guy-approved green grooming products

natural skincare for men

My boyfriend and I have a running joke that he is going to start a new green beauty blog called “Sh*t Kim Gives Me,” where he offers no-frills, 2-sentence reviews of the products he tests.

Until he moves forward with securing that very-long URL, he’ll have to offer some ideas here on kimberlyloc.com. Today, we’re sharing a few of his favorite natural skincare for men product picks across several categories.

I’ve paraphrased a few things he has said about each of this favorites below. Would you care to see true reviews from him?

Natural Skincare for Men

Face Wash

Osea Ocean Cleansing Mudd

Tingly and refreshing.

Ursa Major Fantastic Face Wash

Minty and fresh. A favorite.

Face Moisturizer

Brickell Daily Essential Face Moisturizer

My favorite face moisturizer. Why haven’t you gotten more of this for me?

Metta Fortifying Face Balm

Great for winter and evening moisture.

Ursa Major Face Balm

Nice and light. Excellent for warm weather.

Lip Balm

Osmia Organics Lip Doctor

Why haven’t you gotten me my own stick of this?

Rachel’s Plan Bee Lip Balm

Hey, that little bag inside the package Rachel sent you says “To Sam.” Quit using my lip balm!

Shampoo

Acure Organics Shampoo

I love Acure. I’m a sucker for lather.

Soap

Osmia Organics Soap in Coffee Mint

OK, I understand now why these soaps are so expensive. It lasts a long time.

Body Wash

Brickell Invigorating Mint Body Wash

I prefer bar soaps most of the time, but this body wash is really nice. Good lather.

Deodorant

Meow Meow Tweet Deodorant Cream in Tea Tree

This is the only one that really works for me.

Still Searching For

  • A non-greasy, moisturizing body lotion that keeps skin from feeling itchy
  • A non-greasy, moisturizing hand lotion that keeps skin from cracking (trying to ween him off of Working Hands!)

What do the dudes in your life use? Have you converted them to green skincare and grooming products? Tell me in the comments section!


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