If you’re struggling, try a beard transplant
Sometimes growing a beard is harder than you might think. Often when growing a beard you’ll struggle with patches where the hair just will not grow. At the Harley Street Hair Clinic, we’re experts in the FUE hair transplant procedure, something we can use to build up your beard.
Our FUE beard transplants are a great way to build upon an already existing beard and can work to fill in any gaps and make your beard look more defined and fuller.
Grooming was a huge part of 2016 and there were a huge variety of different products and trends that we loved. There were also some times when we slacked without grooming routines, but today we’ve got some male grooming resolutions we should all stick to this year.
Start caring for your skin properly
Caring for your skin should be such an important part of your grooming routine, just simply washing your face and moisturising should be a staple in your grooming routine.
Using the right products is important too. A simple bar of soap might be too strong to wash your face and could leave your skin dry and flaky. To keep your skin clean and retain moisture use a small amount of a mild gel or foaming face wash twice daily.
Next up, moisturise. Moisturising your face is essential to keeping it looking and feeling smooth and healthy. Always moisturise properly, wash your face to start and then use a fingertip-sized amount of product, dot around your face and gently rub in.
Spend a little bit of time finding the right products for your skin. Sensitive skin should stay away from any potential irritants like alcohol and fragrances and stick to more natural ingredients. Those with oily skin can benefit from ingredients such as salicylic acid to reduce the oiliness.
Don’t only focus on your face
Just like your face, the skin on your body needs moisture and care too. It is just as important as your face. It is important to moisturise your body on a daily basis, concentrating on areas such as knees, calves and elbows. These areas need more attention than the rest of the body as they have fewer oil glands.
Try using moisturising body washes and vitamin E-rich moisturisers after your showers, don’t skimp or rush, try and cover all of your skin. You’ll thank yourself (and us) one day.