10 Best Grooming & Hygiene Tips for Older Guys
What's up? It's your Style O.G. and today I'm coming to you with the 10 best grooming and hygiene tips for older guys.
Now, before I start talking about these grooming tips, I want it to be known that there’s nothing wrong with getting older. However, we don’t need to look old. There’s a big difference! There are ways to look mature but age gracefully. Some of the things you can do to help you accomplish this have to do with your grooming and hygiene routines. Let's get right to it.
The 10 Best Grooming & Hygiene Tips for Older Guys
Invest in quality grooming products. Harsh chemicals are in those cheaper products and tend to dry your skin out, thus leading to those skin problems you don’t want.
Moisturize! Having dry skin exaggerates the signs of aging. As a bonus tip ... moisturize twice a day. During the daytime use a lighter product and a heavier moisturizer at night since that’s when you’re skin tends to be dryer.
Apply eye cream. As we age, wrinkles start appearing under the eyes first. Be proactive and get you some eye cream. Use creams that contain retinol and caffeine. Using products with these ingredients help to even out skin texture and boost collagen.
Groom and sculpt your beard if you want to be #BeardGang Line it up and keep it neat. Get rid of those hairs under the neck, too. This helps you look mature, distinguished, and well put together.
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Pay attention to problem hair areas such as nostrils, eyebrows, and ears. Clean it up!
Exfoliate once a week. When you exfoliate dead skin cells it allows for newer skin cells to show helping you look more youthful and fresh.
Apply sunscreen daily. Everyone should do this. UV rays break down skin and cause a loss of elasticity making skin appear saggy and dry. Sunscreen helps you avoid this.
Stay hydrated. Hydration is key! Water helps flush toxins out of your system, especially those toxins that would have shown up on your face first.
Incorporate supplements into your routine that will strengthen your hair and nails.
Are there any other grooming or hygiene tips you have? Let me know!