neglect them when it comes to daily hygiene. But isn't washing them good enough? Or does it take more to keep your feet healthy, like using moisturizer?
We all want clean skin, but choosing a product that won't leave it dry and flaky is easier said than done. Get ready to change not only the products you use to cleanse yourself, but also your cleansing routine.
You're showered, freshly shaven and about to splash on your signature fragrance -- and its signature sting from the alcohol it contains. But what does that mean for your skin and its delicate moisture balance?
Whether used on your face or legs, shaving cream helps to reduce friction between your skin and the razor. It minimizes razor burn, and the warm water you use helps open pores and soften stubble. But does shaving cream moisturize your skin as it claims?
The differences between men and women extend beyond physical size. In fact, our very skins are different -- and they have unique needs. So how do men's and women's skin differ, and how do our moisturizers take this into account?
By Tom Scheve
If we can learn nothing more from a walk down the personal care aisles at the pharmacy, we'd learn that men and women need different skin-care products. Or do they? Are there really gender-specific needs for something as universal as moisturizer?
Does dry skin really chap your hide? It's no wonder, considering all we put it through. Harsh weather conditions, improper care and other habits can lead to problems. But before experiencing any pain, itchiness or tightness, take these steps to be a friend to your skin.
Men have tougher skins than women, but this comes at a price -- oil. How do men deal with oily skin without looking like a greaseball?
By Dave Roos
Itchy, burning, irritated skin can bring the toughest dude to his knees if he uses the wrong moisturizer. Luckily, the right ingredients can help clear that up -- if he knows what to look for.
By Dave Roos
Nobody wants dry, itchy skin -- not even manly men. But will lathering up with moisturizer strike a blow to your masculinity? And how can you find a product that does the job without making you smell like a bouquet of roses?
By Mark Boyer
Unlike bar soap from days gone by, today's body cleansers promise to moisturize, deodorize and prevent skin problems. But do the ingredients of body cleansers made for men versus those made for women make a difference, or are these cleansers unisex?
Think the only difference between men's and women's facial cleansers is the packaging? Think again. Men have tougher, oilier skin and need a special formulation to help them take care of the body's largest organ. So just what makes one product different from the other?
Skin care for men is all the rage lately. But you hardly know what exfoliation is -- and you certainly don't know when you should do it. Never fear. We'll guide you across the skin care landscape.
By Thomas Moore
Sad, but true: Men don't take care of their faces as well as they should. They may wash too often, too little or at the wrong time. Luckily, we have some tips designed to help them out.
Shaving can be a hazardous activity if you don't do it right. Acne and assorted razor burns and bumps are among the unwanted results. Washing your face can have an influence -- but how?
The first step to a healthy complexion is proper cleansing. But that bar of soap on the sink may not be the best thing for a man wanting a healthy, handsome glow.
Although a lot of effort goes into clearing up acne on your face, the back and chest are other areas that might need attention. What should men look for to treat body acne?
Most men don't look forward to waking up in the morning and shaving. For some, it can be a painful and sometimes bloody process. But if you have sensitive skin, there are ways around the cuts and nicks.
While aftershave is a relatively new product, it's made a lot of strides. You can find all-natural products or aftershave made for sensitive skin. But what kind of chemicals may be wreaking havoc on your face?
Shaving has been happening for tens of thousands of years. While it's moved beyond using rocks and shells, there are still some dangers that lurk around. Besides cuts and razor burn, you also have to think about harsh chemicals.
Baby oil is inexpensive, and just a little of it goes a long way. In a pinch, you can slather some on in place of shaving cream. So, why not use it all the time?
By Jeff Harder
Unless you're growing a full beard, shaving is undoubtedly part of your routine. Fortunately, there's no right or wrong way to shave. Whatever works for your skin is what's right, but there are a few tricks to making shaving a less irritating experience.