It used to be that men didn’t have to worry about grooming – if you groomed too much – people would question your masculinity; now, however, good grooming habits are often a symbol of how successful and attractive a man is. It doesn’t matter if you get your haircut every four weeks or if you have a man bun, unfortunately, no one is happy with the ‘let it loose’ approach. Confused? Have no fear! In this blog, Hairmop.com.au, Australia’s first and most advanced online hair loss treatment clinic, goes over the gentleman’s guide to daily and weekly grooming habits. Read on to discover tips from the Hairmop team for face, hair, and body – they’ll keep you in good stead.
Keep the Face Fresh
To prevent pimples and blackheads, the team at Hairmop recommend using a daily face wash when you’re in the shower. The Hairmop style team notes, “If your skin is oily, you may want to get something with salicylic acid in it to break down sebum (the oils on your face). If you have dry skin, use a gentle cleanser with moisturising properties.” He further notes, “never use use a face wash that makes your skin feel tight afterwards. That means the face wash is strong likely is making your skin over-produce oils to compensate”. If you’re unsure of what to use, talk to your nearest beauty counter expert and/or dermatologist. They’ll definitely be able to point you to a firm favourite.
The team from Hairmop have a lot to say on this matter! For hair cuts, “it doesn’t matter if your mop is short or long, the trick to looking polished is to figure out how many weeks it takes for you hair to start looking unkempt and get regular trims before that happens” says The Hairmop style team. He also recommends a daily hair supplement to keep your hair thick and healthy. “For those who want to make sure their hair is regrowing at a strong and healthy rate, supplements like biotin and topicals such as Minoxidil can have a positive effect on your hair’s growth”. Got the bald gene in your family? There’s good news, Hairmop offers an online clinic where you can by prescription hair loss treatments from a qualified Australian doctor for as little as $1.50 a day. Start early, apply daily as directed, and after a while your hair shedding should stop, as the DHT is prevented from shrinking your hair follicles.
Ah body hair, we’ve all got it to some extent, however, should we let it run free or should we begin clipping? It’s up to you, of course, but at minimum, some weekly maintenance of facial hair is always a good idea. For manscaping? It depends, The Hairmop team says “if you have a partner, ask them what they prefer. If you have strong opinions of your own, stand by them. However, as a general rule, most women want it to be tidy and neat but not bare down there”. If you’re particularly hairy, use clippers as necessary. If you like the hairless look, go for a wax or laser. Just make sure not to use razors. Razor bumps on a man are painful and can look like you’ve got a rash.
As you can see, looking good doesn’t have to cost you hours of your time. If you use daily and weekly routines you can easily create hassle-free grooming that will keep you kempt and confident. Hairmop recommends you add a new habit one at a time to start feeling the positive gains.