Many men still hydrate occasionally or confess to never doing so. Among the consequences of neglecting this important aspect of both skin and hair are wrinkles, aged hair and a not very pleasant beard.
If you wish to learn to hydrate properly from the neck up, the following tips will guide you through the entire process. Become the king of hydration:
Moisturizing your face every day is essential to keep it soft, luminous and supple. First, wash your face using a mild soap or cleansing foam. Put a generous ball of cream on your fingertip and paste it around your face and neck. To finish, rub the entire area gently but making sure it filters well.
Repeat the operation twice a day (in the morning and in the evening). And don't forget to buy a cream suitable for your skin type. If it is sensitive, it will be good for you to avoid formulas with alcohol, fragrances and dyes, while if it is oily, you will benefit from creams with ingredients such as salicylic acid.
It doesn't matter what shape you give your facial hair, or whether you wear it long or short. Moisturizing it regularly is a must-have if you want to keep it from looking dull and rough. Using a beard oil will help you retain moisture. Plus, it'll smell good all day. If you add a special beard shampoo to the routine, you will keep it dandruff-free as well as hydrated.
For your hair to be perfect, it is not enough to wash it with shampoo, but it is also necessary to pay attention to its hydration. Applying a moisturizing mask (look for one with argan oil for optimal results) once a week will give you shine and softness, as well as more disciplined hair, from which you will benefit a lot when styling it.