Personal Hygiene

When it comes to men’s health, personal hygiene should be the easiest to manage yet somehow, this part has been missed? So let us go over some basic hygiene areas:

Successful men are to look the part, as in well cut hair, suit, tie, polished shoes etc and of course, let us not forget the infamous “belt &/or cufflink”!

  • How about flossing or brushing teeth? Floss daily so you don’t have left over food hanging between your teeth. By the way, if it makes you feel any better, we have to do it also.
  • Changing your underwear? Honestly, if you don’t have any, don’t wear them!!! Better to wear nothing than them smelling . . .
  • Have a shower!
  • Shave! If you don’t want to shave, try waxing or better still epilating. 2 minutes, honesty . . . you won’t know yourself! If interested, I have even posted my link aboutepilating and aboutwaxing – full of information. If you have any questions, you can also leave some comments below.

Some touch up points:

Nose hair or moustache: A noise and ear trimmer are good however waxing or epilating will achieve much quicker results.

Acne and Blackheads: Whilst this is not a hygiene issue dilemma, it does not affect men but women also, so don’t despair. It could also be hormonal or letting yourself become more prone to blocked pores.

Glycerin soap is very mild and gentle on the skin, even helping relieve symptoms of certain disorders. Glycerin soap can be a very good cleanser for your face and can help you get rid of the extra oils and dirt that clogs your skin. It is also effective for acne prone skin and helps keep the acne away.

The best way in dealing with this is to use a facial scrub twice a week. I have suggested a few products below:

St. Ives Gentle Smoothing Face Scrub and Mask   OR
MARLOWE. No. 102 Men’s Body Scrub Soap

If trying to find a certain product containing salicylic acid, then my suggestion is something along the lines like:

SAL3 Salicylic Acid Sulfur Soap Bar

Related: Facial Hair Removal Guide