Doers Of London Body Wash, £16
Not strictly a new-in, but this sell-out body wash from Doers of London is now back in stock. A gentle yet powerful all-natural cleanser, it’ll leave you feeling and smelling fresh. With an ingredients list that includes antibacterial green tea extract, green coffee and avocado oil, it smooths and cleanses skin smooth, cleansed and blemish free. It also achieves an excellent lather and is lightly scented.
Benny Hancock Corrective Pen, £24
This corrective pen from Benny Hancock helps to brighten under-eye skin while covering up any dark circles and softening fine lines. A small amount goes a long way, so just use a few strokes on any shadows before blending it in with your finger. The handy brush applicator makes it easy to apply. Available in four shades to suit all skin tones.
Boy De Chanel Fortifying Gel Moisturiser, £68
Chanel has launched a makeup and skincare line for men. Start yourself off with its fortifying gel moisturiser, which hydrates and tightens for a youthful glow that isn’t oily. Green coffee extract acts as a powerful antioxidant, protecting the skin from harsh weather and pollutants. Apply two pumps in the morning or evening.
R&R Moisturising Hand Sanitiser, £5
African brand R&R’s sanitiser is a moisturising gel with an antibacterial formula. Coming in a handy 100ml bottle, it contains lemongrass oil that leaves a refreshing scent, while shea butter and aloe vera extracts mean palms aren’t left dry or irritated.
Korres Mountain Pepper Eau de Toilette, £44.50
This new fragrance from sustainably minded Greek brand Korres has a gentle woody scent, with top notes of orange and mountain pepper giving way to a base of musk, amber and moss. Want to make it your signature scent? Sign up to the subscription service that sees a new bottle delivered to your door every four, eight or 12 weeks.
Ruffians Matt Clay, £18
Premium barbershop Ruffians has launched its own haircare line. This matt clay might be the pick of the collection. Organic seaweed protects your hair against pollutants and UV damage, while candelilla and olive extracts act as natural thickeners. Use it to achieve a long-hasting hold and solid structure, without worrying about flakiness.
Heath The Face Set, £24
The Face Set from indie grooming brand Heath combines two of its products to simplify your daily routine. There’s a hard-working face wash – with activated charcoal to help remove dead skin cells – and a high-performing moisturiser that protects skin from ageing blue light. Use them together for soft, clean and shine-free skin.
Beyl Skincare Clima-Adaptive Anti-pollution Moisturiser, £85
Under-the-radar brand Beyl creates products specifically for male skin. This moisturiser is its hero product, shielding skin against blue light and air pollution to reduce the appearance of fine lines, while micro algae-derived probiotics keep skin nourished. All the products in Beyl’s range are suitable for dry, oily and combination skin, and are gentle enough to be used daily.
Dr Dennis Gross Breakout Clearing Gel, £40
If you’re suffering from acne, this is a new option to consider. A fast-acting gel treatment with an ingredients list that includes salicylic acid, vitamin B3 and monk’s pepper, it will help fight blemishes, unclog pores and control oiliness. Aloe vera and green tea have been added to soothe skin and balance out the complexion. Apply a thin layer once a day over clean, dry skin before using any moisturiser.
Horace Wakey Wakey Exfoliating Soap Bar, £7
Horace’s refreshing soap bars make showers easier and better. The exfoliating Wakey Wakey bar is made with 99.9% ingredients of natural origin and is gentle enough to be used by all skin types. An olive oil base helps cleanse the skin, while walnut shell combats flakiness. For ultra-soft skin, the bar has added coconut oil, plus an earthy, woody scent.
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