Beautifying oneself is not exclusively for women of course, but men do have the right to do so but it is just it is not the favorite topic of men because they may look gayish if it is openly talked about. Furthermore, beautifying oneself is not always perceive as a vain thing but also a personal hygiene and personal responsibility to take care oneself wherein the reward is one’s handsome, beautiful, and gorgeous appearance or look, just like gorgeous men and women of the Philippines.
Their secrets of being beautiful is not actually a secret, it is just a good personal hygiene. According to an online survey, most Filipino men like their female counterpart, uses also natural shampoos and soaps for their hair and body, respectively. The most natural shampoo and soap brand they often use is the Palmolive Natural Shampoo and Soap, but some use the Ascend Natural Shampoo brand and Vicky Bello’s natural soap, particularly the Papaya one.
In terms of facial care, most Filipino men use the Cetaphil brand for their acnes and pimples and facial cleanser as well; but some also use Master Eskinol brand as their facial cleanser. Only few rich Filipino men go to facial centers for ultimate facial care because it is quite expensive.
However, Filipino men do go to parlors not only for haircuts but also for manicures and pedicures; even some go to foot spa for their feet.
Filipino men are also conscious of their boy figure wherein some have regimens in the gym, those who can afford it only.
These are just a handful of vanity products and regimens which most Filipino men use to beautify themselves. For there are some vanity products where rich Filipino men use which an ordinary Filipino men could not afford and not basically available on a local consortium market where most ordinary Filipino men have access to.