Nivea For Men’s Sensitive Hydro Gel – the perfect cure for ‘stubble dandruff’!

Having sported a beard (or at least something approximating one) for something like 10 years now I’m acutely aware that it can bring with it a few little ‘problems’. Apart from the itchiness and odour isssues after you’ve slurped your way through a bowl of spaghetti vongole (my fave pasta dish) there’s the dreaded ‘beard dandruff’ to contend with too.  And there’s nothing worse than scratching your chin and ending up a snowglobe.

Part of the problem is that stubble tends to wick moisture away from the skin where it’s allowed to evaporate. This means that the skin under your bristles often ends up dry, flaky and itchy. The solution, of course, is to use a good moisturiser. Unfortunately, many can leave sticky residues on your beard so Nivea For Men have come up with a stubble-friendly version.

Their Sensitive Hydro Gel is the ideal way to hydrate skin under stubble because it’s lightweight, non greasy and easily absorbed. Since it also contains organic Chamomile and Aloe Vera it also has skin-calming, anti-inflammatory properties too.  If you’ve got stubble this is an essential.

Nivea For Men’s Sensitive Hydro Gel is available from Boots.

This week I am mostly loving…..

1. Natio For Men Muscle Soothing Heat Rub (£8 for 110g from www.debenhams.com). Unlike many rubs this Australian number, infused with peppermint, menthol and ginger,  won’t leave you honking like a sports locker and doesn’t feel like you’ve rubbed your skin with a couple of raw chillies either. I know it’s meant for muscles but I’ve discovered it makes a brilliantly refreshing foot rub too.

2. Tisserand Concentrate Essential Oil Roll-On Remedy, £4.95 from www.tisserand.com). Although it’s practically February I still haven’t quite got back into the swing of things work-wise so this roll-on, packed with essential oils to help concentration, has been a Godsend. I take it to product launches too, where keeping your eyes open is often a major challenge.

4. Nivea For Men Q10 Revitalizing Eye Roll-On, £10.49 for 10ml from www.boots.com) Brilliant new cooling roller-ball eye gel that works wonders on eye bags, especially if you chill it overnight on the windowsill. Half the price of many eye creams too.

3. Equmen Precision Briefs, £30.65 from www.mankind.co.uk. These low-rise pants are new arrivals at Mankind and in my role as Grooming Ed there it’s my job to road test them (there are worse jobs I know). They’re ergonomically  designed to keep your bits cool and snugly in place and are actually some of the comfiest pants I’ve ever worn. They’re surprisingly  flattering too.  Ok, too much information….


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