By Elise French
Gone (thankfully!) are the days where masculinity meant grungy dressing, messy hair and dirty fingernails Guys may not be “product junkies” (or at least might not want to admit that they are!), but certain skin and hair care products should be part of every man’s morning/before-going-out routine. Here are five practical, not-too-girlie choices from LUSH:
Daddy-O Shampoo ($9.95 3.3 oz/ $19.95 8.4 oz/ $29.95 16.9 oz): Lather up the purple violet scented bubbles to disappear dullness and add sumptuous shine. Lemon infusion and lime juice cleanse and brighten while seaweed infusion adds softness. Perfect for those turning gray as well as blondes who want to banish brassiness.
The Guv’ner ($9.95 for 1.4oz): The latest addition to LUSH’s natural deodorant range is packed with the ultimate deodorizer: charcoal powder. Charcoal powder will stop perspiration and ~ when combined with lycopodium powder ~ acts as a double-sweat absorbing super duo. Sage and patchouli pack an antiseptic punch, while lavender, chamomile and rose absolute soothe that over-worked underarm skin.
Big Tease Hair Gel ($18.95): This firm-hold styling gel contains masses of beautiful ingredients to make hair behave and improve its look and texture: cocoa butter softens hair; jojoba oil, lemon oil, orange flower absolute and mandarin oil all add shine and peppermint stimulates the hair follicles (for a sexy burst of volume).
Breath of God ($9.95 solid): This fragrance develops throughout the day, continuously revealing new facets. It combines two perfumes ~ one based on the smoky scents from Tibetan temples (sandalwood and amber) and the other inspired by the fresh, clean air of the mountains (lemon, neroli and rose) ~ they combine to create a wonderful olfactory experience.
Dirty Shaving Cream ($12.95): Calming oat milk, shea butter and honey are great for calming irritations and red marks on sensitive chins. Dirty boys should use this softening shaving cream to help the razor glide over the skin and leave their chins looking sharp.
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