I'm not a specialist, I can only speak from personal experience, researching and going to the dermatologist for a decade now.
I'd make sure that at your night routine (if you do that) your skin is really clean, a double cleansing perhaps would help. Maybe also a toner for your skin type.
We have a similar age and I noticed this year that, my under the eye skin is changing, so I'd consider an eye cream, especially because you're white.
I also noticed that when I apply cream at night, instead of serums, my skin just feels and looks better.
And, if you can, treat yourself to a good sheet mask once a week. The way I do it is, I put it in the fridge, leave it there for a while, make sure is cold enough, wash my face and just chill is my mask on.
Showering before and after is being presented as the maximal option here. But how about:
1. Each partner briefly showers.
2. Share a bath together in a beautiful outsized copper bathtub, with a bottle of champagne, slowly getting used to each others' intimacy.
3. Go to the bedroom to have sex once it feels right.
4. Shower again, washing each other tenderly.
5. Take advantage of one's newly clean state to put on fresh pyjamas and laze around together.
Most of the year, I keep my beard pretty short (~1 - 2 cm), so I just shampoo/condition it with my hair. Over the summer holidays, though, I usually let my beard grow out, and then I do use beard balm.
I find it keeps my beard much softer. It also seems to make it a little easier to manage; without it, my hair immediately curls in every direction and looks even thinner than it actually is.
I don't know what the ingredients are, but I assume it's mostly just a hydrophobic barrier to keep the hairs from drying out. If you have a somewhat longish beard and it's not as soft as you like or it's not growing as long as you'd like, I say try it out. Note, you only need the tiniest amount, so it usually lasts a good while.
You have to find a sport or activity that works for you. Help you keep active even if it is just to improve your health. Another thing is finding a diet or style of eating that works for you. Piece by piece changing your diet and habits in order to make them healthier.
After that the weight should slowly decrease. But I suggest you focus more in improving the way you feel and your well being.
People still practice it, mostly religious groups from around the globe. I know that in africa, it was done for initiation into manhood, however people bled to death, men and women, because at that time, science/medical sources weren't available.
Virginity is really a personal thing in terms of how much stock you choose to put in the word. Some, because of religion or personal belief, want to save it for that special someone as the ultimate gift and proof of commitment. Others believe it is just an over-hyped term that keeps people from gaining practical sexual experiences with regards to penetration sex. It all depends on how strongly you feel about your want to have a sexual performance before marriage/find your forever-person.
For me, I remember being nervous my first time being fucked. It wasn't because I was about to lose my virginity; rather, I was more worried about how painful it might be. For me, virginity was just a word that basically labeled me as an inexperienced sexual being. As I didn't want to be sexually inexperienced, I wasn't all that hard-up about having some random be my first.
Though to be honest, I find virginity to also be an emotional aspect rather than just physical. In that respect, I have given away my physical virginity but have yet found someone to emotionally let go during intercourse. Don't know if that makes sense to some of you, but that's how I feel on it.