GUYS GET IN THE KNOW - SKINCARE IS FOR YOU TOO! - Melissa Allen Mood Essentials

Once upon a time, male grooming was generally limited to a shave and a few slaps of aftershave, whereas today bathroom sinks across the globe are accumulating more tubes, tubs and pump packs, with a growing number of blokes keen to put their "best face" forward.......Which is why we are so proud that our Mood Essentials not just cater for woman but we have always had the guys in mind too!

When it comes to skin care, men have traditionally kept it simple.  However, more men are now pursuing healthier, younger-looking skin, which makes it a great time to check out our unisex I Have Calm Hand & Face cream.

Convenient and non-greasy I Have Calm Hand & Face cream moisturises the skin and with its hints of lavender it embraces the soothing qualities of this essential oils to help the calm the skin.

This moisturiser absorbs quickly into the skin and contains nourishing and regenerating ingredients as well as antioxidants to help anti-ageing and restore elasticity and softness to help your skin look and feel younger.

A great tip is to moisturise daily.  Moisturiser works by trapping water in your skin, which can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and make your skin look brighter and younger.  For the best results, apply moisturiser to your face and body immediately after bathing, showering or shaving while the skin is damp.

Hands can be a unique body part for men as many professions and sports require frequent use of hands, such as golf and construction etc. Thus, guy’s hands are susceptible to becoming dry, chapped and cracked quite easily.  So why not when you are slapping on some of our I Have Calm Hand & Face cream on your face, slap some on your hands to help keep them hydrated without the greasy feel.

Good skincare is one of the most powerful tools there is against most of the common issues men face on their faces.  And in both the short and long term it could mean the difference between someone saying, “Wow, you look great!” as opposed to “oh, have you been getting enough sleep?"



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