The Best Skincare Products for Men

When it comes to men, sometimes they get the value of private label skincare products, and sometimes they don t. One man can have a daily grooming routine complete with his favorite skincare product, while another can barely muster the desire to apply some chapstick. Though culturally it s more accepted for women to pay attention to the health of their skin, the reality is that men need good skincare too! All of us could use some extra care and protection when it comes to our skin and the aging process. We don t all have to use the same products or like the same scents, but all of us benefit from regular use of high integrity private label skincare products. Here s what we recommend for the men folk:

Beard oil: If he s got facial hair, beard oil is a must! And the best part of it is that it s not just for the beard. See, when a man applies his beard oil to protect, nourish and even style his facial hair, the oils in the product don t just stop at the hairs. They go onto and into the skin! This is a good thing for a number of reasons. One being that it can end up being a 2-in-1 kind of product that takes care of his facial hair and skin at the same time. And two being that by selecting a beard oil with highly nourishing and therapeutic oils, it will be that much better for both his facial hair and his skin. And because private label beard oils typically contain oils that aren t too heavy, he won t have to worry about breaking out.

Moisturizing Scrub: A moisturizing scrub does two things at the same time: it scrubs away dead skin and hydrates the fresh new skin beneath. It s better than just doing one or the other, makes his life easier because it does two things at the same time, and it leaves his skin happy, supple and clean. It doesn t strip the way harsh soaps do, but if it contains oils like coconut, and even essential oils, that are naturally antibacterial, then his skin will get a gentle and effective botanically powered cleaning as well. Not to mention that regularly removing dead and dried out skin cells from the surface of his skin leaves it better able to absorb the other private label skincare ingredients he puts onto it- like the oils from his moisturizing scrub.

Back to blog