You got a Facial!
Congrats! You tackled the challenge of getting a facial and now you see the possible benefits of taking care of your skin. Now What?
Home Skin Care
Just like they say your diet makes up 80% of your fitness level. A great home care plan triples all your efforts and dedication you are now taking to have great skin. Don’t stress home skin care is easier than dieting. It’s all mindset, so don’t over complicate with your mind!
Does it have to be a Men’s Skin Care line?
No. The foundation of good skin care is based on the same ingredients for both men and women. The most important thing is to matching up your skin type, skin issues, and lifestyle habits to the correct formulation/product.
Why is Men’s Skin Categorized?
Because it’s easier and it’s marketing. Few men are comfortable using pink bottles of face wash that smell like flowers. Just like women’s skin care, men’s product formulations will vary for particular skin issues or skin types. They are finalized by a masculine fragrance and manly bottle.
What products should I use?
It’s so important to have an expert assist you in figuring out what is right for you. The more you communication and feedback you provide to your professional skin care provider, the quicker your results and overall skin happiness you have. Lean on your skin care professional for advice and don’t be afraid to ask questions.
How often should I get a facial?
Ideally, a monthly facial will keep your skin in tip top shape and keep you on top of your home skin care regimen. Acne skin or skin with more issues can benefit from bi-weekly visits. Ready to start? Book your Men’s facial or NRxMonthly Facial now!
Wanna read more on Men’s Skin Care?
Here’s some great posts:
Skin Care Tips for Men…coming soon
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