Though I'm totally open to trying new things, I'm a creature of habit and when I find something I like I stick to it (until something else is good enough to replace it haha).
Here are my current products that men should really get in to using.
Bamboo Charcoal Konjac Sponges
I'll admit that I'm not the best at body exfoliation, but this little sponge has come in handy. Konjac comes from the root of a plant and it's processed and moulded in to different shapes. Bamboo and charcoal are added during the process which help with absorbing extra debris on the skin and they act as a natural antibacterial agent.
Graydon Eau Pour Garcons
Eau Pour Garcons is a non toxic spray that refreshes and kills germs. You can literally use it on everything. For me, it lives in my gym bag so I can spray it in my running shoes after a work out. If I'm in a rush after the gym I'll spray it on my hands to ward off gym equipment germs. Other uses could be your car, sports equipment, lockers, or even as a bathroom spray. The scent is a bit citrusy with a touch of mint so guys will like it.
Ducray Neoptide Hair Lotion
This preventive hair loss spray has 2 active ingredients that do 3 actions. The actives’ threefold efficacy leads to normalization of the hair cycle, thus curbing hair loss and delaying complete hair loss. I have a small patch of hair on my forehead hair line that has thinned out over the years. I wanted to find something that might promote that hair to thicken or grow back. I've been using Ducray for almost 2 months and haven't seen any results yet, but I'm hopeful as the bottle says it can take 3 months (or the use of a whole bottle which lasts 3 months).
Joico Tint Shot Root Concealer
When I first noticed the small patch of thin hair in my hair line I hunted for a product that would immediately help hide my small patch of hair that creates a small gap in my hair line. I discovered Tint Shot through Joico's PR company. The aerosol can delivers a shot of micro pigments that conceal roots instantly. I experimented with it on my hair line by taking one square of toilet paper, folding it in half and pressing it against my hair line. I then spray 2 or 3 times on my thin patch and I was really happy with the results. I have medium dark brown hair and I use the light brown colour so it looks more like a shadow effect instead of a harsh dark line like the dark brown colour gave me. I'm hooked.
Kevin Murphy Night.Rider
For fellas looking for the ultimate hair care product (and willing to spend a little extra on good hair) let me introduce Kevin Murphy Night.Rider! It's a matte textured paste with strong hold. Good for those, like me, who want a constructed messy look with no shine. It's best when applied just before hair completely drys after a shower.