The Best Skin Creme For Men is NOT Your Wife's, and I Will Prove That to You Now in Just 50 Seconds


Here's a really simple way to show that the 'best' skin creme for men is not their wives' favorite creme.

Just ask, "Does a woman shave her face every day like a man?" Obviously the answer is No.

Then, ask would it make any difference if a face was scraped and lathered every morning. Again, the answer is obvious. Yes!

And so the best skin creme for men is going to be designed to deal with different skin and will include different specific ingredients than the wives'.

For one thing it has to counter the effects of all that shaving.

By the time a man is 50 he's almost certainly pulled a shaver across his jaw something like 11,500 times. At first that is just a mild wipe. But as the years pass that jaw is scraped, tugged and pushed more and more. Daily the harsh, synthetic-filled shaving cremes many of us use are brushed on with a heavy, vigorous hand. And maybe we splash on aftershave when its all over, complete with harmful fragrance additives and caustic liquid compounds.

For another thing, male skin products have to be designed for skin that is thicker and more oily than female ones.

There are some perfectly good cremes that will work well for men, among all the cheap and nasty rubbish products that just smell good. So let's see how we would use the best skin creme for men in the daily routine of shaving.

Shaving should begin with cleaning. So wash your face with a cleanser that has none of the harsh ingredients of hand washing soap from the supermarket that often just dry or irritate the skin, and layer on the harmful substances found in all artificial fragrances. Instead look for emulsifying ingredients that will gently remove oil and dirt without taking away the skin's natural oil.

You will have discovered the
best time to shave is right after a wash when your face is moist and your whiskers softened. Get rid of the harsh supermarket shaving creme and get a gel made from vegetable products. They won't lather like supermarket soap, but neither will they damage your skin as much. Shave carefully.

Then, when you're done, use an alcohol-free toner that has no artificial fragrance. This will get rid of shaving residue, make the pores tighter, and gently help your skin recover from the razor blade scrape.