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Valentine’s Day is just round the corner! With so many great grooming gifts for your guy to choose from, many of you will be having a difficult time deciding on the perfect gift for us.

Well, fear not. We’re here to narrow down your options and make things easier for you. Here are some of our top picks for grooming products you can buy your man.

Basic Skincare Sets

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Perhaps he is new to this whole grooming thing and you want to help him start. Simple to use and quick to asorb, Skincare sets like the upcoming ZA for Men’s Ultimate Moist Hydrating Moisturiser and Deep Cleansing Gel are probably the best thing to give them!

Scents for men

Every guy should have a Eau de Parfum or Eau de Toilette on in his bathroom. This season’s scents are mostly subtle, simple scents that are light on the nose. If he’s in the office most of the time, choose something light and pleasant, with sandalwood as one of the base notes. The latest Hugo Boss Unlimited Eau De Toilette fits the bill. Does he hit the gym plenty? Choose a scent that exudes clean and cool water scents like Issey Miyake’s L’Eau D’Issey Pour Homme Yuzu.

Grooming Toolkits


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Every man needs a grooming toolkit, he just doesn’t know he does. Enlighten him with a grooming toolkit that should include a nail clipper, tweezers, nail file and grooming scissors. Buy them loose, then put the items together in a mini travel bag or get a set like the one above. These specially-assembled toolkits will appeal to the guy facing difficulty with the occasional rogue hair or problems with his nails.

Facial Haircare

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Admittedly, this one is niche. If you are with a guy that’s grown a moustache or beard, then you should get him something for it. Beard Oil is almost a neccessity that most men with facial hair here don’t use. In our climate, it’s easy to get a scruffy mess of a beard and beard oil helps tremendously with keeping beards luxurious and smooth. Good beard oils come with use grapeseed, jojoba, argan, or coconut oil, all of which are rich in nutrients and readily absorbed by both hair and skin. Additionally, they should contain special ingredients to address specific problems like beard itch, below-the-beard acne, and sensitive skin. You can start your hunt for great beard oils locally here.