#Daddyskincare w/ Greg Millwood
Millwood shows off the skincare products he swears by.

Moisturiser

I love the Cetaphil Pro Restoraderm Eczema Soothing Moisturizer.

Sunblock

As a developer, I’m constantly in the sun, so sunblock is something I use religiously. The Cetaphil SPF 40 works best for my skin.

Lotion

The Lubriderm Daily Moisture Lotion for normal to dry skin works best and keeps my skin hydrated all day despite being in the sun.

Cologne

I don’t leave the house without using cologne. My favourites are the Maison Francis Kurkdijian Baccarat Rouge 540 and the Oud Satin mood.

Greg Millwood’s skincare essentials include the Urban Skin Rx Clear Skin Cleansing Bar, Cetaphil Pro Restoraderm Eczema Soothing Moisturizer, and Cetaphil Daily Hydrating Lotion.
Greg Millwood and his son Carter<strong id="strong-3">.</strong>
Lubriderm Daily Moisture Lotion Normal to Dry Skin<strong id="strong-4">.</strong>
The Cetaphil Daily Hydrating Lotion is one of Millwood’s faves.
Cetaphil Pro Restoraderm Eczema Soothing Moisturizer<strong id="strong-6">.</strong>
Millwood’s signature scents Maison Francis Kurkdijan Baccarat Rouge 540 and Oud Satin Mood.

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