Skin Care Tips For Men@ Reward Me

Oily or Acne-Prone Skin

You might be surprised to know that shaving may help you manage your skin. It’s a great exfoliator, and it not only prevents blackheads and whiteheads, but also removes them. What's just as important though is shaving in a manner that suits your oily or acne-prone skin. Here are some helpful tips:

Tip 1: Wash and hydrate your face and neck before shaving.
A wash or scrub will remove oil, dirt and dead skin cells that can block your razor's path and prevent a smooth glide, while hydrating in warm water for at least three minutes will soften facial hair, making it easier to cut.

Tip 2: Choose a shave gel designed to remove dirt and oil.
An example of this type of shave gel is Gillette Series Shave Gel .

Tip 3: Go easy.
Use light, gentle strokes when shaving. This is especially important over areas of your face that are flared up. Ultimately, the razor should do the work, not you.


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Tip 4: Apply a light, non-comedogenic moisturiser after shaving.
Doing so will help ensure your skin does not overcompensate for the dryness by producing more oil. Plus, the non-comedogenic moisturiser won't clog your pores. Which is a good thing because clogged pores can lead to breakouts.

Tip 5: Wash your face at night.
Use a soap-free wash to remove the daily build-up of oil.

Click here to read a step by step tutorial on how to shave for acne prone skin.

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