Metro: Stop – Start

You don’t have to be one of those “Metro-Sexual” types to take care of your skin and have good skin.

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Metro: Stop – Start

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You don’t have to be one of those “Metro-Sexual” types to take care of your skin and have good skin.

There are simple ways to manage your skin and a large majority of it can all start in the shower.
We will guide you through to specific products for your skin type, further down.

Believe it or not the male species also has an organ called skin! It might be a little rougher and tougher but it’s still there and should be taken care of.

As mentioned above, skin is your body’s largest organ and it serves as a protective barrier between your internal organs and the rest of the world! Your skin also helps regulate the body temp and acts as a filter.

When the skin is healthy it is better able to fight the signs of aging, is quicker to heal and blocks off potential diseases better than unhealthy skin.

A properly tailored skin care regime is not just about making the skin look great, it’s about overall health. Poor skin care habits will lead to rashes, sores, acne and wrinkles, making your skin for susceptible to disease and infection.

So, what do you need to stop and start?
STOP just using anything and everything! This could be causing serious long term damage to your skin.
STOP doing nothing, soap in the shower doesn’t quite cut it.

START taking proper care of your skin.
This means you need to start using:
A cleanser – as you get older you may find that you are developing more blackheads, redness and random breakouts. This is due to not cleaning your skin properly. Cleanse your skin morning and night.

Moisturise – Your skin needs moisture to survive! Try not to use hot water as heat draws the moisture out of your face, opt for warm water. Apply a moisturiser twice daily, morning and night.

You don’t need much!

Which of the following sound like your skin?
The no fuss guy: If you have pretty good skin but it’s time to step it up to avoid those fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of aging these are the products for you, click HERE 

The sensitive guy: You often see a bit of redness. Any product you apply seems to irritate the skin? These are the products for you, click HERE

The rough and tough guy: You’ve got strong skin and you’re probably more prone to black heads and dryness. Find out what you should be using HERE

Want a tailored program just for you and your skin?

Got a few problem areas you need to fix?

Book yourself in for a thorough skin consultation:
Call: 02 8897 0000
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