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Summer is quickly coming to an end and the days are slowly becoming shorter. This means our time in the sunshine is quickly diminishing by the day. Soon it will be the middle of the autumnal seasons, where we search for that lovely sunshine through the falling leaves. For a lot of us, it seems that the idea of SPF protection applies for only the hot, or summer months. This is a false truth and something you should rid yourself of following, because UV rays are present ALL year round gentlemen. We still receive sunlight throughout the year, regardless of the season and it can still be damaging to your skin, be it on a bright or dull day. The rate of UV doesn’t depend of how bright the sunshine seems to be during the day.

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Posted in News Science By Tommy Cooper - Men's Skin Care Blogger

Tricopigmentation is the temporary hairline recovery procedure, which is similar, yet different to its alternative procedure, Micropigmentation. There are pros and cons for both and each one equally weights out the other. But we are focusing on the semi-permanent treatment which is available across many specialised clinics. This procedure was introduced after the Micropigmentation procedure took storm. Tricopigmentation offers its clients the option to ‘trial’ out the effects from microdot cosmetic procedure. Because it is temporary, the pigment will fade, much quicker than the more permanent option and touch-ups can be between 12-18 months. Should you feel this is the right procedure for you, you could then investigate the more permanent Micropigmentation procedure and what that could do for you. The overall effect is more or least the same, just a difference really in pigments and length on how often you should need to touch-up any treatments done to keep your hairline in top form.

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Posted in News Science By Alex Dalley

If your skin’s in a rut and your standard face cream and male grooming routine just isn’t cutting it, sometimes you need to bring in the big guns. Step forward a carefully designed array of concentrated boosters for men’s skin. Containing the latest in skin technology, these boosters are essentially super charged skin care products for men that are designed to shift your skin’s recovery from zero to sixty in seconds. Here are 4 specialist boosters brought to you by skin care brand Dermalogica.

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Posted in News Science By Tommy - Men's Skin Care Blogger

You’ve probably heard the term ‘toner’ floating around and it’s a product that should be included if you are serious about looking after your skin. Yes, it is an extra step to take in the morning/evening, but the results outweigh the effort of actually applying it. Let’s break down why a toner deserves a place in your skincare regime with these beneficial points in the list below:

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Posted in News Science By Thomas Benjamin Cooper - Male Skin Care Blogger

Dermalogica are a brand that have been operating within the skin care market for over two decades. During that time they have developed an extensive range of luxury and high performance formulas, dedicated to each skin type. In our latest male skin care blog, we talk through five of their best facial cleansers, in the hope of pointing you towards a potentially game-changing product to build your routine around.

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Posted in News Science By Thomas Benjamin Cooper - Male Skin Care Blogger

The thought of losing your hair is enough reason to give anyone an uncomfortable feeling in their gut. The thinning of your hair can be a daunting transition for many of us guys, but it doesn’t need to bring your confidence, character and life to a grinding halt. There are multiple cutting-edge procedures available to us (and women too) to allow us to dispel and reverse the effects. It is normal to feel you are suffering alone, but it shouldn’t be the normal. You’d be surprised at how many people are affected with some form of hair loss and we should be educating each other and using these social platforms to make it an easier topic to talk about. Why are we suffering in silence?

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Posted in News Science By Thomas Benjamin Cooper - Men's Skin Care Blogger

The Five Different Skin Types

24 Apr 2019 08:30:24

Your skin is your bodies largest organ and here’s why you should be looking after it correctly. Your skin acts as a barrier against bacteria, allergens and viruses. Without it, well… you’d be a gloopy mess. As it holds your body together, regulating your temperature, it controls the sensations related to touch, pressure and pain. Keeping your skin thoroughly hydrated will ensure its performance is optimal.

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Posted in News Science By Thomas Benjamin Cooper - Men's Skin Care Blogger

Our skin reacts to pretty much every environmental factor operating in our day to day lives - that is just a fact! From what we consume, the environment and to what we put onto our skin can - it can call affect the biggest organ in our bodies quite dramatically. One overlooked aspect is the hardness of water. By this, I mean those unfortunate enough to live in areas where your water leaves a build-up of residue. If you’re aware of this, you may have noticed it inside your kettle and in your sinks and showers. This horrible white residue of minerals that takes hours to scrub off doesn’t just sit in these places alone. Quite worryingly, you’ll also find traces of it on your skin, if you shower without a soft water shower head filtering system. If you’ve ever had a bath or shower and felt your skin was often dry or itchy afterwards, this might be the overlooked reason as to why your skin is reacting. Anyone prone to breakouts will see this a lot too! You know what I’m talking about - that itchy mineral is deposited onto the skin when washing the face and if left to air dry onto the skin, will sit there all day long. Invisible to the naked eye, this is something to bear in mind if you are finding that you are continually breaking out, even with the use of anti-blemish skincare ranges. If you’ve noticed your skin is uncomfortable and you’ve not considered the water, you are washing yourself with, it might be wise to investigate it. You’ll find hard water contains deposits from Limestone and Chalk amongst others.

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Posted in News Science By Thomas Benjamin Cooper - Men’s Skincare Specialist

Caffeine infused grooming products are well known for energizing your skin care routine, as well as helping awaken your skin after a heavy night out on the town or burning the midnight oil. Caffeine itself is a central nervous stimulant and when consumed in safe dosages can offer a whole host of health benefits, including reducing the risk of cancer and diabetes. Whilst most guys use caffeine to drag their lazy asses out of bed in the morning, more and more modern day men are quickly coming to realise that it brings so much more than that to the party. Besides giving your mornings a thrust in the right direction, implement caffeine into your skin care routine and you’ll wonder how you ever managed without it.

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Posted in Science By Jonny Foreman - Grooming Guru

Hyaluronic Acid may be a cosmetic ingredient you are familiar with gentlemen. However, if you’re not, you’ll rarely see it utilized better than in MMUK MAN’s Hyaluronic Acid moisturiser, which is why in the past 12 months, the popularity of this product has sky rocketed. Hyaluronic Acid deserves its place amongst the grooming elite, due to its superior anti-ageing properties and its ability to suit any skin type. Delivering smooth and healthy looking skin, day in, day out, this champion moisturiser will prove to be one of your staple bathroom products for years to come, whilst its Hyaluronic Acid presence super charges your skin to never before seen heights.

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Posted in Science Reviews By Alex Dalley - Male Grooming Expert

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