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Father's Day Gifts That Solve All of Your Dad's Grooming Issues

Jun 15 2014 - 7:00am

Help Dad out this Father's Day [1] by upgrading his daily grooming routine. No more disposable razors and bar soap! Whether the man in your life is plagued by an abundance of hair or unruly nails, there is a solution to his manscaping problem below. He will be surprised at how luxurious shaving and bathing can be once you gift him with one of these man-centric buys. Who said men were so hard to shop for?

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Problem: He's a Hairy Guy

All men are not made equal; some men are hairier than others. If your dad has to shave multiple times a day and suffers from a 3 o'clock shadow, then fix him up with these hair essentials. At least you know who to blame when your mustache starts coming in . . .

Royal Apothic Botanical Shave Oil

Facial oils and cleansers are a big trend in the beauty aisle, but they're also an option for men. Royal Apothic Botanical Shave Oil [3] ($22) will help the razor blade glide more smoothly, all while softening his skin.

Dollar Shave Club Subscription

If your dad is the drugstore-razor type, then present him with a gift card from the Dollar Shave Club [4]. The company sends blades every month to match the razor of your choice, and it can be as inexpensive as $1 a month.

Jack Black Power Trip

The Jack Black Power Trip [5] ($52) is just the thing the man in your life needs to introduce him to spa-grade grooming from head to toe. Plus, it comes with a Dopp kit for easy Summer travel.

Problem: He's Got Man Hands

Sure, men are supposed to have strong hands, but hangnails are never acceptable. These picks soften skin on feet and hands. Plus, he can trim those gnarly nails (your mom will appreciate it, we promise).

Zwilling's Five-Piece Grooming Kit

Zwilling's Five-Piece Grooming Kit [6] ($199) includes tweezers, nail clippers, scissors, and everything else your father needs to fine-tune his hands and feet.

Ahava Mineral Hand Cream

Men don't generally have smooth, touchable hands. With the help of the Ahava Mineral Hand Cream [7] ($20), your dad can soften his callouses without a greasy finish, bringing an entire new meaning to the term "man hands."

Tweezerman Two-Sided Pumice Stone

The Tweezerman brand has long been trusted as the brow tool guru, and now the brand is breaking into the manscaping market. For the dad who loves to hike or wear flip-flops, this Two-Sided Pumice Stone [8] ($8) is a must.

Problem: He Skimps on Skin Care

When women start to get fine lines, it's a mad dash to the antiaging aisle. And even though your dad looks more distinguished with those wrinkles, his skin still deserves a pick-me-up. It's time to introduce him to your skin essentials like toner. Be prepared to give a brief tutorial with these products.

Kiehl's Oil Eliminator Line

With the Kiehl's Oil Eliminator Line [9] ($20-$27), your dad will get shine-free skin in a flash. The collection includes a cleanser, moisturizer, and toner.

EvolutionMan Restore & Prevent Duo

If you suspect your dad is secretly stealing your mom's antiaging products, the EvolutionMan Restore & Prevent Duo [10] ($49) is the ideal way to introduce him to the wonders of a daily skin care regimen including eye cream and sunscreen.

L'Occitane Sophisticated Set

The L'Occitane Sophisticated Set [11] ($88) includes all his shaving essentials like gel, aftershave balm, and a fragrance in a prewrapped box kit. You can't get any better than French luxury.

Problem: He Just Doesn't Get Grooming

So, your dad is clueless about beauty. His skin care routine requires a bar of soap, deodorant, a toothbrush, and a razor (if you're lucky). These dapper presents will help him reach that "aha" moment and get into the beauty game.

Creed Santal Shaving Bowl

What man doesn't love bar soap? Inside Creed's Santal Shaving Bowl [12] ($85) lies a scented soap that lathers into a rich shaving cream. The wooden bowl will last long after the soap has dissolved, making it the perfect travel essential.

Yves Saint Laurent L'Homme Sport

Even if your dad doesn't know much about designers (he's more the Brooks Brothers type), consider the Yves Saint Laurent L'Homme Sport [13] ($65-$85) as a gift this Father's Day [14]. The mix of sandalwood and citrus will wow him.

Sonicare Diamond Clean Rechargeable Toothbrush

So you won't be weaning your father off the bar soap this year, but everybody has to brush their teeth (right?). Dads who are antiproduct will love this high-tech Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean Rechargeable Toothbrush [15] ($190).

Problem: He's Got Expensive Taste

Your dad introduced you to the importance of exfoliation before Seventeen ever could, so he's a grooming pro. He has all the best new gadgets and product launches lined up on his bathroom sink. Well, we've got the perfect gifts for the metro man in your life.

Marc by Marc Jacobs Dopp Kit

The Marc by Marc Jacobs Dopp Kit [16] ($188) is like the male equivalent of a Birkin bag — so luxurious!

Acqua di Parma Shaving Brush

Bring the barbershop experience into your dad's personal shaving kit with this Acqua di Parma shaving brush and stand [17] ($380) made with badger-hair bristles. Think of it as the most luxurious makeup brush for dudes.

R+Co Conformist Hair Paste

Sure, your dad probably relies on Supercuts for his hair-cutting needs, but introduce him to salon luxury with the R+Co Conformist Hair Paste [18] ($27).

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