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Three New Men Gel Moisturizers to try out this Summer by Didier Young

For those of you living south of the Canadian borders, you have most likely started feeling the wondrous effects of spring. With every garden filled with beautiful flowers, the ability to finally shed layers of clothing and feel the sun on your skin, it also means that it’s time to change your skincare routine to adapt to the warmer weather. If you are anything like me, then even your face tends to sweat in the summer. My winter routine of rich moisturizers do not help with this condition either and coupled with an additional layer of sunscreen, my face often creates the illusion that it is melting in the sun by midday. My go-to during the sweltering weather are face gels and i recently tested out three of them that recently launched on the Canadian market.

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Sunscreens to Try Out This Summer by Didier Young

A few days back, I was walking back to my apartment when I noticed something that caught the corner of my eye: The magnolia trees were starting to bloom. Often one of the first ones to show their buds at the beginning of the season of renewal, magnolias are a far better indicator of the coming of spring than groundhogs are. Spring is a season of regrowth, with trees starting to coat themselves in a bright green duvet of young leaves and all the flowers start to bloom. As it is often the case in the law of the universe, when you get more of something you are meant to balance it out with less of something else. The more flowers start to bloom, the less clothing we seem to wear. With the higher percentage of exposed skin surface to the dangerous UV rays of the sun, it is time to start thinking about sun care.

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