The Men’s Skin Survival Kit

The colder months can take a real toll on your skin. Going from the warmth of indoors to the cooler air outside can leave your skin feeling tight and dry. Caring for your skin not only prevents aging, grease build-up and spots, but also helps to create smoother shaving experience. All it takes is a few small changes. Here, we’ve got your winter routine sorted with a 5-step kit to protect your skin against the elements.

Myer man skin survival kit

1. Wash
A 2-in-1 wash means there’s no need for all those extra bottles in the shower. This multi-tasker gently washes the hair and body using 100% pure and natural essential oils to restore moisture and improve scalp condition.
THE AROMATHERAPY CO. Man Hair and Body Wash

2. Scrub
Using the charcoal face wash with the sonic vibrating brush head removes impurities whilst being gentle on sensitive areas. Skin will look fresh and feel energised, ready for a smoother shave.
CLINIQUE FOR MEN Charcoal Face Wash, Sonic System Deep Cleansing Brush

3. Shave
This gel-to-lather formula preps facial hair for a close shave that leaves skin feeling soft, smooth and comfortable.
NATIO Smooth Shave Gel

4. Hydrate
Hydrate your skin without the feeling of greasy residue. This non-oily formula moisturises, soothes and helps repair tiny nicks caused by shaving.
CLARINS MEN Super Moisture Balm

5. Repair
Forget looking dull and tired. Combat dehydrated skin and irritation with this all-in-one treatment that soothes, moisturises and repairs.
LAB SERIES SKINCARE FOR MEN PRO All-in-One Face Treatment

 

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