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Best Men’s Skincare Products I’ve Tested And Would Buy Again

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Whether you’re soaking up the sun on your travels around the best swimming beaches in Europe or braving the cold in Lapland, you need to take care of your skin.

As someone who had confidence shattering acne growing up, I know the benefits of good skin hygiene. You might also be interested in my reviews of the best razor subscriptions.

Here are the best men’s skincare products I’ve used and would buy again.

Best Men’s Face Care Range

Tiege Hanley

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It’s hard to pick just one Gruum product, so I’m recommending the whole range.

What I love about Gruum is their product range is full of natural ingredients and many are vegan-friendly too.

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Best Face Care Products For Men

Murad Invisible Perfecting Shield Broad Spectrum SPF 30

Lumin Moisturising Balm

Lumin is lightweight and smells like lemon. (Buy on Amazon)

Best Shaving Creams & Gels

The best shaving creams and gels can make shaving more than just a chore. If you’re face feels tight after a shave, try these shaving products and you won’t be disappointed.

The Body Shop Softening Shaving Cream

I prefer creams to gels when it comes to shaving. This is a large tub which lathers up nicely with a brush. And as always, The Body Shop products are natural and leaves your skin feeling clean and fresh.

gruum Gentle Moisturiser

Again, I’m a big fan of gruum. This dermatologically tested and cruelty free moisturiser is thin and soaks into the your skin after shaving. If you’re not a fan of moisturisers that smell, this is fragrance free. Get £5 off your first order with my discount code!

Neal’s Yard Rejuvenating Moisturiser

This is a thicker cream so a little goes a long way. This is the best smelling moisturiser in my list, I look forward to putting it on. (Buy on Amazon)

Dermaliogica Cleansing Gel

By far the best face wash I’ve ever used. Just a small amount foams and leaves my skin feeling the softest and cleanest it’s ever been.

(Buy on Amazon)

Balanceme Wonder Eye Cream

I pretty much stare at a screen in my waking hours. Which means I rub my eyes a lot. When the skin under my eyes feel like they’re on fire or it looks worse for wear, I apply this before going to bed. (Buy on Amazon)

Bulldog Energising Sheet Mask

If you’ve never tried a sheet mask before, you’ll laugh for five minutes as they make you look like a serial killer. Or Dwight Shrute from The Office when he wears the skin…

But you’ll soon realise sheet masks are no laughing matter. Just 10 minutes on your face gives you noticeably smoother skin. This is my go-to skincare products of my face feels dry and itchy. (Buy on Amazon)

Percy Nobleman Beard Conditioning Oil

When you’re partner complains about your stubble or beard being too scratchy, this will do the trick. (Buy on Amazon)

Rabot 1745 Wonder Balm

Wonder Balm is apt. It says it can be used anywhere.

Lab Series Future Rescue

Best Hand Cream For Men

Neutrogena Concentrated Hand Cream

My hands are disgustingly dry and cracked in winter. Neutrogena Concentrated Hand Cream is my go-to when the back of my hands look their absolute worst.

Lush Handy Gurugu

The only thing I don’t like about the Handy Gurugu is the oily finish and feel after applying, but it does heal my dry hands. It contains shea butter and almond oil and smells incredible.