Hey folks, if you are anything like me, your skin wrecks havoc during the wintertime. Because of this, I thought I'd do a little share on how to keep looking good all year round. Hopefully it helps some of you. 1. Sugar! Sugar is great to use for exfoliation (removing dead skin cells). The first thing I use is brown sugar. Take a teaspoon of it and mix it with one tablespoon of petroleum jelly or any kind of lip product that you may have (carmex, blistex, etc). Rub this on your lips for about 15 seconds and wipe it off. Put some chapstick on afterwards, and your lips will be pillowy soft. Do it once or twice a week and you'll be amazed with the difference. Another great sugar tip is to take a couple tablespoons and mix it in with your body wash to exfoliate your skin. Regular sugar works great with this. 2. Hydrogen Peroxide. To keep your teeth looking white, swish some around your mouth once or twice a week for 15-30 seconds. It will fizz, it will taste raunchy, but you will see a difference. Don't use it too often, however, or it will weaken the enamel. 3. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize! For the softest feet ever, wipe petroleum jelly on your feet before bed. Put on some socks and go to sleep. When you wake up, your feet will be super soft. Wash off the residue and you're good to go. Moisturizing your face is the best thing you can do to keep looking good, whether you are a man or woman. After you've exfoliated your face, you will need a good moisturizer. Here's my little secret, and it will work great for men. Go to a cosmetics counter at your local mall. I recommend Lancome, Clinique or La Mer. Tell them you are looking to try a skincare regimen, but since you are new to this, you don't want to shell out hundreds or thousands for face creams until you can see them in action. Ask for some samples to take home. I have got hundreds of dollars worth of skincare that was perfect for my face this way! If one counter won't give you any, try another...and another until you have some goodies to use. Those samples can be pretty big and can last for a good while. Now, I know I'm not the only one with tips here, so I'd like to hear from others. How do you keep looking good on a budget?