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Thursday, May 4, 2023

Budget-friendly Grooming Gift Ideas For Him That Won't Break The Bank

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Giving gifts to the men in your life can be a challenge. And getting a gift is two-fold since you want to ensure it’s something useful instead of something on a shelf. Grooming gifts can be popular, but sometimes they are too expensive.

It’s always necessary for men to replace their razors when dull; other times, they may need to switch up their skincare regime. Products for grooming are always a great gift since it’s something that you know he’ll be sure to use.

Here are some budget-friendly grooming gift ideas for him that he wouldn’t get himself. And they won’t break the bank to buy, so it’s a win-win!

Beard Clippers and Multigroom Trimmers

Men often do their own haircuts and beard trimming without the need for a barber. Getting a good trimmer is essential and depends on the condition of his hair. Multi Groomers are an excellent gift idea because you can use them as a beard trimmer, sideburn trimmer, haircut, or all-over body trimmer.

Some budget-friendly trimmers you can look into include the Philips Norelco Multigroomer All-in-One Trimmer, the Braun All-in-One Trimmer, and the Remington All-in-One Body Multigroomer 5000

Beard Oils and Balms

Men with beards often need to maintain and tame their locks. It can be especially necessary for those with coarse or dryer hair to help keep their strands in place and condition them so the follicles become softer and more manageable. You can find plenty of great, natural & affordable beard oils or balms that do the job well. They work for mustaches too, and even the hair on his head.

Body Hair Trimmers

There are trimmers for hair, yes, but there are specific ones that are meant just for the body. Your man may take some offense or figure you’re hinting at something with this as a gift, but if you know the guy is hairy and could benefit, or perhaps already does, trim his body hair, a top-notch body trimmer is a perfect choice.

Many body trimmers are made with v-shaped blades to give a closer shave, even in sensitive areas. Some of the best budget-friendly body trimmers include the Wahl Manscaper and Manscaped The Lawnmower 4.0 to keep all that hair from getting too out of hand! 

Shampoo and Conditioner

Grooming may require a good shampoo and conditioner. Beard and mustache care kits are an excellent way to ensure you keep your locks clean and soft. Consider a moisturizing beard wash like the SheaMoisture Beard Wash.

Conditioners are a little more tricky, but they are an excellent gift for men dealing with more dry or flaky scalp since they can benefit from adding extra moisture and shine. Consider one that won’t break the bank, like Hanz de Fuko Natural Conditioner.


For clean shaves, an electric or hand-held razor is another great idea to help ensure that your man’s skin is soft and smooth. Using a good razor ensures that you get the look you desire. Whatever razor you choose, you should have a good idea of your man’s preference and whether he has sensitive skin.

One of the best budget-friendly razors on the market is the Gillette heated razor, which offers a heatable cartridge razor to soften the hair while shaving. Other affordable razors include Harry's, The Schick pivot ball razor, or, if you need a good electric-style razor, the Braun Series 9 Pro. The Philips Norelco OneBlade is another option for a man with more sensitive skin or ingrown hair.

Shaving Cream

When shaving, you must ensure that the hair is conditioned and ready. Shaving cream or foam is another essential part of the process for your man. Sometimes your shave will work better with the correct cream and can make all the difference.

Some helpful creams, gels, and foams you can find on the market within budget include the Nivea Men Sensitive Shave Foam, the Freedom Grooming Shave Gel, and if you’re looking for something, condition as well as soften the hair, the Pure Romance Conditioning Shave Cream.


Maybe your man doesn’t use aftershave - what does it even do exactly? Aftershave was initially created as an alcohol-based antiseptic to help you disinfect any little cuts or nicks you get from shaving. However, they have since evolved over the years.

There’s a plethora of cooling balms and soothing gels that work to disinfect but also hydrate and tone a man’s skin. Some aftershaves are beneficial for issues like razor burns and ingrown hairs.

Some great budget-friendly aftershaves you can look into include the Nivea Sensitive Post Shave Balm, Proraso After Shave Lotion, or the Jack Black Post Shave Cooling Gel.


Last but not least, grooming can also involve ensuring your man has some great-smelling skin after all that care. Colognes can be expensive, but some affordable scents will last all day. Some budget-friendly choices include The Dreamer by Versace, Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue, and Nautica Voyage.

Getting an excellent grooming gift for your man doesn’t have to break the bank. Hopefully, some of these suggestions will help you find the right products for the men in your life!

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