The 10 Best men's grooming products

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Movember has arrived, but it doesn't all have to be novelty fuzz. Rock a serious moustache look with these grooming essentials

1. Citrus and Vetiver Elixir

This potion should be gently massaged into your facial hair; it'll keep any new moustache you might be growing for Movember looking particularly glossy.

£7.95, mrnatty.com

2. Razor

If you decide not to keep your new furry friend at the end of Movember, then dispatch it with style – and a flourish – with this fancy razor.

£90, moltonbrown.com

3. Moustache Comb

Growing a 'tache is easy but the maintenance could catch you out, which is where this comb comes in handy. And £2 from every one sold is invested back into men's health.

£4.50, kentbrushes.com

4. Moustache Wax

Keeping facial hair in shape and giving it a bit of body is paramount. This fancy little tub of wax is lightly scented so will keep your 'tache looking and smelling dandy.

£5, penhaligons.com

5. Shaving Brush

If hair and lip must part company, let it be with care and attention. If you use this Badger brush, you'll de-fuzz with a certain amount of flair and panache.

£80, czechandspeake.com

6. Super Stubble

If you already have a beard but are paring it down, manscape some suitable looking stubble with this little gadget from BaByliss. It works in the shower, too.

£67.50, babyliss.co.uk

7. Beard Lube

The facial wizardry that is the handlebar-and-goatee combo requires a steady hand and a certain amount of skill. So invest in this clear beard lube from Jack Black.

From £7, getjackblack.com

8. Shave Oil

If you're planning to opt for the Magnum, P.I. style, then the rest of your face would need to be pretty clean-shaven. This oil gives a close, accurate shave.

£13, labseries.com

9. The Marvellous Moustache Box

This kit contains comb, scissors and wax, and you'll also get an expert guide on how to cultivate that shapely bit of facial hair.

£55, murdocklondon.com

10. Dual Action ShaveMud

Come December, this shaving mud can double as a cleansing face mask. You could also apply it to the 'tache while it's still in situ, helping to nourish and condition.

£19, espaskincare.com

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