The Art of Shaving Facial Scrub gently exfoliates the skin to wash away impurities such as dirt and pollution. The gentle exfoliating action helps to release trapped hairs caused by such things as improper shaving technique or hair type. The stimulating Peppermint as well as Lavender and Lemon essential oils invigorate the senses leaving skin deeply cleansed and refreshed.
The Art of Shaving Facial Wash removes dirt and debris from the face for a cleaner complexion. Formulated with peppermint essential oil, green tea and aloe vera extracts, and jojoba oils to help replenish and moisturize skin. Lather up Facial Wash with warm water, and massage over face and neck using a circular motion. Rinse off with warm water. Splash with cold water to activate circulation, tone skin and close pores. Follow with The Art of Shaving Facial Scrub and/or Moisturizer. Use Facial Wash every morning and evening, or right before shaving.
Lightweight hydrator replenishes and moisturizes without the heavy lingering feel. The antioxidant face complex by Urth helps to control oily skin and minimize shine throughout the day. The formula helps to decongest, minimize, and refine pores while nourishing and protects against damaging free radicals. Paraben-free.
This definitive guide to growing and maintaining a variety of moustache styles is a must for the savvy shaver. The Moustache Grower's Guide combines humorous, yet informative writing with illustrations to deliver a top notch guide for the moustache enthusiast from novice to expert.
Written by the co-founders of The Art of Shaving stores, this authoritative book examines the intricacies, challenges, and rewards of a ritual that most men will repeat 20 thousand times over their lives. From choosing the right tools to using the right techniques, from skin care to nicks-and-cut repairs, The Art of Shaving book is the definitive guide - and the perfect gift.
A humorous look at the importance of making a well groomed first impression. Beyond A Shadow of a Doubt offers illustrative examples meant to serve as a visual reminder of the make or break nature of a first impression.