19 Men’s Products To Up Your Grooming Game

Just say no to AXE body spray.

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1. Every Man Jack Body Wash, $5.00

 

These body washes not only smell GREAT, but are also natural based, containing no parabens, no phthalates, no dyes, and no sodium lauryl sulfate. But best of all, they come at a great price.

2. Kiehl’s Facial Fuel, $8-$30

Formulated with caffeine, this invigorating face wash is great for dull skin, and, bonus, the caffeine will give you a little pick-me-up during your morning routine.

3. Dr. Carver’s Easy Shave Butter, $8

For those with sensitive skin this is a terrific alternative to the creams and oils you might have tried and hated. It won’t leave your face greasy or dry, but smooth and refreshed.

4. Kiehl’s Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer, $20

Lack of sleep? Hungover? Use this cooling eye de-puffer to minimize those bags under your eyes to help you avoid showing up to the office looking like you’ve been up all night (even if you have).

5. Tom’s of Main Deodorant, $4

This deodorant is aluminum-free, propylene glycol-free, and, most important, long lasting.

Bonus: Because this deodorant is aluminum-free, it will help prevent getting the dreaded yellow pit stains on your T-shirts and shirts.

6. Baxter Of California Clay Pomade, $20

This medium-hold pomade works great on both thinning and thick hair, plus it has a matte finish that will give your hair a natural look.

7. Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Soap, $16

This organic soap is great as both a body wash and shampoo.

8. Sauvecito Pomade, $10-$12

If have you thick, straight hair — and even if you don’t — this is the pomade for you, since it comes in both “original” and “strong” holds. The fact that it is water soluble is an added bonus since you won’t be left washing it out days later, the way some other waxes tend to do.

9. MANGROOMER, $12

If you don’t own a trimmer like this already, immediately go out and purchase one, because chances are you have been walking around with gnarly nose hairs sticking out for some time. These are also great for trimming those unruly caterpillars you call eyebrows.

10. Yes To Facial Towelettes, $6

 

These hypoallergenic facial wipes are an easy way to get all the dirt and sweat off your face at the end of long day.

11. L’Oreal Paris EverStrong Sulfate-Free Conditioner and Shampoo, $6-$8

 

While not specifically made for men, these are still a great buy and will clean and condition your hair just as well as way more expensive brands. Plus, the rosemary mint scent in the conditioner will have your S.O. wanting to give you scalp massages all day every day.

12. Neutrogena Men Sensitive Skin Oil-Free Moisture, $7

A facial moisturizer that won’t leave your face greasy AND helps protect you from the sun? And for only $7? No excuses not to have this in your grooming arsenal.

13. Grave Before Shave Beard Oil, $12

If you are a man with the ability to grow a beard, then kudos to you. However, beard maintenance is not just the occasional trim but also keeping it healthy, so conditioning it is necessary. A few drops of beard oil massaged into it will keep your beard soft, promote hair growth, and keep the skin under it healthy.

14. Cetaphil, $9.50

Both non-comedogenic and non-irritating, this is the perfect face wash for anybody with sensitive skin. It’s also non-skin drying, making it ideal for winter months.

15. C.O. Bigelow Lip Balm, $7.50

Made with rich shea butter and cooling peppermint oil, this balm will leave your lips smooth and moist, but without the lip glossy-type shine of other balms.

16. Jack Black Clear Complexion Razor Bump & Acne Treatment, $25

If you suffer from razor bumps this is a great product to help fight them. Yeah, it is a little pricey but the fact that it also works as an acne treatment makes it a two-for-one.

17. O’Keeffe’s Working Hands Cream, $7

Sure, you can spend a lot more on fancy hand creams, but why not go with something that works just as well and at half the price? Made for people who work with their hands, this cream is odorless and greaseless and will take your hands from raw and red to smooth and rad.

18. Kiehl’s Body Scrub Soap, $14

Yes, this is a bit pricey, but if you have a chance to treat yourself, pick up one of these (extra large) bars of soap. With its refreshing scent, and formulated with oat bran, oat kernel, and pumice to help exfoliate dead skin cells — I guarantee you won’t regret it.

19. Harry’s Razor, $15-$25

Razors are not only utilitarian looking, they’re also EXPENSIVE (looking at you, Mach 3). Enter Harry’s with its attractive handle design and excellent German-engineered razor blades. But best of all, they’re low priced.

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