Our Six-Step Guide To Help You Maintain Your Mo This Movember
Maintaining a beard is tough, but keeping a moustache up to scratch is even tougher. Quite literally – there’s nothing worse than an itchy ‘stache. We’re here to help you survive through the month of Movember, with our guide to keeping your mo in-check.
Nivea Men Deep Clean Face Wash
Step 1: To sport the ultimate stache is to start with a face wash. A facial cleanser is the gateway for taking better care of your skin. You should wash your face twice a day—morning and night—to remove oil, dirt, and dead skin cells.
LongMarket Barber Shaving cream
Step 2: Look forward to a smooth glide with this lightweight, conditioning shaving cream. Lather it on to clean, wet skin before shaving. Rinse, then splash with cool water.
Gillette Mach3 Manual Razor Sensitive
Step 3: When it comes to a close shave, a quality razor is vital. We like Gillette’s MACH 3 which has a strip of built-in lubrication to keep skin soft as you shave and leave you free of redness.
Also try, the Gillette Shaving Cream to ensure a smooth shave.
Bump Patrol Face & Head Moisturiser
Step 4: After you wash your face, apply a face moisturiser. Don’t use a body lotion on your face, its to thick. This mosituriser contains SPF to help protect your head and skin against sun damage and smooth out razor bumps.
Ben Cohen Moustache and Beard Scissors
Step 5: For the ultimate moustache maintenance, you’ll need small trimming scissors and a mini comb. These scissors with sharp, straight blades offer precise trimming and it’ll be much easier to get the hair above your lip just right.
L’Oreal Men Expert Barber Club Short Beard Oil
Step 6: Beard oil’s not just for beards. It’s for moustaches, too. Especially if you’ve never grown one before and are about to dive in for a good cause.