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What’s touching your face?

Today is June 9th, and as you look forward to July 4th weekend, lets not forget that Father’s Day is right around the corner.  With a week to go, sons, daughters, and wives are scrambling with ideas on what to get the dad in their life.  To ease your stress, over the next few days, we will share a few suggestions that are sure to make this holiday easier for you.

Skincare line from Solo Noir
skin care by Solo Noir

With the business of mens skin care booming, and so many choices, is there a brand that men of color should use?  Solo Noir, sold online and stores such as Whole Foods was created by entrepreneur Andrea Polk.  After trying the samples, I love a non-alcoholic product that doesn’t burn my face, and has a clean fragrance to it.

The “REFINED” product was great, as I used it to exfoliate my skin, remove a few blackheads, and minimize my in-grown hairs. Like most men who have grown their beard over the winter, the “SMOOTH” product softened my skin and beard.  Any product I can use to prevent coarse facial hair, other men with beards will love as well.

Lexington Collection razor
Lexington Collection razor

How many times has your father nicked and cut his face shaving.  Most likely he’s rushing to get to work, and what guy wants a clean shaven face with spots of blood on his shirt collar.  The Art of Shaving has answered the question of “how do I prevent nicks and cuts?” The Lexington Collection razor is our next generation tool that uses a Flexball which connects the blade to the body of the shaver.  When most men shave from ear to jaw line, the razor is adjusted several times to go underneath the jaw.  With the Flexball, there is no need to adjust the razor, as it conforms to the contour of your face.  The more contact surface the razor has, the more efficient, and cleaner of a shave your father or man in your life will have.

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