Concealer for Men

  • stylestar1234

    Posts: 19

    May 02, 2016 8:56 PM GMT
    Okay, so growing up like most teens I suffered from acne and breakouts, but unlike women who were able to cover up blemishes with makeup, us guys were not so fortunate.

    While the days of acne and breakouts are thankfully a distant memory, many still suffer from the occasional attack of the pimples. But don't fret there is help and it comes by way of concealer for men, formulated to withstand the higher oil output of men's skin.

    Camo Concealer comes in a range of shades for all skin tones.


    I have also posted the link below for those interested in trying this product.

  • BloodFlame

    Posts: 1768

    May 02, 2016 8:59 PM GMT
    It'sp retty much 2016 and I think that if wearing a little concealer helps a guy feel more confident when he's out and about, I say go for it. It doesn't necessarily mean the guy hates himself, it just means he wants to have a more cleaner look on his face and since acne tends to pop up at random and they can take a while to replenish, I think it's perfectly fine to cover them if you choose to do so.

    Same with scarring, eye bags/dark circles, and so on. Sure, you should get more sleep but sometimes, it's not possible, especially for people who work graveyard-to overnight jobs.
  • 24hourguy

    Posts: 354

    May 03, 2016 1:17 PM GMT
    I use a sunscreen that has a tint to it. I mix a bit into my moistureizer, goes on very light and just evens out my skin-tone
  • Wendigo9

    Posts: 426

    May 04, 2016 5:37 AM GMT
    Two things, wash your face at the end of each day, and use OXY if you still have acne
  • stylestar1234

    Posts: 19

    May 04, 2016 7:08 AM GMT
    Wendigo9 saidTwo things, wash your face at the end of each day, and use OXY if you still have acne

    Yes, it is very important to wash your face, not only at the end of the day but at the start as well.

    Products like Oxy can tend to dry out your skin, so it is important to also moisturize.
  • secondstartot...

    Posts: 1310

    May 04, 2016 7:42 AM GMT
    I used to use a lot of product when I was younger ..especially when going out , I advise to choose something matte and as close to your skin colour as possible ...and blend blend blend blend

    also a healthy diet is important
    if you are at acne age ... harsh face washes tend to dry your skin out which is having a hard time regulating itself to begin with so it goes bananas and you actualy get more greasy and the acne is worse you really need a light calming moisturiser preferably with an spf built in after you cleanse

    you can be as rugged as you like you dont have to have bad skin

  • interestingch...

    Posts: 694

    May 06, 2016 6:58 PM GMT
    Covering up your spots will only make them worse, you need to let your skin breath, use castor oil in the evening when you know you aren't going anywhere, dab the spots with it, to clean off, use sodium bicarbonate and warm water, also use Castile soap, its a very old German Jewish soap made from various oils such as hemp, almond oil etc, its great, I have amazing skin because of it and I'm 42. Make sure you are eating right, plenty of fruit and vegetables, nothing fried or fast food, fresh and organic is the way to go. Also plenty of water to flush out toxins, sunshines good and don't use sunscreen, it blocks the pores, just don't burn, if you do, use organic apple cider vinegar, it takes the burn out and soothes the skin.
    If you have acne scars then use castor oil in bigger quantities, maybe use large band aids soaked in it and leave on over night, remember its oil and stains all material so use very old bedding incase it leaks out of the band aid.
    Let me know how you get on with it and good luck
  • Apparition

    Posts: 3484

    May 07, 2016 3:22 AM GMT
    men have had concealer for decades....