Here’s How To Help Dad Look Younger All Year Long

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Father’s Day is right around the corner and chances are you’re not even close to prepared for it. Don’t worry, you definitely are not alone when it comes to this. So many people wait until the last minute to buy Father’s Day gifts. The good news is that there are plenty of options out there. However, if you really want to impress your dad this year, then get him something that’s going to help him look younger.

Most people think that men don’t care as much about their personal appearance. It’s stereotypical of people to think that way. The truth is, a lot of men do care about their appearance. They too want to attempt to defy the process of aging and beat the odds. There are a few ways in which this can be accomplished and with a little bit of help from you, he’ll be younger looking for sure.

Men like to get pampered too and if you’re looking for some ideas, this should help get your brain thinking creatively on what to buy dad to celebrate his day.

Anti Aging Gifts For Dad
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While the options may be quite limited in comparison to what’s out there for women, you’ve got to realize that plenty of options still exist out there today. I’ll do my best to run through them.

Take The Gray Away

Most men either go bald, go gray, or they have to deal with both issues. Adding a small pigment of color to your hair can help restore the natural color and reduce the number of gray hairs. The salt and pepper look makes you look younger and it’s often a confidence booster. I’d definitely suggest taking this approach versus going with the typical full force dye. That can be a pain to upkeep and dad isn’t going to want to deal with all that. Find a product that helps eliminate gray hair without drastically changing natural hair color.

Full Head Of Hair

Speaking of hair, there’s a good chance that father’s across the United States have less and less full hair today than they did yesterday. My suggestion would be to get dad something that can help improve the volume of his hair to make it look full again. There are hair conditioner products that do nothing but this and they supposedly work quite well.

Think about buying the Bumble and bumble Full Potential Hair Preserving Conditioner or maybe even a set for him. Another option would be to go with the Nioxin shampoo. Now, if your father has a full head of hair and you want to take the DIY approach, then just whip up a batch of baking soda shampoo. The fact that you put work into making it for him might put a smile on his face.

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Reduce Wrinkles and Dark Circles

Now, this one is tricky but it’s also the area where you’re going to have the most options in terms of buying something for Father’s Day. Chances are your dad hasn’t bought anything to fight off those wrinkles and dark circles under his eyes since you last picked something up for him. THat’s because he relies on you to keep him young looking! Now, if that’s the case, I’m going to suggest that you pick up a high-quality face moisturizer that he can use daily. Find one that contains SPF and is not too oily. Chances are he’ll use whatever you get him, so be sure it’s a good one.

The last thing I can suggest picking up is an under eye cream. There are so many on the market that I truly don’t know where to start. My advice would be to go super high end if possible.

See also: Best Eye Cream

Splurge for dad if you can and he’ll appreciate it. After all, you’re probably the reason that he’s aged so much! Just kidding! Have a great weekend and good luck shopping!

Here’s How To Help Dad Look Younger All Year Long
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Brandon Sirrico is a well-versed marketing expert with a background in finance. He holds an MBA from Florida International University and an undergrad from Northeastern. A former bodybuilder, he's a dedicated gym rat who provides many updates on health and diet as well as reactions to trending skin care topics.

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