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Holiday 2016 Gift Guide

Dads, brothers, boyfriends, and husbands all have at least one thing in common: they want to look and smell good. When holiday shopping for the man in your life, it would serve you well to remember that. You’ll also benefit from our nifty holiday gift guide, which allows you to find the right gift for the right guy at the right price. Simple as that.

What makes a good holiday gift, anyway? Thoughtful gifts go a long way, sure, and practical gifts often serve as a welcome reprieve from the predictable holiday fare. So we thought we’d offer up a few tips to help you snag the perfect gift for the guy you want to impress.

For the guy whose skincare game is nonexistent: Some guys are hesitant to jump on the caring-about-your-skin bandwagon. We get it. But that often happens because they simply don’t know where to start. Enter The Jack Pack gift set—a full skincare solution for less than 50 bucks. Feel like taking a more modest leap? Nab him our Turbo Body Bar Soap on a Rope.

For the young at heart: Getting—and looking—older sort of sneaks up on you, so when you realize it’s time for some serious anti-aging skincare, you don’t have much time to waste. Get him The Defensive Line Anti-Aging Triple Play—a powerful trio that addresses fine lines, wrinkles, skin firmness, and discoloration.

For guys always on the go: Your shower experience shouldn’t have to be sacrificed when you’re on the road or at the gym. Travel sizes of some of our most popular products in our True Blue Trio, Body Works, and All-Over Fresh sets help to ensure that doesn’t happen.

For the guy who keeps taking your lip balm: Can’t have too much of a good thing, right? If your pocket check before you leave the house includes our award-winning lip balm, you’ll love The Balm Squad, comprising four of our most popular flavors.

For the guy whose beard should have a name by now: Whether his beard is seasonal or here to stay, our Beard Grooming Kit has everything he needs to cleanse, condition, and style his beard—all for a cool 35 bucks.

 

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