Men's skin is resilient and tough, but it still requires a regimen to ensure it's ready for life's everyday events and ages gracefully. Three main products every man should have are cleanser, sunscreen, and a night treatment.
Cleansers: Gentle cleansers allow removal of dirt without the removal of all the natural oils, leaving skin hydrated yet cleaned. When suffering from acne prone or oily skin, there are different types of cleansers that may contain ingredients to combat those concerns.
Sunscreens: Sunscreens are the answer for slowing the formation of aging lines and allowing dark spots to fade. Sun is everywhere--even on overcast, cloudy, rainy, and snowy days. Wearing an SPF30+ daily can be the difference between "looking your age" and "looking beyond your years."
Night Treatment: Any cream that targets a concern, whether it's acne, dark spots, skin texture, ingrown beard hairs/bumps, or anti-aging should be applied to the skin at night--when hands are away from the face, sweating is diminished, and sun isn't around. This allows the topical treatment the most uninterrupted contact time with the skin.
Creating a personal men's skin care regimen can be an overwhelming task. Dr. Nikki Hill at the SOCAH Center can assist with creating simple yet effective regimens that are specific to skin type and skin goals. This month we are celebrating men's skin care with a free chemical peel (can be gifted to a friend or loved one) after a skin assessment! Call our office today to schedule a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Hill and learn how to maintain healthy skin everyday.
Dr. Nikki D. Hill, MD, FAAD
Concierge Dermatologist and Hair Loss Specialist
Dr. Nikki Hill is a board-certified dermatologist, hair loss specialist and founder of Atlanta's first and only concierge dermatology practice, the SOCAH Center, which brings quality care to you—conveniently.
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