Time To Refresh – Six Grooming Essentials

A return to work and an elevated daily routine.

By Terry Christodoulou 19/05/2020

With restrictions on movement lifting across much of Australia – here are six grooming essentials to get back to your best self.

Cleanse: Patricks FW1 Face Wash


Let’s start with the first commandment of skincare – cleansing. Find yourself a cleanser that will strip the daily grime without completely sapping your skin of moisture. Patricks FW1 does a grade-A job of cleansing, maintaining said moisture and also mattifying things.

$80; Patricks.co

 

Exfoliate: The Grey Face Scrub


No matter how much you cleanse there’ll be a build-up of skin that needs scrubbing to glow afresh. The Grey provides something gentle, stacked with vitamins A & E and tiny bamboo particles that will restore and improve overall complexion. Add it to your regime twice a week.

$95; thegreymensskincare.com

 

Shave: Tom Ford Shave Cream and Muhle Shave Set

Despite being a rite of passage, it remains one of the trickiest aspects of male grooming with a whole range of tools and balms dedicated to producing the perfect shave. Tom Ford Shave cream provides a thick citrus perfumed, air-whipped lather. Pair with Muhle’s Mach 3 Shave Set for a decadent morning ritual.

$115; Tomford.com / $340; gentsac.com.au

 

Moisturise: Aesop Protective Facial Lotion SPF25


Cleansing, exfoliating and shaving can all leave your skin feeling dry. To keep an elastic, youthful look, moisturising is essential, better yet with one that incorporates an SPF to fight sun damage. Look to local favourite Aesop and its lightweight, rapidly absorbed moisturiser with SPF25 fighting against the effects of UVA and UVB radiation.

$60.00; Aesop.com

 

Eye Care: Perricone MD Under Eye Cream

PerriconeMD

Those late-night Netflix binges created dark circles? Time to grab and dab this under-eye cream. Fatty acids, vitamin E and argan oil enrich the skin, while vitamin B3 smooths out the colour and leaves it moisturised. This is a daily ally in fighting aging, puffiness and those aforementioned circles.

$272; mecca.com.au

Hair Product: Oribe Molding Paste


After you’ve been to the barber for a needed clean-up, add a new hair product to your arsenal. Oribe’s rough luxury soft moulding paste is ultra-pliable, giving hair definition, texture and shine without looking overworked.
$55; Gentsac.com.au

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