In the early days of November, you might feel like the itchy stubble phase will never end. That’s where this Sandalwood Stubble Balm from The Art of Shaving comes in. This hydrating balm works to soften uncomfortable stubble and moisturize the skin with a lightweight, silky formula. As an added bonus, it smells amazing, too.
It’s time to ditch the razor for No Shave November, but that doesn’t mean abandoning your morning grooming routine.
1. Sandalwood Stubble Balm from The Art of Shaving
2. Starter Beard Growth Kit from The Beard Club
Growing out a full mane during No Shave November isn’t always easy, with challenges ranging from patchy spots to unruly strands. The Beard Club offers a solution in its Starter Beard Growth Kit. Each kit contains a derma roller to stimulate the skin and support growth, cleaning spray for the roller, hair growth supporting multi-vitamins, and beard growth oil for a silky smooth finish.
3. Cedar and Sage Conditioning Beard Oil from The Body Shop
The Body Shop’s Conditioning Beard Oil smells as good as it feels. Sage, clove and cedar essential oils offer a subtle woodsy scent, while soybean, coconut and babassu oil bring the natural hydration. The Body Shop also uses fair-trade ingredients and doesn’t test on animals, so it’s a choice you can feel good about.
4. Beard Butter from Koils by Nature
If your beard hair texture is coarse, oils might not be absorbed as easily making beard butter a must. This pick from Koils by Nature contains ultra hydrating ingredients such as shea butter, kokum butter and mango seed butter to keep your skin and beard supple.
5. Nourishing Beard Mask from Scotch Porter
When it comes to hydration, sometimes beard oil or beard butter just won’t cut it. This Nourishing Beard Mask from Scotch Porter stands up to dry, cold fall air with shea butter and sunflower seed oil.
6. Peppermint Beard Wash from The Art of Saving
Put away the bar soap. This Peppermint Beard Wash from The Art of Shaving does a much better job of cleansing your beard, with the added benefit of feeling super refreshing.
7. Multigroom Beard Trimming Kit from Philips Norelco
A great looking beard requires some trimming. This all-in-one kit from Philips Norelco has 13 attachments to help you achieve the perfect length and shape. It’s also a serious value at less than $20.
8. Beard Comb and Brush Set from Viking Revolution
Style your beard with this Beard Comb and Brush Set from Viking Revolution. The boar bristle brush is especially good at applying beard oil or butter evenly and removing any dead skin cells under your beard.
9. Beard Wax from Honest Amish
Tame any unruly beard hair with this beeswax-based Original Beard Wax from Honest Amish. Unruly hairs won’t stand a chance.
10. Bump Fix from Jack Black
If you decide to shave your beard after No Shave November, Bump Fix from Jack Black is a must. The powerhouse solution prevents ingrown hairs, treats acne and eliminates razor bumps. Even if you decide to keep your beard, this product can be applied after you clean up your neck.