We’ve tallied up the nominations, and these are the four most popular trimmers for keeping your beard in check. See what readers had to say below, then vote for your favorite at the end of the post!
For those who want something between a clean-shaven baby face and a full-on Duck Dynasty look, a good electric beard trimmer is essential for maintaining your scruff while still looking presentable. So we want to know, which one should you buy?
Today only, Amazon’s offering fantastic prices on a tidy little selection of popular Panasonic electric shavers.
The Oral-B 7000 SmartSeries is the first toothbrush on the market to connect to your smartphone over Bluetooth, which allows you to track your brushing habits over time, see which areas of your mouth could use more attention, and avoid damaging your gums by brushing too hard. If you’re worried that’s just a gimmick,…
Panasonic’s face, ear and nose hair trimmer is one of the most popular items we’ve ever posted, and a no-brainer addition to everyone’s bathroom arsenal. It’s priced at $11 today, less than a dollar off its all-time low price. [Panasonic ER-GN30-K Nose, Ear n Facial Hair Trimmer Wet/Dry with Vortex Cleaning System,…
Spending a little money on an electric toothbrush now could save you a lot on dentist bills down the road, and we’ve got two solid options on sale for just $30 today.
Our call for best men’s deodorants contenders resulted in a huge list of nominees. Here are the top five, let’s vote on a winner.
Last week we tackled bad breath. Now let’s go ahead and move on to your armpits before summer really kicks in. What’s the best men’s deodorant? Tell us in the comments.
Nobody wants to see your nose hair, but it's easy to keep it at bay with this $10 trimmer from Panasonic.
After a record number of comments, nominations, recommendations, and votes, Burt's Bees is your choice for best lip balm by a wide margin.
I don't like shaving. In fact, I don't really know anybody that does. It's messy. It's time consuming. It's sometimes painful. I started using an electric shaver a while back, but I've still never been happy with it. The new Norelco 9700 gives me hope.
Gillette just pulled back the curtain on its latest innovation, and guess what: It's not more blades. It's actually a new type of handle that swivels, inspired by men making funny faces when they shave. Gillette says this so-called FlexBall Technology is "shaving rebuilt." I'm not convinced.
Trimming your nails sucks, and it's not your digits' fault. Technology is to blame. Nail clippers. Blech. With a one size fits all design, it's impossible to get your whole nail in one clip. And curling over the bathroom bin doesn't make us any more likely to keep the floor clean of our cast offs.