5 things you shouldn’t forget this SWC

Cape Town - Since the 2014 Soccer World Cup kick-off, there’s been a spike in beer consumption, a decrease in physical activity and more face paint than the Cirque Du Soleil.

All these factors can be detrimental to your skin’s condition, so we got MANBOX to weigh in on how to avoid a breakout and still show your support.

Cleanse your clown
That face paint can clog your pores and dry out your skin. Wash your face after watching your team dominate with Game Day Shower Gel – it’ll clean your face and body better than a Stevie G pass would through the midfield.

Don’t crack up
It may be monsoon season in Brazil, but not here in SA. Keep your face from cracking up like the Spanish defence against the Dutch attack with Vaseline MENface Face Eventone SPF Moisturiser, it’s tactically as good as Van Gaal.

Treat injuries
You don’t want your World Cup dreams dashed before finishing the pool games, so give those aching muscles a good rub down after the game. Fist pumps in the living room can be as effective as squats in the gym. Use Bee Natural Muscle Rub and keep your spirits up even if you drew Bosnia and Herzegovina in the office bet.

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