He’s dashing, sensitive and a gift to all humankind, but you and I know that the guy who puts a twinkle in our toes still has a thing or two to learn about the art of good grooming. Show him that, contrary to what he might think, plucking ear hairs does not constitute a personal beauty regime. Get him on the road to a cleaner demeanor with these manly goods.
the one-bottle man
You know he’s gonna do it anyway — use one bottle for lathering up his hair, face and body (how boring is that?) so you may as well give in. With these all-in-ones, he can wash up from head to toe in one clean shot.
A three-in-one wonder for his face, hair and body.
Contains essential oils for an invigorating clean and shiny hair.
Thoroughly conditions his hair and his bod leaving a touch of fragrance.
Ah, the days of the weekly barbershop visit…when guys actually paid a professional for a shave and a haircut. These classic wares are perfect for the guy who likes to do things the old-fashioned way.
Pure badger hair brushes work up a rich lather for a clean shave.
A barbershop trio of shampoo, conditioner and styling gel in a pinewood box.
Used in originally in The Art of Shaving Barber Spa, these single-dose treatments soothe his skin after shaving.
the closet spa boy
Closest to my heart (because I live with one) is the guy who’s not afraid to try something that might be construed as girlie. With a little instruction, he’ll be a full-fledged spa boy in no time.
An exfoliating scrub that help keep his skin clear of blemishes.
All a guy needs to wash, scrub, tone, shave and soothe packaged in a two-compartment bag.
no rope, just soap
And if all else fails, get him to trade in his drying volcano soap for a kinder, gentler body lather like these.
This manly black bar contains Dead Sea mud, oatmeal and aloe extracts.
Not is standard bar soap but soothing enough to get him hooked.
Loaded with exfoliating properties, this soap will leave his skin super clean.