Let's Hear it for the Boys: 3 Men's Skin Care Products We Love
With Father’s Day around the corner—cough, cough, this weekend for those who forgot to grab a gift!—we took the liberty of raiding the medicine cabinet to share some of our favorite men’s skin care products. You know the products we’re talking about. The ones we’re always sneaking for our own use because of their musky scents or their stimulating textures. Why should the boys have all the fun? Check out the three men’s skin care products below that you’ll want to steal all for yourself!
Kiehl’s Close-Shavers Squadron Smooth Glider Precision Shave Lotion
This unique gel-lotion is formulated with Kukui Nut Oil and a blend of aromatic essential oils to help protect your skin from razor irritation. While the lightweight product was made for the course hairs that grow on a man’s face, we love to use it when we shave our legs because its transparent quality helps make our shave more precise and smooth.
The Body Shop White Musk for Men Hair and Body Wash
While we typically stick to our own shampoo and conditioner, we can’t help but reach for this body wash when we’re in the shower. With notes of lavender, geranium, crystal jasmine, vetiver, sandalwood, amber, musk, and tonka bean, this body wash leaves our skin scented with a sensual mix of musk and woods. Plus, formulated with honey and panthenol, we’re not sacrificing smooth-feeling skin for scent.
L’Oreal Paris Men Expert Hydra-Energetic Ice Cold Eye Roller
Addressing the five signs of tired eyes—dark circles, eye bags, puffiness, tiredness, and roughness—shouldn’t just be a luxury left to the gents. While we definitely have our favorite eye creams, when we see this one on the bathroom counter, well, we just have to steal it away!
If you are indeed, searching for a last-minute gift for dad, check out the new book penned by Kiehl’s USA President, Chris Salgardo. Manmade: The Essential Skincare & Grooming Reference for Every Man, is a complete guide to grooming with great head-to-toe skin care tips and techniques.