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Five Easy and Inexpensive Ways to Improve your Skin

This may not feel like the most masculine topic, but nonetheless it’s an important one. Guys are generally not as communicative about their skin care routines as ladies. Women openly love their skincare products, and the statistics on their shopping habits are astounding:

About 161 million U.S. women use beauty products each day. With the average woman using some 16 skincare and cosmetic products daily and spending ~$200,000-$300,000 in a lifetime on them (or an estimated $250 per month), it is clearly a market for which consumers are willing to spend significant money.

Here’s the kicker: men spend as much as women on skincare.

So, we don’t like to talk about skincare, but we clearly do care about it. Nobody wants to be seen with a pimply or greasy face, right? If you can’t afford fancy $120 face cream, and you don’t want to splurge for a $35 Kiehl’s face wash, what are some of the ways you can combat breakouts without breaking the bank?

1. Wash out your hair before you go to sleep at night. If you use any kind of hair product like mousse, gel or hair spray, you’ve got to rinse it from your hair. If you dont, you will lay on your pillow with that product in your hair, and as you toss and turn at night you’ll end up getting some of their hair product on your face. This will undoubtedly lead to a breakout. Even if you don’t use product in your hair, throughout the day your hair accumulates oils. Those same oils will clog your pores and give you breakouts.

2. Dirty pillows. Change your pillow case at least once a week. For the same reasons, and more. Dead skin cells find their way into your pillow case, and they too will clog your pores. Make sure you rest your head on clean linens as frequently as possible. I recently discovered a brand called Silvon that uses silver in their bed sheets and towels. Silver kills bacteria; the same bacteria that leads to acne. Pro tip: make sure you wash and change your bath towels weekly also.

3. Don’t touch your face. This is not easy to do, but as you become more aware of your tendencies you’ll control it easier. Studies have shown many of us touch our faces 15-20 times per hour. When you do this, bacteria, oils and dirt from your fingers will clog your pores and cause breakouts.

4. Clean up. Use a face wash and a lotion before you go to bed. As you go through your day, sweat, dirt and bacteria accumulate on your face, and if you don’t clear it the nasty stuff will stay with you throughout the night. At the very least, use a wet wipe and clean your face before you go to bed.

5. Avoid alcohol. Many skin conditions are sparked by drinking alcohol, which causes dehydration and inflammation. Alcohol can cause hormone changes which suppress your immune system and increase stress. Swap out that six pack for water and you’ll notice an improvement over time.

Honorable mention:

6. Take your vitamins! Especially Vitamin D. If you’re unable to get an hour of sunlight each day, the next best thing you can do is take a vitamin D pill. It is known to help facilitate healthier hair, skin and nails, while also including some anti-inflammatory properties. This helps to combat the inflammatory symptoms of acne.

Don’t overdo it, though. Too much vitamin D can be harmful, which can cause nausea and vomiting, weakness, and frequent urination. Vitamin D toxicity might progress to bone pain and kidney problems.

Make some of these changes and you’ll likely see improvements in your skin.

– Your Big Bro

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