Ageing is one of those things that you pray won’t happen but come to recognize as inevitability. That doesn’t mean you can’t take steps to stem the tide. Sure, it’s impossible to stop time, but you can press pause on your skin’s apparent aging. For all of you men, it’s not about looking 20 years younger. It’s about looking healthy and rested and the best version of you.
Here you are some the most obvious signs of ageing and solutions about how you late signs.
Men fear going grey even more than they fear baldness or being overweight. But while dyeing hair might seem like the obvious remedy, for men it’s fraught with difficulty. The solution is using a fine comb to subtly blend color into areas of the hair that have lost their color. That will give you more natural look than applying dye to the whole head.
Men’s skin tends to age more slowly than women’s. But once a man hits his forties, and the ageing process really kicks in, the signs can be a lot more noticeable. To late your wrinkles you need to know your skin aging enemies. They are the sun, smoking, stress, sugar and alcohol.
Beginning from the scalp, gently pull a small hank of hair all the way to the tips of the hair. If more than six hairs come out, you have a thinning problem. The best cut for thinning hair is the classic short back and sides with a bit of texture added to the top.
The little clusters of melanin are a dead giveaway of your age. Numerous products exist to help fade the spots, but they often take months of continued use to reap benefits. This is why prevention is always better than cure. The best prevention is a usual use of a sunscreen and face scrubs.