Warning: Hardworking Men Need to Take Care of Their Skin

Hardworking men who are exposed to their elements during the course of their daily lives may have to do more than most to protect the wellness and wellbeing of their skin. It is of course exactly this type of man who is unlikely to take anti aging treatments seriously, but it is really worth having a think about how to protect your skin if you want to feel confident, look healthy and avoid unpleasant or unsightly skin problems.


Rough skin is often an issue for working men, and it can be very hard to soften this type of skin and replenish the moisture levels. This can be due to working outdoors or with heavy machinery, or using abrasive materials such as sandpaper. Some parts of your body are more prone to this type of skin, such as the legs, arms and face, plus of course your hands.


Moisturiser is often the best way to address dryness issues, but in the case of persistent dryness you might want to actually seek medical advice to see if an underlying condition such as Psoriasis or Eczema is causing the problems and discomfort for you.


As well as moisturisers, you should also exfoliate gently once a week to get rid of any dead, flaky skin, but this should be done once a week as a maximum.


Oily skin can be as much of a problem as dry skin, too, and contrary to popular belief, it is not caused by eating fast food such as burgers or chips. It is actually your own body that produces the oil, which then clogs your pores and causes bad skin.


To combat oily skin you should avoid using harsh soap and look for a very mild one, plus you could try using clay or mud face masks to help cleanse our skin and restore the natural balance of oil.

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