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While we always feel pretty confident in what we buy for Mother’s Day, it’s Father’s Day that tends to leave us stumped. Dads, for the most part, are less vocal when it comes to items they want or need. Since we’re in the beauty biz, we’ve decided to take advantage of our vast knowledge of grooming gifts and pass them on to our favorite men.
1. Sephora Favorites The Finest Shave Deluxe Sampler For Him ($25, Sephora.com)
Dad may not keep up with the latest beauty trends, but that doesn’t mean he won’t appreciate a good product. Sephora has gathered some of their favorite grooming items in a 7-piece limited-edition sampler that includes a soothing lip balm, refreshing and moisturizing shave creams, a daily facial scrub, a conditioning treatment, and a soothing after-shave gel. The special Father’s Day set even comes with certificate so dad can get a full-size version of his favorite product at no charge.
2. Nuxe Men Anti-Irritation Shaving Gel & After-Shave Balm ($39.90, Nuxe.com)
Love Nuxe for yourself? Spread the love to dad! This shaving gel and after-shave balm duo comes with a free toiletry bag, so he’s all set for his next visit to see you.
3. Aveda Men Pure-Formance™ Grooming Essentials Kit ($32.50, Aveda.com)
Few men can resist the alluring scent of Aveda products. It smells fresh and clean, while still remaining masculine. Their grooming essentials kit contains shampoo and conditioner that soothes and relieves the scalp, grooming clay for hair definition and strong hold, and dual action aftershave that moisturizes skin and also reduces razor burn and in-grown hairs.
4. The Art of Shaving ‘The Four Elements of the Perfect Shave®’ Ocean Kelp Set ($100, Shop.nordstrom.com)
For the father that appreciates the luxe things in life, there’s The Art Of Shaving. The store is like a man’s grooming heaven, and now they have a great gift set perfect for Father’s Day. This set includes pre-shave gel, shaving cream, after-shave lotion and a Pure Badger Black Shaving Brush.
How do you plan on celebrating Father’s Day?