This Father's Day, we're making a pledge to put more effort in the gifts we present to Dad. No more jars of hair pomade that will collect dust in the bathroom or cologne sets he won't bother ripping the plastic seal off of. Instead, we're getting him grooming gifts he's sure to add to his almost non-existent routine.
From hard-milled bath soap to callous-soothing body lotion, we've selected six gifts that are perfect for the man who doesn't want to (or has no time to) spend hours getting ready each morning... but, of course, still cares about looking good.
Grooming gift ideas that will clean your dad up with the quickness:
This three-piece kit marries traditional barber techniques with modern technology for a close shave. $140, usa.loccitane.com
Your mother won't have to hide her favorite bar soap from your father, as he'll have his own to scrub away. $14, macys.com
Dad can wash away a day's worth of dirt and grime without feeling like he's using some feminine face wash. $6, walgreens.com
This mint-scented shampoo will help get his hair (if he has any) and scalp back to a healthy state. $17, hanzdefuko.com
A men's fragrance that smells so good, you'll want to steal from your old man. $98, shop.nordstrom.com
This skin-soothing lotion is blended with glycerine, shea butter and essential vitamins, but is free of sulfates, synthetic fragrances and dyes. Though he'll only care to know that it will get the job done. $24, sephora.com
Paula Knight on Lunch Break has some ideas for last-minute Father's Day gift ideas. Photo: F. Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal.
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