Skin is not just the biggest, but also one of the most important organs of our body. Therefore it’s important to take good care of our skin as healthy skin is vital for our survival both emotionally and physically.

We are not asking you to fill up your dressing table with expensive eye cream or hard-to-pronounce products, however we do suggest committing to a right skincare regime and adapting these skincare tips that will make you look great and fabulous.

As the title suggests, today we are going to share with you skincare tips for the gentleman.

1. Shaving after shower


Shower steam softens the beard and causes the pores on your face to relax and open up. This gives easier access to the hair follicle and results in much closer shaves, hence making the shaving experience even better.

2. Use a quality razor

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Choose a sharp and clean razor that fits your skin sensitivity and beard coarseness. Remember to check your razor for signs of rust and avoid using the same razor day after day.

3. Use a hydration moisturizer on the shaved area

By applying a moisturizer you can protect your skin and keeping it feeling soft and supple. It also seals in the skin after a nice shave. Those with oily skin prone to breakouts should be using an oil-free moisturizer. Just make sure the moisturizer is alcohol free as alcohol dries up your skin.

4. Cleansing


In essence, there is no male or female skin. Skin is skin. Needs and lifestyles may differ, but the core is the same. Remember to wash your face everyday and we recommend using the Charcoal & Licorice Restoring Face Wash by Scotch Porter because the charcoal acts as a magnet and lifts out all the impurities from your skin.

5. Don’t leave home without sunscreen

Stay forever young by applying sunscreen every single day!

We have all been told the importance of sunscreen from a young age, which is why protection from harsh rays is a must. According to, 80% of skin cancer is found on the nose, so remember to apply to this sensitive sunburn spot.

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