Proper Grooming for a Gentleman

Daily attention to proper grooming is of the utmost importance in maintaining your gentlemanly presence. Just as the perfect pairing of tie and tie bar can make you the envy of the room, so too can your grooming regimen turn you from forgettable to iconic.

Here we give you GENTRY’s take on what we suggest should always be within arms reach on your bathroom counter top.

Baxter of California SKINCARE 1.2.3 – Cleanse, tone and hydrate your skin on a daily basis with a trio of products designed to balance and control excess oil production without drying facial skin.

Baxter of California CLAY POMADE – Styling clay for men’s hair. A blend of natural clay and wax gives hold and texture to hair. Leaves hair with a matte look.

Davines No 2 Mat Moulding Gesso – Another good alternative to Baxter’s Clay Pomade for strong definition and maximum hold with a matte finish.

Byredo Parfums BAL D’AFRIQUE – A warm and romantic vetiver inspired by Paris in the late 20’s and its infatuation with African culture, art, music and dance. A mix of the Parisian avantgardism and African culture shaped a unique and vibrant expression. The intense life, the excess and euphoria is illustrated by Bal d’Afrique’s neroli, African marigold and Moroccan cedarwood.

Baxter of California Candle – Jasmin Noir – “Flammable,” one in a series of three soy wax-based candles. Produced in partnership with Joya, a trailblazer in the home fragrance design industry, with packaging design by Marc Atlan. A pack of matches from Monocle also adds a touch of class and sophistication not found with your typical Bic lighter.

Chamberlain’s Pain Balm – And just for some perspective and history, these antique pain balm bottles from Chamberlain are the perfect addition to your counter top. The company was founded in the late 19th century but truly began to flourish with various products in the 1920s, particularly with their pain balm under the moniker, Chamberlain Medicine Co.

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