When buying smaller gifts, it may be tempting to just put in as little effort as possible.
But if you’re buying for the modern gentleman, don’t skimp on the grooming products — get him stuff he’s actually going to use.
Sure, it’s going to cost a little more than going to the local drug store and buying whatever’s on sale, but we’re sure he’ll thank you for it.
Tom Ford's hydrating lip balm for men isn't your typical chap stick.
It's gotten rave reviews from everyone from GQ to online reviewers for its ability to keep lips insanely well-hydrated.
Kiehl's Facial Fuel set has just about the best products he can put on his face, and he'll appreciate it every time he showers, washes his face, puts on chap stick, moisturizes, or shaves.
While some shaving cream may soak into the bloodstream and provide a much-needed jolt, the caffeine is mostly there to reduce redness and rashes caused by razors.
Give the gift of a rash-free shave.
Though at $300, it's not exactly affordable, OneBlade's extremely well-designed handle and super-sharp custom razor blades will give your gentleman the closest shave of his life.
This is perfect for the man who doesn't like to compromise.
This Phillips-Norelco adjustable beard trimmer is mechanically fantastic, and it even comes with an integrated vacuum system to catch beard cuttings.
This is a genius gift if you're the one sharing a sink with him.
Kiehl's President Chris Salgardo has compiled a lifetime of skin-care and grooming advice into one fantastic reference book. It's filled with plenty of tips and hacks for men to get the most out of their skin, face, and hair.
Though it is being distributed through Kiehl's, the book is actually product-agnostic. You won't find a single reference to a Kiehl's product -- just sage advice.
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