10 Essential Grooming Products for the Modern Man’s Medicine Cabinet

10 Essential Grooming Products for the Modern Man’s Medicine Cabinet

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A curated selection of grooming products is your personal arsenal devoted to looking and feeling great. From a handy face mask to the best items for your shaving kit, these grooming products are determined to bring out your best features, making you look like the stunning man we know you are.


1. Sweet & Rosy Teeth Whitening Kit

Having a bright smile is easy with this teeth whitening kit from Sweet & Rosy. It comes with whitening gels, a thermoform single tray and a mini cold-light whitening lamp. Get blindingly white teeth without having to go to the dentist! $23, sweetandrosy.com 


2. 07 Face Wash from Dr. Jackson’s

This face wash made from natural ingredients is powerful yet gentle on the skin. With acids derived from pomegranate, lemon and Mandarin oranges, it gently exfoliates and tones skin. The chamomile in the wash also reduces redness while the baobab oil moisturizes. $42, mrporter.com 


3. Erno Laszlo Detoxifying Hydrogel Mask

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This mask will vacuum out any and all gunk from your pores. It also exfoliates dead cells from the surface of your skin to keep them from clogging your pores in the first place. Single pack, $16, amazon.com  


4. Alpha FIT Men’s Sonic Facial Cleansing Brush System

This cleansing brush comes with two different speeds, making it easy to prep your skin before shaving or deep-cleaning. Whether you have tough skin or a full beard, the Alpha FIT cleanser will remove oil, sweat and dirt. $220, amazon.com 


5. ‘L’Envol de Cartier’ Perfumed Grooming Oil

This honey- and musk-scented oil from Cartier will soften your skin, untangle your facial hair and provide a healthy glow. $61, nordstrom.com 


6. Bright Idea Serum from DTRT

Unlike moisturizer, serum penetrates your skin deeper and preserves elasticity. This Bright Idea Serum from DTRT is great for all skin types and rejuvenates dull skin. It also improves dark spots and blemishes, giving you a smooth, healthy-looking complexion. $42, sephora.com 


7. The Winston razor

Harry Winston, the famed jeweler, also has an impressive line of shaving products for the modern man. This Winston razor has an ergonomic shape with a rubberized grip for firm control. You can even have it engraved for a personal touch. $20, harrys.com 


8. Proraso Nourish Aftershave

This aftershave lotion will immediately relieve discomfort, tightness and itchiness after shaving. With a pleasingly woodsy scent, it also leaves skin feeling supple and nourished. $14, dermstore.com 


9. Going Strong Gel by House 99

This high-hold styling gel from House 99 by David Beckham will give your hair definition, control and hold. It’s also humidity-proof, wind-proof and sweat-resistant — yet also easy to wash off. $22, ulta.com 


10. Fucking Fabulous by Tom Ford

Finish your daily routine with the latest fragrance by Tom Ford. This new concoction consists of exotic scents like bitter almond oil and clary sage oil. It’s easy to feel and smell “Fucking Fabulous” when you’re wearing Tom Ford’s name. 1.7 oz./ 50 mL, $310, neimanmarcus.com 


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