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Skincare Essentials from Nip+Man
Updated on 01 August 2016

The harsh summer heat combined with humidity increases skin problems, including oiliness, breakouts and the dreaded sunburn. But looking well-groomed always gives you an edge, and men need to take a closer look at their summer skin care routine. Luckily, Nip+Man’s range of skincare products are formulated to tackle specific concerns. From refreshing face washes to soothing after shave lotions, the brand has got you covered for all your facial skincare dilemmas.

Available from Spinneys, sivvi.com, basharacare.com and beautysolutions-me.com.

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