June 22, 2017

Are You Putting Your Skin in Jeopardy During the Summer Months?

With summer officially here, we’re all thinking about beach vacations, picnics in the park, and days spent soaking up the sun. Ahhhh, bliss. Well…not to be a big buzzkill, but this also means we need to talk about a pretty serious topic – skin cancer. As men, we have lower rates of survival from melanoma than women because our skin is thicker, but also because we tend to be less aware of it. When detected and treated early, however, you have a fighting chance against skin cancer. But why even put yourself in the position? Healthy sun habits can help reduce the risk of developing issues in the first place.

May 9, 2017

Does Aloe Hold the Key to Healthy Skin?

Did you know aloe can do way more than treat sunburn? While that’s certainly one of its most well-known uses, aloe barbadensis leaf juice (the gel from an aloe vera plant) offers myriad other benefits for the skin.

April 11, 2017

Spring Clean Your Skin Routine with These Simple Fixes

If you’ve found your way to this blog, you may be a bit more “evolved” than the average man when it comes to skin care. In fact, the biggest complexion crime most men make is essentially having no skin care regimen at all. So kudos to you, on at least being aware of the fact that caring for your skin is important. And just like we learned from G.I. Joe as kids, knowing is half the battle.

March 28, 2017

Skin care upgrade – What your skin is craving

Now that the first month of 2017 is already behind us, our New Year’s resolutions have either become habits or they’ve fallen by the wayside. Which side of that equation do you fall on? For many of us it’s the latter. But hey, good news: there is always the opportunity to begin again!

March 3, 2017

How to Care for Your Skin Like John Wick

With John Wick coming out of retirement to enact more revenge on villain assassins, the iconic, rough-and-tumble look gets another day in the spotlight. It may appear Keanu Reeves, who plays Wick on screen, rarely grooms, but the seemingly simple, just-rolled-out-of-bed, scruffy look, is purposely cultivated.