Skincare should be two things: easy and NO BS.
But sometimes it’s hard to know what your face needs and what hurts it more than helps it.
We’ve made three products that take the fuss out of skincare, so you can focus on the important things in the world that actually need your attention.
Uncover what’s within, naturally. With our shave oil gel that’s free of irritants and toxic chemicals, keep your skin clean, clear and happy. Normal foam shave cream can strip moisture from your face and make your skin flaky and dry.
There is no BS in this shave oil gel. It does its job of protecting your skin while you’re getting back some clean lines.
Shaving stresses skin big time and opens the door to clogged pores. By using a gentle toning aftershave you’re able to re-balance your skin, keep your pores clean and clear to prevent breakouts. It also soothes and balances your skin’s pH levels and allows for a clean and fresh face, free of dreaded shaving rash. Best used after a clean shave.
To prevent ingrown hairs and flaky skin, moisturising is an essential part of any skincare routine.
Moisturisers are tailored to prevent your skin from becoming too dry or oily with light, non-greasy ingredients. Our moisturiser is just that, no-fuss and packed with only the essential nutrients to restore your skin to what it should be, clean, moisturised, protected and 100% natural.
See. quick easy and No B.S.
It’s a fact: facial hair can tell you a lot about a man. Whether he lives in the jungle or on camera. Whether he’s a corporate bloke or a father of three. Regardless, for most of us lads, grooming can be a magical myth we can never get right.
Women often get told (usually by their grandmas who wash their face in leftover cabbage water, we know…go figure!) how important it is to take care of their skin from an early age. Men - not so much. But wait…you don’t get off scot-free.
The downside of shaving can be the razor bumps and acne that ensue after the job is done. Not only can they magically appear after you’ve shaved, but can become painful when new hair begins to grow in.