How Often Should I Wash My Face?

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Face washing is one of the most underrated parts of grooming. Now understandably, not all of us struggle with clear skin-- but regardless, everyone still has to deal with all those environmental nasties like pollutants, allergens and micro-creepy-crawlies (bacteria). So even if you’re blessed by the skin gods (lucky you), your face is still a warzone of grossness.  This truth raises a common question for most guys: how often should I wash my face? Here’s our basic guidelines.

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How to Prevent Dry Skin in the Winter

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Winter and dry skin have always been the infamous duo. But when we’re fanning through fresh powder and taking in all that pristine icy wilderness, our looks aren’t exactly at the forefront of our thoughts. Still, as any adventurer knows, the winter wreaks havoc on your skin. It can get dry, itchy and for some, even rashy. So if you don’t have a reliable skin routine, it’s better late than never to start showing your skin some love. Let’s look at the four key ways to prevent dry skin when snowboarding, skiing, or venturing outdoors in winter.

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Best Hairstyles for Guys with Big Ears

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A man’s hair is his inner lion, and somehow, intrinsically linked to his confidence. Yet, when you’ve got some insecurity about sizeable ears, it can really put a damper on an otherwise chest-beating type of feel-good day. And in all likelihood, you’re probably just wearing the wrong hairstyle or hair products for your facial features.

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Traveling? Don’t Leave These 7 Essential Grooming Items Behind

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Who doesn’t love to travel? Whether you’re finally setting off on that long-overdue holiday or heading out for yet another business trip, new sights and sounds await on the other side – and those are always worth looking forward to.

Seeing new corners of an ever-expanding world, sharing new experiences with new friends, and coming home with new stories: Traveling allows us a chance to both bust out of our comfort zones and embrace the fullness of life, too.

Booking that boarding pass is the first step in a two-pronged journey, writes Lisa Mercer in USA Today. There’s the outer odyssey, where you thrust yourself into a new place, exposed to new things – and a deeper, more complex, inner excursion, too. What you learn while there – about the world, and about your own perspective of it – can stay with you for years.

Why? Your mind is an elastic, adaptable muscle, and exposing it to new sensations can help it grow. In fact, recent research published in The Atlantic suggests that new sensations spark a variety of new synapses in the brain – and may in fact revitalize the mind.

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Thirteen Reasons Why Cast...Thirteen Years Later

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