The premium skincare and haircare market continue to explode with new product. Whether it’s moisturizers, hair conditioners, or something to rub some life into tired eyes, there’s something for everyone’s grooming blindspot. As the packaging game picks up, they make for pretty cool accessories to your bathroom countertop, too.

For the summer of ’18, we’ve pulled together some of our favorite products to ensure your entire routine is taken care of. For flawless skin hacks, we’re recommending tried and tested products including a facial cleanser from Aesop, a refreshing shine-control spray from Kiehl’s and an anti-fatigue cream from Tom Ford that’s perfect for hungover mornings.

Meanwhile, for the follicles on top, we’ve left no hair unanswered for with a leave-in conditioner from Pankhurst London that’s primed for longer hair, a DevaCurl deep conditioner perfect for curly-headed men, and a super-rich beard butter from Detroit Grooming Co., because your facial fuzz needs moisture, too.

Cover all bases with the full range below, and if you’re new to the #skincare hype, read our guide to starting out with your skincare routine here.

For your skin

Parsley Seed Facial Cleanser



Oil Eliminator Refreshing Shine Control Spray Toner



Anti- Fatigue

Tom Ford


Ultra Tanning Oil

Heinrich Barth


01 Day Cream

Dr Jackson


Organic Coconut Melt

Dr. Jackson's


For your hair

Volumising Conditioner



Rough Luxury Molding Wax



Anti-Breakage Serum



Leave In Styling Conditioner

Pankhurst London


40 Sea Salt Spray

Blind Barber


30 Proof Styling Cream

Blind Barber


Beard Butter

Detroit Grooming Co.


Deep Curl Conditioner



For more grooming inspiration, check out rapper Rick Ross’ new Bosses-Only beauty line, which uses champagne and caviar extracts.

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  • Photography: left image Kiehl's / right image: MR PORTER
Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor
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