Colección: Skin care for men's skin

Skincare for men: The perfect skincare routine

Your beard is more than just hair on your face. It fulfills important functions such as protecting you from the sun, keeping you warm in winter and even filtering pollutants from the air. At the same time, it is exposed to various stresses, be it from environmental influences, food or skin perspiration. It is therefore crucial to give it the appropriate attention and care.

Skin care for men plays a crucial role in this. The dry air in the office, cold and pollutants can take their toll on even the most resilient men's skin. To keep your skin young and healthy for longer, it is advisable to start a suitable skincare routine today. I'll show you how you can get off to the best possible start with MADEMEN BASIC products.

MADEMEN BASIC products are specially designed to meet the needs of men's skin. They are pH-neutral and free from silicones, parabens, microplastics, mineral oils and classic sulphate. They are also produced without animal testing, so you are not only making a good choice for your skin, but also for the environment.

Take proper care of yourself, man!

Regular care is essential for beautiful, radiant and well-groomed skin, even if it's just the minimum, such as cleansing and moisturizing. Fortunately, it is no longer considered unmanly to take care of your skin. However, as men's skin has special needs, products tailored to these needs should be used.

Beard shampoo: In contrast to conventional shampoos, beard shampoos are specially formulated to meet the needs of beard hair and the skin underneath. They cleanse gently without drying out the skin and ensure smooth, fragrant beard hair.

Beard oil: This versatile care product is not just for beard care, but also for the skin underneath. It moisturizes, reduces itching and dandruff and gives the beard a well-groomed shine;

Beard balm: This product is not only intended for grooming, but also for styling. It nourishes the beard hair, gives it hold and shapes the beard according to your own ideas.


Beard comb and beard brush: An absolute must for you as a beard wearer. These tools help you to detangle and shape your beard and distribute oil or balm evenly. A neatly combed beard not only looks well-groomed, but also feels pleasant to the touch. You can also remove dead skin flakes and loose beard hairs when combing and brushing.

Beard scrub: Dead skin cells can make your beard look dull. Regular exfoliation keeps the skin underneath fresh and healthy. It ensures better blood circulation and promotes the growth of healthy beard hair.

Beard care sets: These sets offer everything from a single source and are ideal for you as a beginner or as a gift. They often contain a selection of care products such as beard oil, beard balm, shampoo and sometimes tools such as a comb or brush. A beard care set makes grooming easier and ensures that you have all the necessary products to hand.

Say goodbye to razor burn: post-shave skin care for men

Razor burn is a common problem that many men experience after shaving. It occurs when the skin is irritated and inflamed, often as a reaction to shaving.

To prevent razor burn, it is important to use a gentle shaving technique and take proper care of the skin before and after shaving. Using a high-quality aftershave, such as aftershave balm, can help to soothe and hydrate the skin.

Aftershaves often contain soothing ingredients such as chamomile, aloe vera or allantoin, which can help to reduce skin irritation and regenerate the skin.

In addition, aftershaves can have a cooling effect that refreshes and revitalizes the skin after shaving. By applying an aftershave balm after every shave, you can effectively prevent razor burn and provide lasting care for your skin.

Is skincare different for men than for women?

In a nutshell: Yes, it is. On average, men's skin is 15 to 20 percent thicker and contains more collagen and lipids than women's skin.

As a result, it is often less sensitive and wrinkles usually appear later. However, due to the hormone testosterone, men produce more sebum, about twice as much as women's skin.

For this reason, men's skin tends to be more oily, with larger pores and more frequent blemishes. Daily shaving is another specific stress factor for men's skin.


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