Most men don’t want to spend a lot of money or time on grooming but with a few well-chosen products and services you can keep you on your game and pay dividends far beyond their costs.
Five Grooming Investments you’ll be glad you made:
A monthly haircut and scalp massage. Regular haircuts aren’t just good for your style. They actually encourage healthy hair growth and prevent split ends. Scalp massages not only feel great, but they promote blood flow, redistribute oils, and promote hair growth and shine.
A pedicure every six weeks. Pedicures aren’t just to make your feet look good, they’re actually good for your health. Hard working men’s feet are breeding grounds for all kinds of bacteria that a quick shower doesn’t wash away. A pedicure will get rid of dirt and also remove build-up of dead skin, which can cause also sorts of problems. Professional nail clipping, which is hard to self-perform on your own toes, can prevent ingrown toenails.
Don’t shortchange your shaving routine. A good facial cleanser that doesn’t use harsh bar soap will help soften the protein in your beard. Lather up with shaving cream or gel and let it sit awhile so it can do it’s work. Invest in a good shaving brush to help distribute the cream and coat each hair of the beard. Shaving is a form of exfoliation and this helps keep the skin surface free of debris, dead cells and even helps prevent acne.
Porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers are the perfect smile improvement solution. They not only whiten teeth permanently, but they also correct chips, cracks and other imperfections.
Laser hair removal. Laser hair remove isn’t just for women. More men want to have chest and back hair thinned out but not necessarily removed completely. With a laser hair removal procedure, laser light energy penetrates the hair shaft to kill the hair root. It may 5 to 7 sessions to complete the hair removal process. Laser hair removal doesn’t kill the follicle so it is possible for another hair to grow in its place but this is usually minimal. Laser hair removal is long-lasting treatment. Touch-ups can be made on a yearly basis.Disclosure: this article may contain affiliate links. Read our ad and affiliate policies for more details.