Lqd – A new men’s skincare has arrived to the UK!

Developed in Australia, Lqd is targeted towards men who care about their appearance, with products that address common skincare concerns, such as dryness, redness, breakouts, and ageing.

Anti-irritants, anti-oxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging peptides are just some of the active ingredients in Lqd products. After all active guys need active ingredients to remove the sweat and grime of life.

However they don’t want anything too harsh that will strip the skin of natural oils so known skin irritants are left out such as essential oils, sulphates, parabens, phthalates, menthol, colourings and fragrances creating a no-nonsense collection.

Products include: face wash (£30) , face scrub (£35), foaming shave cream (£30), face hydrate moisturiser (£60), face calming serum (£45) , eye restore serum (£95) and blemish control serum (£50).

The packaging is recyclable and designed to protect the product from air, light and contamination from fingertips, while also protecting the environment.

Available http://lqd.co.uk/

 

Thomas Clipper’s UNITE collection is the world’s first British boutique cologne to redefine the wearing of cologne by layering.

The UNITE collection comprise three colognes named: City, Coast and Country – for the man who is comfortable in the City, relaxed on the Coast and confident in the Country.

Whilst all three can be used as stand alone scents, they are specially formulated to mix together, allowing the wearer to create totally unique scents tailored to his mood or time of day – mix City with a twist of Country, or wear Coast in the morning and a refresh of City on top before heading out in the evening.

Developed in Grasse without cruelty to animals, made in Britain using organic alcohol and then mixed together by the wearer creating totally unique scents.

In 2017 Thomas Clipper will be donating 10% of the profits of every bottle sold to a British charity that shows that when push comes to shove, we UNITE. Charity is to be chosen by the First Edition customers from a shortlist of three (Doctors Without Borders – MSF, GiveDirectly and The Refugee Council).

Available at Fortnum & Mason in London from October and enquiries via www.thomasclipper.com

Karen Grace

Karen Grace

Fashion & Beauty Editor at www.EclipseMagazine.co.uk
Karen Grace studied Personal Styling at the London College of Fashion and is a registered affiliate member of the Federation of Image Professionals International.

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