Is it even possible to get a decent shave for a dollar a month? The guys at Dollar Shave Club seem to think so. They deliver fresh blades to your door for a dollar per month. Give it a try. One dollar doesn’t buy anything else anyway, so basically, you’ve got nothing to lose. (Thanks, Embry)
What makes this soap exclusively for men? Well, it’s not pink or shaped like a dolphin and it comes in scents like Beer and the naturally insect-repellent Camper’s formula. If that’s not manly enough for you try dropping it in the sand and then washing up with it.
An honest-to-goodness, tree-chopping lumberjack would never sully his worthy beard with a perfumed conditioning oil, but you new jacks might like Swan Mountain Soaps beard conditioner. After all it’s made from olive oil and natural Alaskan-grown herbs. Which actually sounds like a snack. Treat yourself.
Calm down dude, you can’t actually drink this Bourbon Aftershave from Pittsburgh-based Nevermore Body Company. But with scents of oak and apple aging in roasted caramel and vanilla, you may want to eat it. Sorry, you can’t do that, either. Alcohol-free, hypoallergenic, and vegan. Comes in a 4-oz. bottle
Sometimes the whole “collabo” thing gets a little weird. We’re not saying that’s the case with this Baxter of California x PORTER Japan limited edition grooming kit. Not at all. This travel-friendly kit includes high-quality German-made tweezers, a nail clipper, and a glass nail file. Nothing weird about that.
If you view even the simple, hygienic act of grooming as a potential threat to your manhood, we found the soap for you. It’s a rough cut brick made in a soap factory that produced soap for soldiers in the Korean War. Is that manly enough for you? If you’re still nervous you can order the optional rope handle.
Your love of the vintage-heritage-retro look doesn’t have to end at the haberdashers. This men’s shaving kit from Bay Rum will take your face back in time, too. Soap, lotion and shaving lather with the classic spice of Bay Rum give your skin a zesty blast from the past.
Here’s how simple guys are: call a product “Manly” and suddenly it looks better than any of its rivals. Maine-based natural soap maker Rocky Top knew exactly how to tap into that fear of fruitiness that pervades the male mind when shopping for grooming products.
There’s a pretty obvious irony here. A beauty product for the ultimate symbol of manliness, the beard? C’mon … Like, if you’re too lazy to shave are you really going to anoint your beard with oil to make it shiny and soft? Hold that thought. Before she orders you to shave it off, you might humor her by giving this all-natural beard sauce (made with essential oils) a try. You never know, she might let you keep it after all, big guy.
You probably have a “friend” who could use this trimmer on his back. Or to trim Nature’s Turtleneck (that fringe of curlies growing up out of his collar.) Be sure to tell your friend this trimmer has an LED control screen offering 175 trim length options.