The Inkey List PHA Toner, £9.99
Skin blemishes and acne are two sure-fire ways to have your day ruined, but fortunately there are plenty of toners and cleansers out there that can help. The Inkey List is a cosmetics brand that are unpretentious and open about their products, there are no fancy names, just ingredients. The PHA Toner uses polyhydroxy acid (PHA) to help treat your skin in a gentle yet effective way to prevent blemishes.
Available at The Inkey List.
Wild Natural Deodorant Case, £10
The cosmetics industry produces a lot of waste, just think about the amount of packaging that gets thrown away every time you run out of deodorant, toothpaste or anything else. To help reduce this quantity of waste, Wild has created a high quality aluminium deodorant tube that is refillable with their natural deodorant. Reinforcing the idea that it’s a long term product, you can also personalise the case.
Available at Wild.
Herbivore Lapis Tansy Face Oil, £52.35
The Lapis Tansy Face Oil from Herbivore is an award winning natural skincare product named after the elegant blue stone that has been used in jewellery since the time of Ancient Egypt. The blue colouration comes from its key ingredient blue tansy, it also contains Azulene, which soothes irritated skin. While it is designed to help with sore or blemished skin, it also provides a helpful hydration boost.
Available at Herbivore Botanicals.
Battle Rhythm Beard Co. Big Bastard Collection, £65
Battle Rhythm Beard Co. are a bombastic and characterful brand delivering vegan and vegetarian-friendly grooming products for men, with a portion of each sale going to veteran and first responder charities. Not only will their beard butter and soap make you look good but they also have great names like Spitfire and M-72 and feeling cool is a big part of style. If your beard is particularly wild, they offer The Big Bastard collection that contains everything you need to get it under control.
Available at Battle Rhythm Beard Co.
Amaffi Power Sceptre Fragrance, £5,500
In the complete image of true gentleman, he is never without a stick or cane, but in the modern world that’s somewhat an outdated notion. Instead, how about a power sceptre from the perfume masters at Amaffi, who produce a rose and patchouli scent packaged in a characterful bottle in the shape of a royal sceptre, after all, who is more gentlemanly than a royal?
Available at Amaffi.