Cleanse-Use products that are pH balanced 4.5-5.5. Bar soaps are alkaline and usually contain detergent which is hard on the skin and strips it of its protective barrier. Cleansers usually are in liquid form. Lather up the soap and wash your entire face, neck and around the ears.
Tone-For men with dry skin Rose water is good. For men with oily or combination skin, Witch Hazel. If using a razor, cleanse, shave and then tone.
Moisturize-Moisturize with lotion, cram or essential oil blend specific to your skin type.
Read Labels-Avoid products that contain synthetic perfumes, coloring, and/or mineral oils. They are unnecessary ingredients and can be irritating to the skin, clog pores and cause allergic reactions
Facial Scrub-Use once or twice a week to exfoliate dead skin cells. If you're not seeing an aesthetician every 6-8 weeks, dead skin can make the skin look lifeless, clog the pores which will lead to blackheads, make the skin feel dry and prevents nutrients from penetrating the nourishing the epidermis.
Scrub should be used especially on the nose, the cheeks, the temples, and the forehead.
Drink lots of Fluids-Drink lots of pure water daily. It takes weeks or months f or skin to balance