The cool, winter weather may have gone on a little longer than we expected this year, but the summer has undoubtedly arrived.
Here's what you can do to stay fresh during a long work day.
For most of us working professionally, taking care of ourselves tends to fall by the wayside; whether it’s our diet and fitness or our overall skincare and grooming.
Fortunately, there’s ways to work around the busy schedule and use the time we do have on our hands to ensure a cleaner and healthier look.
There’s a term in grooming and skincare that’s somewhat familiar to everyone, yet strangely confusing to them.
This term happens to be the key that will allow you to find that sweet spot when taking care of your skin.
It’s probably the most important part of grooming that almost everyone unconsciously neglects.
Winters are a great time.
If you conducted a survey (and trust us, we have), you would find that many people consider winters to be the most wonderful time of the year.
Problem with the winter is that it’s often harder to take care of your skin. Especially for males.
So here's what you can do to take care of your skin during the winters
Shaving is an important yet misunderstood art.
It’s a necessity for most people to have a clean face, yet people don’t invest enough time trying to figure out how to optimize the activity to ensure that their face is left with a long-lasting afterglow.
That’s where we come in. Here’s why you need to know your skin type BEFORE you even start shaving.