Men are becoming more open about looking after their appearance nowadays and Hollywood's leading men are heading up the pack. Brad Pitt, Dwayne Johnson, Tom Cruise and Jonny Depp all have their skin in great condition despite their ages, with many not afraid to share those tips on their social media platforms.
Skincare might sometimes sound a bit daunting; moisturisers, beard oils, face washes. If shaving cream is as far as you've gone into the skincare world - or even if you're already into it, and you're looking to improve your skincare regime - fear not. Bear in mind these simple strategies and you'll be well on the way.
Over the next few months, many Australians' attention will turn to what a past marketing campaign once described as 'The Clashes for the Ashes'. Once England's cricketers have landed on our shores, to the usual kind and friendly welcome, you can soon expect to hear phrases such as 'hard-nosed bowlers'
The truth is, men are prone to the same issues as women when it comes to their skin. Age and exposure to the sun can have a negative impact on the health and condition of their skin, but so can shaving daily, which can be more of an issue for men than women because the face is more visible.
Ageing is a fact of life and something that both men and women dread as they get older. Whilst wrinkles and grey hairs will gradually appear on both sexes, much to your chagrin, we look at three ways that ageing affects men and women differently.