Mr Porter, brother site to Net-a-Porter, is a treasure trove when it comes to beauty products. In the grooming section, you'll find a ton of unisex and male products we guarantee you'll covet. Some products from brands like Sisley and Dr. Sebagh you'll recognise all too well, but then there are other niche brands that you probably don't know but should familiarise yourself with, quick sharp.
What's great about grooming products is that, on the whole, the packaging is minimal, which means if interiors are your thing, these products will enhance the look of your home rather than detract from it. And let's face it, men tend to opt for no-nonsense, does-what-it-says-on-the-tin products that work, and we can totally get on board with that.
From the scent I've had female colleagues fight over to the men's razor you should own (because they're just better), keep scrolling for the seven grooming buys you should snap up now or buy to borrow from the men in your life (S.O. or otherwise).
In my past life when I worked on the beauty desk at a well-known glossy fashion magazine, this was the fragrance we would all fight over. It's green but not too grassy. There is an addictive quality about this fragrance that will literally make people go green with envy when they smell you wearing it. Snap this up.
For city dwellers, this soothing, calming moisturiser can be used day and night to hydrate and nourish the skin. With antioxidant parsley seed and white tea, this cream protects your complexion from external aggressors like pollution.
Byrdie assistant editor Elinor Block has been enamoured with this brand since she and her husband discovered it during a weekend away in Margate. Locally sourced seaweed and sea buckthorn are blended with aloe, lavender and sage in this body wash to cleanse, but never dry out, your skin.
Gut health spans the genders, and this supplement is made from a mixed strain of highly concentrated and live bacteria in a fermented green base. The formula is alkaline to help balance your gut's microbiome and kick-start the digestive process. Expect to feel better physically, mentally and emotionally.
There is something about men's razors—they just seem to work better and provide a closer shave than most women's options. Plus, they look chic like this rather than pink and glittery. In fact, this razor is reusable, it's compatible with all makes of blades and it will look smart on your bath.
Originally founded in Paris centuries ago, this modern iteration of the brand utilises the original formulas. This multipurpose balm contains calming chamomile water and softening shea butter to soothe irritated skin and make light work of rough patches. The packaging looks great too.
Okay, so Sisley is commonplace on our beauty websites, but it was interesting to see this marketed at men. This eye mask's aim is to tackle fatigue for you (if you just can't get an optimum night's sleep). Pro-vitamin B5 and arnica extract reduce puffiness and dark circles, while ginkgo biloba boosts circulation. Use for 10 minutes two to three times per week; simply slather on and tissue off.