Men's Outdoor Skincare Essentials- with Just Herbs

Men's Outdoor Skincare Essentials- with Just Herbs

Taking part in outdoor activities is always a fun and exciting experience. Whether it is indulging in your favorite sports for hours or going for your daily Sunday hikes into the wilderness, spending time outdoors is both healthy for your body and mind. However, it's important to remember your skin when you head outside. You need a skincare routine to match your healthy, youthful lifestyle, especially if you spend so much time outdoors. Men who love the great outdoors can keep their skin looking its best by choosing the right men's skincare essentials. Below are a few tips for men who love the outdoors:

● Do not skip sunscreen

In a recent survey, it was discovered that women use sunscreen three times more than men. There are only 18% of men who regularly apply sunscreen before spending an hour or more in the sun. Their skin can be severely damaged by this. By using sunscreen regularly, you reduce the chances of developing skin cancer by 50%. Additionally, it protects against age spots, wrinkles, and leathery skin.

Just herbs recommendation: Our Sun’nil Jojoba-Grapeseed Moisturizing Sun Protection Lotion, ideal herbal sunscreen for normal and dry skin with 2-in-1 broad-spectrum physical sun protection.

● Mild face wash

Its important not to let sweat, oils, and debris clog your pores, as this could result in acne and a dull complexion. Use a mild and natural face wash like our Silksplash Rehydratant Face Wash, which is our best-selling and most iconic face wash. It is formulated with mild herbal ingredients. This face wash removes even stubborn dirt. If you find it difficult to find products, we have curated the best products in one place with our Just Herbs Skincare Basics for an Outdoor Lifestyle. Featuring essential skincare products for a healthy complexion, this collection is a must-have for your daily skincare regimen.

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