Plump that up

Plump that up

No one should be negligent when it comes to skincare. It has been made a stereotypical concept that skincare is only for women, whereas it is baseless as men too possess skin right?

Nourishment of our skin should be done at regular intervals if not regularly. Today, many people are struggling with a lot of skin diseases which are caused due to different kinds of bacteria and other infectious layers formed on our skin, and are supposed to be scraped off or treated well.

Men usually think skincare is a complicated process consisting of a thousand steps and that is what beats their desire to start off with a routine. We are here to breakdown on a few simple easy steps that will help you get through this utter clutter. Also make sure you work it through according to your skin type.

Let’s look at a few ways in which we can protect our skin from getting damaged simply

BEAT THE SUN

Use an SPF cream at least 15 mins before you step out of home, some dermatologists recommend SPF creams even if you are at home during the day, I recommend SPF level 15-20, going beyond that is harmful for your skin. You can take a look at environmanly  face and body cream with SPF 20.

HAVE A SHIELD

There are anti-pollution creams available in the market nowadays, it's a great idea to go for one with natural ingredients, especially in metropolitan cities where the pollution levels are so high.

NOURISH IT ALL

You should moisturize your entire skin from face to toes everyday post the shower, this is really important to avoid dryness, rashes in the long run.

DON’T MISS OUT ON YOUR LIPS

Apply a balm on your lips every night before you go to bed and you will never have chapped lips again. Try to be hydrated to get that natural plump and nourishment.

A morning and night time skincare routine is a must now as we regularly face the harmful rays of sun, dust etc. But it is not supposed to be a complex process. Hence, we have come up with our multi utility range.

https://environmanly.com/products/multi-utility-balm

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