COOL SUN PROTECTION
People aren’t born cool; they have to learn cool and the sooner they start in life, the better. Cool for babies and toddlers is mostly in the hands of parents, who might consider their child’s perceived coolness an extravagance. However, when health is an issue, then most parents would agree that nothing is too good for baby. Little Angels sells Babiators, protective sunglasses for kids. Research has shown that young eyes are much more susceptible to sun damage because a child’s lenses can’t filter out UV rays as well. The durable Babiators, which are made for two young age groups, block 100 per cent of UVA and UVB rays and will make your child look cool while wearing them. The best part is that if buyers register their purchase, the manufacturer will send a free replacement if Babiators are lost or broken within a year. Now that’s really cool.
No human male wants to be called a “mama’s boy” no matter what a loving mother might think. Canine males, however, have little pride when it comes to such matters and don’t mind being called anything at all, as long as it comes with loving attention. Red’s Emporium sells dog tags, one of which proudly claims the wearer is “Mama’s Boy.” Mama is happy. Rover is happy. Red’s Emporium is happy. It’s the classic win, win, win situation for all.
It’s hard for guys to get excited about soap. It’s not that they don’t want to be clean and fresh, it’s just that they don’t want to smell like a fruit basket or flower garden. Bedside Manor now sells Mistral bar soaps for men with manly scents like “sandalwood bamboo,” “teak” and “black amber,” which is a fusion of aromas including amber, black patchouli, citrus and warm woods. These rich-lathering, vegetable-based luxury soaps include moisturising glycerin, replenishing grapeseed oil and antioxidant-rich grape leaf extract. They’re free from parabens, phthalates and alcohol and were tested on men, not animals. Men can smell like men and have healthy skin, too.
Skincare products are like dentists; once you find one you like, you really don’t want to try another one. However, just as dentistry evolves, so too do skincare products, and sometimes, change is good. But luxury skincare products don’t come cheap and if you buy one and your skin rejects it for some reason, then you’re left with a large bottle of product you won’t use. Le Visage’s latest new line of luxury skincare products, Dermalogica, offers introductory variety packs that allow customers to try smaller amounts of several products made for their skin type before investing in full-size products. It’s much easier than trying out a new dentist.