BUYING FOR DAD: 4 FATHER'S DAY GIFT IDEAS

With Father's Day just around the corner, there will be plenty of us already contemplating what to purchase for our dads. Men's grooming and beauty products are now one of the most popular choices of gifts for men, and with the wide array of grooming brands stuffing the market, it's easy to see why. 

If you're looking to avoid the usual £10 toiletry set from Boots, then why not get your dad something a little special and unique, without breaking the bank balance? With a terrific selection of affordable grooming essentials that you'll not find anywhere else, here are four excellent products that your dad will just love, via the Father's Day Grooming Gift Guide by Your Next Remedy

The Classic Shave Brush

Although the beard trend is currently booming, that's not to say plenty of men out there aren't choosing to clean shave every day. So, if dad falls into this category then consider buying him a high-quality badger shaving brush. Our choice is the  Classic Badger Shaving Brush, Faux Ivory Handle, which comes with a free black drip stand. This beautifully crafted brush is an ideal shaving accessory for the beginner wet shaver to the more seasoned pro. Either way, it's an excellent addition to the grooming collection. Price: £32

The DE Safety Razor

With the popular trend of classic shaving, there are literally thousands of different double edge safety razors widely available on the market. If you're thinking about getting dad a razor then you should seriously consider this little beauty - the double edge safety razor with a matte black handle finish, compatible with all DE blades. It's a real gem and it shaves exceptionally well. Price: £28

The Facial Treatment Set

100ml of pure anti-ageing benefits, bottled up beautifully and packaged to perfection! That's what you'll get with the J. Nicholas anti-ageing facial treatment set, which contains the hugely popular face cream and the powerful face serum. If your dad likes to look after his skin, this this set is definitely something to consider. Price: £80

The Beard Cream

If, like many men around the globe, your dad is sporting a beard, then you should seriously consider buying him a unique beard cream. Yes, that's right, we're not talking about beard oils, shampoos, conditioners or balms, we're actually talking about a cream that is specifically formulated for beards! Get your dad off those beard oils and start him on a decent beard cream - less grease, more matte. Price: £25


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