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Grooming: L’Oreal

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FRESH START. The color of molten lava, this Volcano Red Foam product from L’Oreal unleashes acne-fighting force for those with oil-prone skin. Carefully formulated with key ingredients, the foam uses salicylic acid to cleanse, volcanic mineral extract to purify pores and peppermint extract to … [Read more...]

Grooming: Juara

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BOTANIC TO THE CORE. Putting one’s skin first is a sure-fire way to attract attention for the right reasons. Helping you achieve this is a New York skincare brand using Indonesian botanicals, Juara. An Indonesian word meaning “champion,” Juara aspires to help customers achieve a victorious … [Read more...]

Scents: Etro

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NOMADIC SOUL. A summer fragrance inspired by the chaotically colorful and largest Indian state, Rajasthan by Etro possesses an accordingly lively scent palette. Contained in a vibrantly colored bottle, equally spirited scent notes include pink pepper, lemon flower and white musk to reveal the … [Read more...]

Grooming: L’Occitane

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GENERATION GAME. When seeking heritage within your grooming products, one need look no further than L’Occitane. Over generations, Provencal shepherds have passed down the secret properties of a wood holding strong values of tradition and generosity. The name of this wood is Cade, another word … [Read more...]

Scents: Acqua di Parma

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FOR OUD TIMES’ SAKE. Embodying definitive Italian style with a fragrance designed to bring you the best of both worlds, Acqua di Parma’s Oud combines the replenishing freshness of Colonia Intensa with the rich and revered scent of Oud. More specifically, top citrus notes hover above … [Read more...]

Scents: Bulgari’s New Fragrance Aqva Amara Pour Homme

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BITTER WATERS. Bulgari embraces the sun and the ocean once again in the new fragrance, Aqva Amara. It is the more masculine follow-up to the delicate blue-colored Bulgari Aqva Pour Homme. The word “Amara” itself means bitter water, and the packaging stays away from any shades of blue, but … [Read more...]