Shaving is one of the many tedious daily tasks that men have a wide range of feelings about. Some men love the feeling of a freshly shaved face, while other men long to let their beard grow long and free like some kind of wild Father Christmas.

Regardless of whether shaving is a loved or hated event, a daily or weekly event, there are some things that are an almost ritualistic part of shaving. One of those things is aftershave.

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Lack of proper beard care can oftentimes lead to the itchy and uncomfortable phenomenon known as beardruff. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term, beardruff is basically dandruff on your face. Similar to the dandruff on your head, beardruff is a sign that you haven’t been giving your prized chin-curtain the tender loving care it deserves.

In order to treat this pesky beard condition, it’s important to understand what’s happening on the surface of your skin as well as below it.

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This guide is designed for all of the men out there suffering from thin or flat out boring hair. Find out how to positively add more volume to your dull-looking hair and gain more confidence with a much more charming hair style.

For some guys — and I understand this won't happen for most — hitting the hair with a blow-dryer on high heat is probably the most effective way to add some height to their hair. While this may seem extreme for some, a full wet-to-dry blowout is not necessary...

There's no need to burn your entire wallet when shopping for a new watch. Plenty of great quality watches on the market are affordable and get the job done just right.

Quality isn't usually the top standard in budget watches, but that doesn't mean it can't be. You don't need to own a $58,000 Rolex Cosmograph or even a $4,000 Omega Seamaster to have a good grasp on time. Here's a list of solid, entry-level watches all retailing somewhere under $100 for the frugal man that wants to be to...

One third of men admit to not brushing their teeth every day. What’s more, men are also less likely to seek the dental preventive care, and often neglect their dental health for years, or even decades.

Do you actually need to floss? Is brushing twice a day really that important? Read more to find just how deadly poor dental health is and how a Tic Tac won't save you.

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So you've got a beard sprouting from your face. But, that's not all that goes into it. Are you properly caring for your majestic face warmer? We often get engrossed in the thoughts of growing legendary beards and start contemplating various styles but forget that beards ultimately require regular maintenance. Maintaining your beard and keeping it healthy on a regular basis is just as important as brushing your teeth. After all, you want your beard to be the best beard it can be, not some scraggly bird's nest....

igars and cigar culture have a long and storied history. The age-old practice of cigar smoking dates back to the 10th century, in which the ancient Mayans smoked tobacco wrapped in either palm or plantain leaves. Europeans landing in the New World quickly adopted this custom and saw it spread like wildfire. These are the key legends that pioneered the cigars we are familiar with today....

I love lifting weights.

It’s not only you versus weights but also you versus your mind and excuses. Each training session not only improves your physique but defines your character as well. Every rep brings you one step closer to getting stronger, both physically and mentally.

Lifting weights teaches you a lot of important lessons which apply not only to sports but to life in general. In this post, I’d love to share with you the 7 lessons that I value the most.

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I squat every single day of the week, and I do it well. Over a four month period, I was able to add 40 pounds onto my low bar back squat, and 95 pounds onto my high bar back squat and front squat. I also added a significant amount of muscle mass. To learn why you should be squatting every day, read on....

Every marine endured fear during the Battle of Iwo Jima in 1945. As one of the bloodiest battles in the Pacific Theatre of WWII, the island claimed over 26,000 American casualties with around 6,800 dead in five weeks of fierce fighting. Japanese forces fought ferociously to the last man without surrender. Of roughly 20,000 Japanese troops stationed on Iwo Jima, only 216 were taken prisoner. American marines coped with the horrors of battle and broke through frozen panic through mental fortitude. Effective training and camaraderie among marines empowered them to fight...