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If you’re the kind of guy who washes his face with bar soap, then you need to step up your skincare game or risk damaging your skin and looking old far beyond your years. Luckily, you don’t need an overcomplicated routine or a cabinet full of hard-to-pronounce skincare products that don’t fit your lifestyle.

According to celebrity beauty expert, Tonia Ryan and Dr. Christopher Khorsandi (aka Doc Vegas), a simple and easy-to-follow routine can work wonders for your skin. If you haven’t followed a skincare routine before you’ll be surprised at how quickly it will have your skin glowing, which women love.

Before we get started with the routine it’s important to understand what your skin type is. Most men fall into one of the categories below.

  • Oily Skin: Your skin may look greasy or shiny.
  • Dry Skin: Dry patches, flakiness, itchiness, and rough skin areas may appear.
  • Combination Skin: Skin may feel oily on the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) and normal or dry everywhere else.
  • Sensitive Skin: Your skin may feel itchiness or burning after using products.

Choose the skin type above that best matches you. Then follow our top 5 skincare tips for men.

1.  Trade Soap for Cleanser

Switch your regular bar soap, which contains harsh chemicals, with a mild facial cleanser. Get rid of the excess oil and build-up of dirt on your skin by using a good cleanser every morning and night. Using a cleanser that suits your skin type will leave your skin feeling fresh and clean.

2.  Exfoliate

The next step in your skincare regimen should be exfoliating. It not only removes dead skin cells but also helps unclog your pores. Please note that some intense exfoliator scrubs should only be used once or twice a week.

Keep in mind that there are several types of physical exfoliants. Chemical exfoliants that have lactic acid or glycolic acid are proven to be more effective when it comes to smoothing your skin. However, you must use it correctly and in the right order of your skincare regimen to get the best results.

3.  Use a Moisturizer

Nobody wants their skin to feel like sandpaper. The key to achieving soft, smooth, and healthy skin is to moisturize. No matter how tired or rushed you’re feeling, never skip this step. Apply a moisturizer immediately after you wash your face, shave, or shower to keep your skin hydrated.

4.  Apply a Sunscreen

One of Tonia’s biggest secrets to healthier skin is that nothing is more important than sunscreen! If you don’t want wrinkles, age spots, and an unhealthy appearance, you must start applying sunscreen every day. It not only protects your skin from the sun’s damaging UV rays but also helps slow down the signs of aging skin.

5.  Add Retinol to your Regimen

Since men are often guilty of not taking care of their skin, they’re more likely to have enlarged pores and premature aging. Retinol is the best way to repair damaged skin and solve most skincare problems once you’ve applied the basic tips provided above.

Looking for high-quality products that will make your skin glow like never before? Check out the Smazy line of skincare products. Also, celebrity beauty expert Tonia Ryan and Doc Vegas share their best tips and secrets to amazing skin at Smazy Academy.

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