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Let’s Hear It For The Boys

January 12, 2012ICLS0Tags: , , Categories: Face, Home, ICLS

We have recently been made aware by many, that we are guilty of ignoring men on our wee little cosmetic surgery blog. Not to worry though, the tides are changing. This week, we wanted to discuss an everyday skincare routine for men. I know that this combination of words can often sound like an oxymoron but our resident dermatologist would beg to differ. According to Dr. Sapra, it is important to have an everyday routine as a means of prevention and treatment. Using products that work for you will help prevent signs of aging and sun damage…

Four years back one of our staff was so concerned about her hubby’s skin that she had to trick him into using sunscreen by giving him the Vivier 30 Moisturizing Shield which is a light “man-friendly” moisturizer that just so happens to sneakily contain a good amount of sun protection!

So understanding that this is foreign territory for most of you fellas out there, we have put together a foolproof combination of products to keep you looking oh so fresh.

  1. SwissTEC Optimal Cleanser: A gel based cleanser that will remove impurities, soothe skin and lock in hydration.
  2. Clarifying Elixir: instantly reduces the size of clogged pores, removes acne causing dead surface cells all the while balancing the skin’s moisture level.
  3. And if we haven’t overwhelmed you too much already proceed on to step three:

  4. Trifoliant: is a powerful, yet gentle physical exfoliator that will help to achieve a smooth and even skin texture. This product uses quartz exfoliating particles, salicylic acid and Vitamin A to promote cell turnover, thereby improving the firmness and smoothness of the skin.
Let’s Hear It For The Boys - Everyday Skincare Routine For Men
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