Here’s one for the men who are packing up for their much-anticipated vacation. We’ve highlighted must-have grooming products like gentle face washes that cleanse deep yet retain your natural moisture levels. There are also multitasking facial devices that allow you to go light and leave your aftershave at home. Last but not least, a good-looking and sturdy bag to keep it all in so get ready to add these to your shopping cart!
FOREO LUNA 3 Men
With the FOREO LUNA 3 for men, you won’t need to carry an extra aftershave with you. This is because the facial cleansing brush helps prepare you for shaving and prevents razor burns. Aside from that, the device removes clogged pores while reducing excess sebum. So it’s a must-have if you’re naturally on the oilier end. Sephora
CLINIQUE For Men Face Wash
When it comes to choosing a cleanser, it’s good to use one that thoroughly cleans your face but doesn’t strip off your natural oils. This cleanser doesn’t leave a tight feeling on your skin and is gentle enough to be used first thing in the morning. It even helps prep your face for your morning shave. Sephora
SK-II MEN Facial Treatment Essence
SK-II’s world-renowned miracle water, PITERA, is known to renew and nourish your skin. This particular essence is made up of 90% PITERA alongside vitamins and amino acids. Use this every morning and night to keep your skin looking plump and refreshed. Sephora
111SKIN Molecular Hydration Mask
Having a skincare routine that includes a hydrating mask is super important for any holiday. The mask features a multi-molecular hyaluronic acid that provides deep hydration and Vitamin C for collagen production. Plus, it’s light and easy to pack on the go. Mr Porter
BURBERRY Wash Bag
The Burberry checks were first used to line its raincoats and have since become iconic. Made from durable canvas in a grayscale pattern, this wash bag is perfect for keeping your skincare. The loop on the side of the wash bag is perfect for hanging in the bathroom if you need to. Mr Porter
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