In decades past, beauty may have been a woman’s game, but we’re beyond the days when men were looked down on for caring about their grooming regimen. Here are some products to take your daily routine to the next level—and hey, most of these would make pretty great Father’s Day gifts!

matte lip balm
Get the moisture your lips need without excess shine. This balm is formulated to deeply hydrate and soothe dry, cracked lips thanks to ingredients like cactus extract, ceramide and apple seed oil.
$5 from

d.s. & durga
Originally released as a limited-time fragrance, this scent from the Brooklyn-based company was so popular it joined the full-time line. People went nuts (pun intended) over the fragrance, which along with plenty of pistachio includes notes of cardamom, roasted almond, patchouli and vanilla crème.
$210/50 ml from

loggers hand salve
walrus oil
This plant-based salve is your solution for dry, cracked hands. It includes soothing butters, oils and waxes, such as coconut oil, olive wax, candelilla wax, cocoa butter, peppermint oil and vitamin E. The result is a salve that isn’t greasy, sticky or shiny.
$9.99 from

gentle facial cleansing milk
This non-foaming cleanser is perfect for dry and sensitive skin. Key ingredients include provitamin B5, grape seed and sandalwood to leave skin feeling softened and refreshed. Thanks to the mix of soothing botanicals, it also has a natural woody and herbaceous scent.
$37 from

sea salt spray
This styling spray offers beachy vibes for all hair types. It enhances natural curls, reduces frizz and adds volumized texture courtesy of its organic formula. Key ingredients include sea salt to absorb oil and build volume, vitamin E to promote hair growth and hydrolyzed proteins to encourage moisture retention.
$22 from

revival recovery gel moisturizer
pretty boy
This moisturizer is designed to be a multi-tasker for all skin types. It tackles dark circles, redness, beard itch and wrinkles. The formula includes niacinamide, hyaluronic acid, squalene and ceramide. Plus, it’s gentle enough that it won an award from the National Eczema Association.
$38 from