Skincare tips

Sunny Tan

Sunny Tan is the author of popular book, “Gas Mileage Tactics” and enjoys writing tips articles during his spare time for his website.

 Some of us might think that skin-care routines are for ladies. But if you are into business like me, fetching million dollar deals are worth the time spent doing your own facial cleansing and routine checkup. Don’t ever forget that your first impression always lasts longer in your customers’ head than you would expect. A good look with nice clean facial skin may prove to be your ultimate prerequisite in striking your negotiation deal. Here are some of the do’s and don’ts in getting perfect skin.

Do’s of perfect skin

Do exercise. Physically fit people look good and feel good. Exercise improves internal circulation to bring oxygen and nutrients to the skin. This makes skin firmer and better nourished, as well as slowing down aging. Regular exercise also helps prolong your life, build self-confidence and reshape your figure. Your improved circulation will help to calm nerves and promote a more revitalizing sleep. Move more, feel younger, and look better!

Do use products. Cleanse your face everyday with cleanser, toner and moisturizer. There are literally hundreds and hundreds of different brands and makes to choose from, but always use products suitable for your skin type, whether it is oily or dry. Have a good consultation from a skincare expert to determine the most suitable type of product for your skin.

Do drink water. A major cause of skin winkles is water loss from the skin. Water hydrates your skin, keeping it moist, soft and supple. Drink at least 6 to 8 glasses of water a day. If you are like me, bring a small bottle of water in your briefcase so you can always have water to drink whenever you go.

Do rest. Lack of sleep makes your skin look dry and dull, and your eyes will become puffy. When we don’t have enough sleep or rest, we feel tired and listless. We need an average of 8 hours of sleep every night, but many of us have only 5 to 6 hours. The effects of inadequate sleep will start to show as you age.

Do eat properly. Keep your vitamin up by eating at least 5 portions of fruits or vegetables daily. If you are not getting enough vitamins from good, take multivitamin supplements. Stay away from fatty foods, as they will make your skin greasy.

 
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  • Sene says
    Damn now i have to use cleansing products gosh sounds like my wife would have a excuse to buy some lol
  • akong says
    frankly, its me that have the skin-care routines than my wife hahaha...she loves my skin and just can't get enough! everyone should try it..its just a matter of getting used to the routine. you'll look younger and much more appealling.
  • Muzzamie says
    Some good advice - maybe the wife will help out
  • Corelliz says
    Hey guys - please don't fall for the marketing hype surrounding the need for skin care for men. For one, it has yet to be proven that women's skin care products make that much of a difference and two, it really would be nice to keep men 'real'.
  • Belinda says
    True all the tips, more men than ever are starting to use products like moisturizer so may see the benefits in time!!!
  • good as tips i use Pro Active lol bt dayum id love the L"Oreal Professionnel Homme hair care hehe
  • Jono says
    There are so many products out there that claim to do so much. It can be very confusing! I've tried a large amount of different products and found some helpful, others totally not. However, I am still to find the perfect product for my skin. It is out there somewhere!
  • all the flash exfoliants are great and all, but the best exfoliant is shaving. just make sure you also take care of the areas on the face you don't shave (nose, eye areas, forehead).

    they mentioned that drinking alcohol depletes the skin's moisture content. drinking is bad, but applying directly to the skin (eg alcohol-based aftershaves) is even worse.
  • Einge says
    I;ve convinced my husband to use moisturizer to take care of his skin. He was opposed to it before but he's loving how his skin is now. Now, it's part of his ritual and we even fight over the mirror in the morning. I think he has realized that taking care of the skin doesn't have anything to do with being a guy or a girl - it's for his personal well being.
  • L says
    Great article to convince us not to use her creams and things in the bathroom

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