Get It Beauty: A Male’s Guide to San Francisco Grooming

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Out with your girlfriend at a local beauty counter? Not sure what to even look at? Well you’ve come to the right place. A simple guide for men who want to be as low maintenance as possible.

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Pre shave lotion, post shave lotion, oils, creams, and serums - Where does one start? We don’t want to overload you but we’ve got some heavy hitters we can’t live without. No literally, put us on our death bed if any of these things leave our lives. Whether you’re a guy on the go or a man with a plan, we’re confident that these products will fit snugly into the hourglass of your day to day. Otherwise, this never happened.

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A.) Simple moisturizer:
Mom always said to wash your face thoroughly and slap on a bit of Vaseline after… No… just us? Well fear not, grab a to-go bottle of Aesop’s Hydrating Cream for when the skin is dry as a desert, red as a tomato, or just needs general love. Your skin absorbs 60% of moisture (since it’s an organ) so find your sidekick. // Get it: 2450 Fillmore St, San Francisco

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B.) Post Shave Lotion:

The feeling of your stubble growing out usually induces two visceral reactions. 1: Finally shading on my “at-risk-chin”, 2: Please don’t break me out. To help with both of those unfortunate situations, San Francisco Men’s care company, Every Jack Man understand the science behind beardism. Their Post Shave Lotion in Sandalwood is divine. Selling in stores nationwide, getting your hands on a bottle is as simple as the A,B,C’s. // Get It: Every Jack Man

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C.) Hair Oil:

If you aren’t priding yourself on a properly constructed man bun then this product is great for your hair that wants to do its own thing. With support. Breathe easy knowing that your hair is hydrated through the entire day without having to stop at a cars rear window to do a quick check. The hair puts itself in check. // Get It: 305 Kearny St, San Francisco

Model. Brian of EXALT
Photo. Anthony Rogers

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