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Kill Your Loofah

Best Bar Soaps for Men

Take your hygiene into your own hands; don't depend on some liquid gel and a sponge. You aren't a dinner plate. These are the best soap bars for men.

It's Time to Break the Last Male Grooming Taboo

Are Facials For Men?

Getting pampered in a Brooklyn barbershop proves a revealing -- and refreshing -- experience.

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Take a romantic getaway with your beard

5 Beard Oils To Try Now

Facial hair looks and feel best when tamed through habitual shaping and conditioning. To accomplish the latter, try a beard oil that softens wiry bristles and smells the part too.

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Falling Away From Summer

Five Great Fragrances For Fall

Whereas summer fragrance is largely dominated by citrus and aquatic notes, a proper curation of fall pays tribute to the diversity and range of the late season’s offerings -- the musty smell of fallen leaves; bourbon by fireplace; ma's pantry of spices wafting from the next room over. The days are falling heavy, so tuck away last season’s picks and choose something that fits the current mood.

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Great Excuses For A Rubdown

11 Sunscreens for Every Occasion

We spend a lot of time outside, and the reality is that we’re often more fastidious about taking care of our bikes and boards than we are our skin. News flash: even if you don’t burn, you should be doing something to block the UV rays from permeating your dermis. These sunscreen options should cover whatever type of protection you need.

Summer Preview
Juniper, lime and absinthe

Fresh Five: Summer Fragrances for Men

Summer is an olfactory roller coaster, a time to trade in heavy colognes for something lighter. These five fragrances are our favorites.

The GP Guide to Life
Sharpen up

Guide to Life: Shave with a Straight Razor

Alexander the Great told his soldiers to be clean shaven so that the enemy couldn't pull on their beards in battle. And how did ol’ Alex and his boys do it? With a straight razor. You’ve seen the straight razor in your barbershop, and you’ve felt your barber use it on the back of your neck. Now you’re ready to give it a try -- on your face.