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Valentine’s Day: 6 Men’s Grooming Gifts He’ll Actually Use

Grooming sets are gifts that keep on giving long after the Valentine’s Day feeling has dissipated. They come jam-packed with items used daily, and the formulas are a nice change from the usual. See eight grooming gifts that won’t end up forgotten below.

1 D.S. & Durga Mississippi Medicine Eau de Parfum

Even if he’s not into fragrance, this could be the one scent to convert him. Masculine wood notes like red cedar and cypress root get some extra dimension with a spicy twist of incense.


Available at Mr. Porter | $175

2 Uppercut Deluxe Shower Kit

No shade to his current all-in-one body and face wash hybrid, but this shampoo, conditioner, and soap set takes a deconstructed (and decidedly more luxurious) attitude toward his typical shower routine.


Available at Urban Outfitters | $50

3 Beard Buddy Duo Kit

No-shave November came and went, and in lieu of picking up a razor, your man is now rocking a full on Grizzly Adams facial hair. Ensure it stays somewhat tame with this dynamic duo, which uses a mix of essential oils to keep his glorious beard clean and moisturized.

Available at Urban Outfitters | $38

4 Proraso Vintage Collection Gino Tin

The retro packaging may draw him in, but the wonders it works on his shaving lineup will keep him coming back daily. The pre-shave cream and shave cream work in tandem to soften his hairs, allowing for a closer, smoother shave, while the cooling after-shaved balm ensures his newly-exposed skin stays hydrated.

Available at Sephora | $32

5 Aesop the Intrepid Gent Grooming Kit

Ready to fly? For the guy who is always on the go, these Aesop staples come safely strapped into their stylish dopp kit, and have TSA clearance.

Aesop | $92

6 Tweezerman Essential Grooming Kit

He probably doesn’t think he needs this kit, but trust us, he does. Jam-packed with nail clippers, tweezers, scissors, and a nail file, it’s easier than ever for him to stay groomed from head to toe.

Available at Macy’s | $30


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