Manscaping is important. If you take care of yourself down there, your lady friends will appreciate it. If you don’t, you need to head over to Manscaped.com now and pick up their $99 “Perfect Package” and get to work. I had the opportunity to trial one myself, and found it an essential kit every man should have.
The Manscaping.com Perfect Package comes with everything you need to groom yourself properly. With the Perfect Package, you receive:
THE PLOW safety razor
LAWN MOWER electric hair trimmer
CROP CLEANSER moisturizing hair and body wash
CROP PRESERVER all-in-one deodorant, antiperspirant and moisturizer
CROP REVIVER body toner and refresher
MAGIC MAT to catch trimmings and easy disposal
THE SHED travel bag
THE SHEARS nail kit
Aside from some floss, a toothbrush, and some toothpaste, this kit comes with everything you need as a man to get yourself together in the morning. I was impressed with the quality of “The Plow” and the “Lawn Mower”. These grooming tools are made from high quality materials and will last a long time. “The Shears” nail kit was also solid. The “Crop Cleanser” hair and body wash smelled great, as did the “Crop Preserver” and “Crop Reviver”. My only knock on the Perfect Package was the bag it came it. It had a cheap feel and look to it. I would have prefered a bag with less sheen and maybe a more flat leather look and feel as opposed to the texture this one had. It felt like a weird deflated football. Tom Brady would love it.
At $99 you’re making a commitment to bettering your grooming habits. It may seem pricey, but if you parted the bag out and bought each item individually, you’re going to end up paying more. So if you want to get yourself right and make your woman (or man, TSB doesn’t discriminate) happy, head over to Manscaped.com
and pick up one for yourself. They even offer just the “Nuts & Bolts”
if you only want the Lawn Mower and Crop Preserver.
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Thanks to Kellogg’s I had the chance to speak with NBA All-Star and Chicago Bulls player Jimmy Butler the other day. Jimmy is participating in the Buckets for Breakfast campaign, where Kellogg’s is encouraging everyone to show off their trick shots to fight childhood hunger. I asked Jimmy some hard-hitting questions, and he didn’t pull any punches. Read the rest of this entry »