For Men

Welcome to our page for Men on here you will find Men’s Fragrance, and other personal care products from aftershave, shaving foams, shaving machine, moisturizers and many more.



Four tips for Perfect Skins

1. Wash your face with a good cleanser.
This is a no-brainer. But the reality is, either you guys are doing it all wrong or just not doing it at all. Men are often guilty of taking super hot showers and using harsh soaps or face scrubs. This makes your skin dry and when your skin is dry you appear wrinkly and much older. Not quite the look you’re going for, right?
It is important to have a gentle cleanser that will cleanse the skin from the dirt and oil that can accumulate “Aveeno Men’s Face Wash is a perfect choice for daily use. It contains colloidal oatmeal that will hydrate while it cleanses.”

2.

Stop buying cheap razors
most men shave five times a week. (How do you do it?) A quality razor can be a lifetime item, so choose your weapon wisely. Choose a razor that fits your skin sensitivity and beard coarseness, your face will thank you. If you’re going to the drugstore then pumping the brakes before buying a razor with several blades. With these types, you’re more likely to get razor burn or ingrown hairs because the extra blades pull the hairs below the skin a little too deep.
A moisturizing shaving gel is key to providing a barrier of protection while shaving, so slather that on. Shave in the shower or immediately afterwards, “the facial hairs are much softer from the warm water and steam.” Plus, it eliminates having to clean up a dirty sink when you’ve got company.

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Make after-shave your new best friend.
After-shave hydrates and soothes the skin; it also seals in the skin after a nice shave. “Your after-shave should be alcohol-free because alcohol dries your skin — plain and simple.

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Don’t skip the facial moisturizer
Facial hair can be sexy on a guy, but what really turns us on is when our faces touch and it doesn’t feel like sandpaper. Moisturizing daily will get you soft, kissable skin. “Fragrance-free products are easy because they have no smell and aren’t considered ‘girly. Clinique for Men is actually the same as the original Clinique products — it’s just in a grey bottle





Choose your Cologne/Aftershave
When it comes to buying cologne, most men take one of two routes: 1. They restock bottles of the same cologne they've been using since high school.
2. They mix it up, changing their cologne based on what smells good to them at the department store counter.
choosing the right cologne isn't just a matter of what suits your nose — it's a matter of what suits your skin. The way a particular fragrance smells will change from guy to guy, as a cologne's scent is the product of chemical reactions between your skin and the cologne's ingredients.
So read on and learn how to find the best types of cologne for your skin.

how to match cologne and skin type
Both cologne quality and effectiveness are tied to a great range of factors, such as diet, environment, genetics, and behavior (stress, smoking, etc.). But the biggest x-factors are your skin type and PH levels. And the oilier (or dryer) skin is, the more potent (or weak) cologne can smell.

Oily Skin
Skins high in natural oil represent more active body chemistry. This extra oil at the skin's surface can interact with cologne to create longer-lasting, more powerful scents. Alternately, too many natural skin oils (or perspiration) can merge with cologne to form an unwelcome odor. To find out which cologne to wear if you have oily, dry or sensitive skin, keep reading... To guard against this, wear less cologne over the course of the day and opt for lighter fragrances, or types of cologne that contain less hints of musk and earth, and more citrus and floral tones. Cologne developed for summertime wear is the best bet for men with oily skin. Recommended brands: "Fahrenheit Summer for Men" by Christian Dior, "Kouros" by Yves Saint Laurent, "Tommy Jeans" by Tommy Hilfiger

Dry Skin
Cologne dissipates faster from dry skin, so it must be applied more frequently. However, because of the ethyl alcohol base, frequent reapplications run the risk of further drying out and damaging your already dry or sensitive skin. What a conundrum... With this in mind, dry-skinned guys should opt for "winter" colognes. These are stronger fragrances, formulated to last longer in drier, colder times, and thereby reducing the need for frequent reapplication. Recommended brands: "California North," "White Moss" by Acca Kappa, "Black" by Kenneth Cole

Sensitive Skin
Arguably the biggest danger for the sensitive-skinned man is wearing strong cologne while wearing other potent skin products. If you're prone to rashes and acne, you're best off refraining from using cologne alongside strong aftershave balms and body sprays. The potential for allergic reactions is simply too great. When it comes to buying cologne for sensitive skin, follow the same rules for dry skin, but also look for colognes that list all-natural ingredients free from synthetic fragrances. I'm especially partial to colognes from small natural health labels. Recommended brands: "Eruptable" by Volcanic Earth, "Gents Cologne Balm," "Polo Blue" by Ralph Lauren

Additional tips
For optimal results, apply cologne to your throat, wrists, chest, or the sides of your neck (opt for one or two of these spots at a time). These are "pulse points" for heat, and they create the best interaction between cologne and your natural oils. Another popular tip is to spray cologne onto the back of your knees before getting dressed, as scents tend to rise. As a form of application, many men also prefer to spritz cologne into the air and then walk into the resultant mist, although most fashion experts caution against getting any cologne on your clothes — so sticking to the first application method is best.
And finally, the rule I can't repeat enough: No one should smell your cologne unless they're standing close to you. If you enter a room and people three feet away start sniffling, you're wearing too much. When in doubt, use as little cologne as possible. Women want to smell you, not Christian Dior.

Smell as good as you look
Approach cologne as you would approach facial soap and moisturizers. Take the time to find one that best matches your skin type, and both the cologne and your body will smell and function at their best.