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Manscaping should be nothing but a pleasure, but maybe your dad isn’t in the loop on all the progress that’s been made in the grooming department. Our selection of grooming gifts are not only good for your body, hair and skin, but are made in small batches by artisans not massive manufacturers, are often eco-friendly, and have some of the best graphic design we’ve seen slapped on small glass bottles ever.
Some dads haven’t embraced mail order razors. For Father’s Day, get him a sampling of the high quality goods direct from the source. Harry’s Truman Set includes three German engineered blades, shaving foam and no commitment (you can get him the subscription for his birthday).
For dad’s that don’t shave, give pops the V76 Beard Oil by Vaughn. Don’t know Vaughn? Well, your dad is probably a fan of some of his customers, like Bruce Springsteen, Richard Gere or Tom Brady.
If you’re looking for a conversation piece, we recommend getting dad something completely unexpected but totally recognizable. That item is a toothbrush. Don’t be perplexed because when it’s a toothbrush by Boie USA, this isn’t any ordinary drugstore mouth cleaning device, but a long-lasting eco-friendly staple that Dad can appreciate.
Whatever you decide to get your dad on Father’s Day, remember it is indeed the thought that counts, but when you put in a little extra effort it goes much further. Skip the polo, tie, or dreaded gift card and this year give him the gift of great grooming. It’s probably far more than what he would ever spend on hair products, face oil, toothpicks or really anything for himself, but that’s the point. Buy him something he won’t buy himself.