When the dad that you're shopping for has more than enough ties, grill tools and electronic gadgets, give him a gift that he'll be sure to use: a shave kit. Men usually don't splurge on skin care, so this is the perfect gift to get him on his way to having good skin.
When you're shopping for Father's Day Gifts, try a shave kit.
The dad on your list will get the smoothest shave ever with this four piece collection by Anthony Logistics. The Perfect Shave Kit includes a facial cleanser, a pre-shave oil, a shaving cream and an after shave lotion. Coming in a black mesh bag, Dad can bring it with him on business trips or to the athletic club before work. An $83 value for only $50.
If your Dad has sensitive skin or likes to stay away from fragrance, Clinique's 100% fragrance free Great Shave Kit is perfect for him. He'll start with a pre-shave Face Scrub to get the prepare the skin and lift the hair making it ready to shave. The Oil-free M Shave Aloe Gel will soften the facial hair making it great for men with thick or coarse hair. Lastly, sooth skin and help reduce facial hair over time with the Post-Shave Soother Beard Control Formula. $25
If your Dad is a "Man's Man" and frowns over extra skin care steps, look no further for the Shave Kit for him. The Pure Performance Luxury Shave Set by Jack Black has a barber style shave brush which not only looks and feels cool, it helps to lift the hairs when applying shave cream. This ensures a closer shave with less nicks. Also included in this lizard embossed paper gift set is an 8 oz Supreme Cream Triple Cushion Shave Lather and a Premium Turkish Shave Towel. There is no skimping on this gift.
If you're looking for a shave kit that will leave your dad's face soft, hydrated and protected, look at The Body Shop's For Men Shave Easy Gift Set. With sesame oil to protect and soften the face, Dad will be surprised there was soft skin under that beard. This set includes a facial scrub, face wash, face moisturizer and razor relief lotion.
If your dad shaves every day and already pampers his skin with top of the link shaving products, I've got a way to really surprise him. If money is of no object and you want to show your dad just how special he is to you, you might want to get him a luxury razor. Prices vary from $128 to $384. Blades can be replaced with Mach3 razor blades. These black and nickle plated razors are the best of the best and will knock your Dad's socks off.