10 best men's skincare products

Oscar Quine cleanses, tones and moisturises to find skin-savers blokes will be proud to display on the bathroom shelf

Men’s skincare is booming. An increasing number of brands offer products specially formulated for blokes, from moisturisers to face scrubs. We've upped our skincare regimen to find the best out there. From the very affordable Burt’s and Lotil, to the pricier Clarins and Aesop, it’s up to you how much you want to part with in the quest for hydrated, healthy skin. Here's our pick of the best.  

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Verdict:

There are two stand-out products here. The Bulldog Original Face Wash, for being a natural cleanser that takes care of your skin’s basic needs at a great price. And for those after something special: Aesop’s B Triple C for delivering an atomic blast of goodness that leaves your skin feeling silky smooth.

Buy now

1.Lotil Original Cream, £6.29 for 114ml

2.Burt’s Bees Lipbalm, £3.69 for 4.25g

3.Bulldog Original Face Wash, £4.75 for 175ml

4.Liz Earle Face Scrub, £13.75 for 75ml

5.NYR Men Purifying Face Wash for 100ml, £15 

6.Kiehl’s Facial Fuel Transformer, £27 for 75ml

7.Glamoxy™ Snake Mask, £29 for 50ml

8.Clarins Men's Fatigue Fighter, £30 for 50ml

9.Malin + Goetz 10% Sulfur Paste, £16.50 for 14ml 

10.Aesop B Triple C, £81 for 60ml

 

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