3 Simple Steps to Improve Your Skin

June 25, 2021

3 Simple Steps to Improve Your Skin

Many men like to keep skincare simple. For some of you, a bar of soap and a splash of aftershave are as good as it gets when it comes to dealing with your face. The problem is, you can mess up your skin if you don’t care for it effectively. 

The good news? Keeping your skin looking its best doesn’t need to involve a ton of products each day. After all, you’re busy, and who has time for that? We get it, and this is why we developed our Classic Maintenance Set. If you’re new to the world of men’s skincare, this collection is the perfect place to start. We’ve got all your skincare bases covered with three simple steps.

Step 1: Cleanse

When it comes to caring for your skin, cleansing is the first step and a critical one. Drugstore soaps can disrupt your skin’s natural pH balance and strip your skin of moisture. Upsetting your skin’s pH can worsen many skin problems over time. If you want to smooth things out, it helps to tackle imbalanced pH head-on. Let’s start by talking about the skin’s acid mantle.

The acid mantle is a protective layer on the surface of your skin that keeps your skin’s microbiome healthy. This acidic layer protects the deeper layers of your skin from harmful pathogens and bacteria. 

We formulated our No-Nonsense Charcoal Cleanser to purge your skin of oil, debris, and impurities while maintaining your skin’s pH balance. This cleanser removes excess oil, clears clogged pores, and cleanses your skin more deeply than bar soap or drugstore cleansers can. Even better? Charcoal’s deep cleansing action works effectively without drying out your skin. 

Step 2: Hydrate

Step two in your ultimate skincare routine is all about sealing in moisture. You’ve cleansed and clarified your skin, and now it’s time to moisturize. Using a moisturizer designed for your skin can help balance your complexion, prevent premature aging, and soothe irritation and breakouts. 

Our Ultra-Hydrating Moisturizing Balm can help keep your skin looking clear and fresh, and it can help strengthen your overall skin structure over time. This antioxidant-rich formula helps fight damage and promotes cell turnover, so you get fresh, younger-looking skin with regular use.  


Step 3: Exfoliate

Using our Reload Exfoliating Rub is the third step in our suggested skincare regimen, but you don’t need to use it every day — two to four times a week is just right. Regular exfoliation is key to getting your best skin possible. By removing dead skin cells on the surface of your skin, your cleanser and moisturizer can work more deeply. Regular exfoliation enhances your skincare regimen and makes the process more effective.

Our exfoliator also clears out embedded dirt from your pores, so using this product can help keep breakouts at bay. Bonus? Exfoliation feels super invigorating and gives your skin an awesome glow. There’s no downside to giving your skin that extra scrub a few times a week, so don’t skip this step. 

It makes sense if you’ve struggled to find an effective routine for your skin since most products are for women. Men’s skin is thicker, tougher, and more acidic than women’s, so you need products that balance pH and address the unique structure of your skin. Key takeaway? Skincare formulated for men can help you get your best results. 

Our Classic Maintenance Set provides the three products you need to cleanse, hydrate, and renew your skin. With regular use over time, you can uncover your best skin yet. 






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