Do Men Know To Exfoliate?
If your a guy, did you know to exfoliate your skin to get help get rid of raiser bumps, soften skin, and get rid of dark marks and have an even skin tone? If, NO. You should try it! Exfoliate before you shave will get rid of dead skin as well as open pores to prevent ingrown hairs stuck underneath the surface layer of skin. Of course, after.. use a moisturizer with a SPF to protect skin against sun rays, weather, and environmental conditions.
Did You Know A Facial Massage Circulates Blood and Oxygen to Eliminate Pimples and Acne?
Calcium, Magnesium. Sodium, Potassium, and Phosphorous Minerals
Did you know common minerals regulate hormones, antibody production in the body functions, healing, and growth. For the body common minerals are calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, and phosphorus.
However, the skin most common minerals are:
Book: Isom, T. (2014). Practical Guide for Skin Care: Daily Treatment. Queens. New York: Lion, Tiger, Bear Publishing House, LLC
What Skin Care for Men?
Men feel clean with men skin care treatments just for you!
Dove Men Care hydration cleanser, lotion, post shave, and shaving gel.
Neutrogena Men Razor Defense,
Clean Bedding For Healthy Skin
Laundry cotton sheet bedding regularly to rid of dust mites, and dirt hidden between the sheets.
Your Skin Needs Your Rest!
Your skin needs your rest. A lack of rest can elevate stress hormone cortisol which causes stress in the body and inflammation affecting the skin. GET REST!
Do You Know The Best Months To Treat Uneven Skin?
Is in the Winter months.
Morning Skin Care Tip!
After morning or night facial cleanse, rinse with warm water, then cool water to close pores to rid environmental dirt and debris to hide in skin!
TYESHA N. ISOM
Skin Care & Makeup Consultant, licensed Esthetician, and Chemist. Studied and practical training at Lia Schorr Skin Care School in Manhattan, NY. Specializes in Makeup: Bridal, airbrushing, and theatrical basic special effects. In 2014, studying massage therapy and oriental chinese medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.