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The eShave Guide to Fall Grooming

Summer is fleeting. This means fall is upon us and beards are back — or not. At the very least, carefree summer grooming is out the door. When you’re ready to roll off the beach or check back in, we teamed up with eShave to help you brush up for fall.

 Here’s our suggestions for your fall grooming regimen:

 FACE MOISTURIZER: Try out êShave’s paraben-free White Tea Face Moisturizer. It’s an extra light lotion made with natural sunscreens to protect the skin from harmful UVA and UVB. Yes, you still need sunscreen in the fall. It’s also infused with vitamin E and green tea extract to combat the signs of aging.

Price: $28 (1.7oz)

 BEARD: Sporting a beard? No need to be itchy, scratchy and uncomfortable. Beard oil helps moisturize your skin, prevent itchiness and softens beard hairs. If you’re looking to try beard oil for the first time or want to switch brands, check out eShave’s Pre Shave Oil. It’s available in seven scents, including orange sandalwood, verbena lime, cucumber, almond, white tea, lavender and fragrance free.

Price: $22 (2 oz)

 SHAVINGIf you keep it smooth this season, we suggest getting back to a three-step regimen of pre-shave, shaving cream and after shave. If you’re still using the mass-market disposable razor, you might want to check out eShave’s design-savvy razor and brushes. Using a brush to apply shaving cream helps soften and lift up your beard before you shave. We recommend trying trying out eShave’s collection of all three and their creative razors and brushes.

Collections: $70 Includes Pre Shave oil, Shave Cream and After Shave Soother

êShave Shaving Sets ($198-$220)

BODY: Don’t forget a little TLC for your body. This often gets overlooked with beards and shaving. êShave’s new Moisturizing Bath Soap Bars smell great and moisturize while you scrub down. They have three masculine scents including Orange Sandalwood, Verbena Lime and White Tea.

Price: $15 (7oz)

eShave has been around for more than 15 years and continues to incorporate art and design into shaving. Check them out online to view their other products or find store locations.

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