Unsure whether a male Basenoter may also post on this thread, without being too off-topic (considering that this post of mine should be far more on one of the "Male Grooming" threads), also if this involved indeed more male grooming, rather than beauty care and also if a guy who is not particularly metrosexual or dandified is supposed to write about this.
Yet, I do use quite a variety of both face and body creams, as well as lotions, cleansers, washes etc. on a daily basis. Given that I have a mixed skin on both face and body, as well as an age where grooming and care are not to be neglected by a man any longer (I'm 29 now), I do need product lines for the three major skin problems mixed type skins have to deal with: oiliness, a slight tendency towards irritation and also towards slight wrinkling.
Thus, I use on a daily basis:
For my face:
Alverde vegan aftershave balm (with little alcohol and lots of soothing aloe vera and ginseng extracts)
Anti-wrinkle eye cream by Cosmetic Plant, unscented and with Q10
Balancing and anti-impurities face cream with no parabens, for mixed-type skin, by Elmiplant
Moisturizing face cream for mixed-type skin with A, E and F vitamins, by Plant Activ
Aloe Vera soothing face gel with no parabens, by Herbagen
Skin perfecting cream, lightly toned, from the BB Skin Perfector series by Laboratoires Garnier
Vegan alpine rose night cream by Alverde
Vegan face wash with aloe vera and ginseng extracts by Alverde
Bio cleansing lotion by Yves Rocher
Paraben-free moisturizing lotion for mixed-type skin, by Elmiplant
(of course, the order in which I use them is entirely different, but I simply wrote it here as I remembered)
For body care:
Apart from the usual bar soaps and body washes, also after each shower or bath, a body cream and one-two body lotions, at least one of these products containing at least one of the three aforementioned vitamins and/or the co-enzyme Q10. Applying, after of course through washing and cleansing first, without being that much choosy here, the regular, easily available, affordable products by common brand like Nivea, Dove, Neutrogena being more than enough. A further advantage is that, on some of the possible application points for fragrance, scent's longevity is at least marginally increased, even if the body care product may not be neutral, yet lightly scented.
Furthermore, I hereby add that Elimplant, Herbagen, Cosmetic Plant, Plant Activ are simply affordable local Romanian brands, nothing special or outstanding, but pretty natural and (for now) doing the job, while Alverde is a slightly more organic, more premium in-house brand of the German cosmetic retail chain DM. Also, using the "sensitive" ranges of shaving products for my daily shave (including a pre-shave oil for sensitive skin and/or tough beard, since I have both problems), a face peeling/face mask at least within a few weeks, if not every week.
Most of the face products, even some of the body products contain some, albeit quite low, SPF. In addition to that, I like to keep my skin further moisturized by drinking plenty of mineral water, rich in, obviously, minerals and other nutrients.
Hope my list (albeit I don't use L'Occitane and other more upmarket brands for now) doesn't sound too much like the famous grooming routines described in both the book and the movie "American Psycho"...