Becoz You’re Special Dad

Men need some TLC too. Here, we’ve rounded up some grooming products (and a skincare routine) that are just about right for that special man in your life – your dad.


Special Cleansing Gel

A soap-free, foaming gel will cleanse your dad’s skin. Its refreshing lather thoroughly removes impurities without disturbing the skin’s natural moisture balance. The iconic cleanser gently rinses away toxins and debris to leave the skin feeling smooth and clean. Lightweight and mild enough to use every day, it features calming extracts to soothe the skin.


Daily Microfoliant

An exfoliating powder is needed to achieve brighter, smoother skin for your dad. The rice-based powder activates upon contact with water, releasing papain, salicylic acid and rice enzymes to polish skin to perfection. A skin brightening complex of phytic acid from rice bran, white tea and licorice helps balance uneven skin tone and calms skin.


Multi-Active Toner

A light facial toner spray will hydrate and refresh your old man’s skin. It helps condition the skin and prepares for proper moisture absorption on spritzing after cleansing. The refreshing facial spritz hydrates while smoothing the surface with moisture-binding humectants plus soothing ingredients. It is an antibacterial lotion and great to use after shaving.


Active Moist

A sheer, easy-to-apply active moist formula is important for your dad. This contains silk amino acids and a unique combination of plant extracts that help improve skin texture and combat surface dehydration.


SPF 50

A sheer solar protection treatment will defend his skin against prolonged damage from UV light and environmental assault. The oleosome microspheres help enhance SPF performance and counteract moisture loss triggered by extended daylight exposure. The lightweight formula helps neutralise damage and bind moisture to skin without a greasy after-feel.


  • Inputs from Dermalogica



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