Tuesday, December 05, 2017 07:42 PM


Maybe youve been told mens skin is different from womens skin (hint: its thicker, physically and not necessarily figuratively, and contains more oil glands). Perhaps youve also been advised by a friend, partner or lover that its time to start taking care of your skin. Thats especially true in the winter, with its harsh seasonal elements like wind and low humidity. Where to start? Below are five skin care tips from the dermatologists Paul Jarrod Frank and Harold Lancer.

Photo Credit Jordan Awan 1. Dont Over-Exfoliate

Dr. Frank, who practices in Manhattan and counts Madonna as a client, finds that men have a tendency to over-exfoliate. If youre shaving, youre exfoliating your skin, he said. Youre taking off the layer of dead skin cells that protects your skin. The dead skin has a purpose: It holds in moisture.

If a beard is not in the cards, then compensate for the shaving process by using a pre-shave oil to protect against stripping. (Olivina Organic Shave Prep & Beard Oil[1], $20, is excellent, with an outdoorsy cedar and bergamot fragrance.) Skip the astringent ...

News source: The New York Times

See also: Karma Wellness Spa