Professionals will say it is important to keep the skin moisturized and protected to ward off premature skin aging, stop wrinkles from settling in, and prevent sun damage.
These are not necessarily on every guy’s radar. Hear from a sceptic that tried moisturising:
“I’ve been using a moisturiser every day for the last two weeks, and I’ve noticed a huge difference in how my skin looks and feels. It’s not “magic,” but it is a subtle, yet noticeable improvement. My skin doesn’t feel dry or tight after I wash it, it’s noticeably softer and more supple, and the fine lines of my brow and under my eyes are much less noticeable.”
Dennis Green, Business Insider.
The Marram Co moisturisers are totally natural. No parabens, no artificial chemicals, no synthetic stuff; just the highest quality natural ingredients and essential oils from hand-picked organic farms across the world.
Camellia Oil & Abyssinian Oil
They’re full of vitamin E and Omega 3 & 6 which help collagen production, makes your skin more elastic and reduces the look of fine lines. They’re also excellent hydrators and full of anti-oxidants. The molecules of these oils are so small that the moisturiser is absorbed immediately deep into the skin without any greasy feeling at all on the skin surface.
The Juniper, Blood Orange and Black Pepper essential oils give the moisturiser a subtle, uplifting scent and they have detoxifying, anti-inflammatory and hydrating properties too.
We would recommend using it twice a day on clean skin to nourish and protect your face and neck. It is a perfect way to finish your Marram Co Shave.
Natural UV Absorbers are the latest technology in sun protection popular on the west coast of America. SPFs create an artificial blanket across the skin that protect against UV but also stops the absorption of the other beneficial ingredients. UV Absorbers literally stop the UV from getting past the top layer of skin thus stopping sun burn and long-term ageing but they also allow the rest of the ingredients to have their therapeutic and nourishing effect on the many layers of skin below.