Just as we’re serious about clothes, we must be that much serious about our grooming. You don’t want to just get yourself the best suit and shoes when you haven’t taken care of your skin; hair; beard and body odor. Hey, we’re all human. Made of flesh and bones. We need to be careful. But, worry not, for there are some best grooming products for men out there.
Grooming products, though, come in different kinds—manufactured by different brands. We must help ourselves by performing a research whether it is going to worth spending money on a certain product, be it at the mall or online. Not just buy something, because it smells great.
At Live the S Factor, my ultimate goal is to introduce the best products possible and show also how to spend your money smartly on things that are going to benefit you in the long run and will make you come back again. I take fashion, lifestyle and yes, grooming, very serious.
I’m sure you, too, are probably far more serious than me. By all means, give your ideas. We can stay informed only by sharing the knowledge.
Where Would I Start?
I’d start with designer products not because they’re pricey, but because of their quality. The affordable Marvis-Classic Strong Mint Toothpaste; Tom Dixon’s Hand Wash; Anthony’s Blue Sea Kelp Body Scrub and Sisley-Paris’ Body Lotion are some of the names I’d go with.
Same when it comes to taking care of your hair. Not just the style of your hair matters, but the kind of product you’re using to make sure you’re seeing the best result. Add life and shape to your already fine hair by selecting Aesop’s Volumazing Shampoo; Patrick’s CD1 Stimulating and Thickening Conditioner; A Social Life For Your Hair Cream by Larry King and as well as Oribe’s Featherbalm Weightless Styler, enriched with Acai and Passion Fruit Oil, as well as Hydrolysed Pea Protein. Dermatologically tested and safe to use on color-treated hair, this hydrating balm can be applied to damp or dry hair to add texture and shine.
As for the face, yes, I’ve been there myself when it burns after a close shave. Picking the right product is crucial to avoid acne, irritation post close shave. This Shaving Cream by Tom Ford can come quite handy. The creamy and cooling formula softens the follicles, as well as nourishing and protecting your skin. While you’re at it, don’t forget this Shave Oil also by Tom Ford. Designed to lubricate skin and facial hair, creating a resistance-free barrier between your face and the razor, meaning you can avoid painful nicks. It has a light woody fragrance that will linger, but won’t overwhelm.
You’ll also like:
- Patrick’s EB1 Triple Correction Eye Balm
- Clarifying Face Cream by Dr. Barbara Sturm
- Leather-Bound Manicure Set by Czech & Speake
- Rytmo Four-Piece Chrome and Resin Shaving Set by Mühle
As always, thanks for taking the time to read, guys. Please add your comments below for any suggestions or ideas.