It takes quite an effort for men to prepare their everyday looks. From perfectly styled hair to a well-picked outfit, a fresh appearance is necessary to help men feel confident throughout the day.
However, there are some factors that can spoil your fresh look such as stress, traffic, and now the summer heat.
The sweltering temperatures and the sticky feeling that comes with summer has left many men wondering how to stay fresh longer. How do you maintain the perfect "porma" once you step out of your home?
Gents, here are a few things worth noting.
1. Wear breathable clothing
Make sure your wardrobe includes a pick of stylish yet summer-friendly pieces. According to men's style website realmenrealstyle.com, the rule of the thumb is to pick clothes made from lightweight, natural fabric such as cotton and linen.
Heavy fabrics tend to cling to the skin and trap heat, causing you to sweat even more.
2. Stay hydrated
As you sweat due to the heat, make sure you stay hydrated and quench your thirst by drinking several glasses of water throughout the day. Being well hydrated keeps the body cool and makes the skin more radiant.
A tip: Invest in a good and reliable water bottle that can carry enough water to power you through your daily activities. Monitor your water intake by using apps available on your smartphone or online.
3. Keep a facial care cleanser in the bag
Staying fresh, cool, and confident amid the heat starts with the right lifestyle choices and the right skin regimen. Keep your skin clear and feeling refreshed by using Master Oil Control Max Facial Wash, which removes 95% excess oil with mineral clay. It removes deep-seated dirt and oil with anti-bacterial agents to help prevent pimples. Look “mas fresh, mas gwapo” without having to burn a hole in your pocket.
Master Oil Control Max Facial Wash and Master Whitening Plus are available at 20% off in Watsons stores from May 31 to June 2, 2019 only. Check out Watsons Facebook Page for more information.
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