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THIS Christmas you can support
Australian made products and spoil
your "mate" with a Beauty Mate gift
pack, available exclusively in selected
Target stores nationally.
Beauty Mate is the 100%
Australian made and owned men's
grooming range that does the job
without the fuss, and is helping
Australian men look and feel great!
Australian singer Shannon Noll
has joined the Beauty Mate team, and
wants to prove to men around the
country that personal grooming is no
longer just the woman's domain.
"I am thrilled to be able to help
promote a quality Australian product
like Beauty Mate," Shannon said.
"Their approach and products
appealed to me because they do the
job without the fuss. And, when
you're on the road as much as I am,
you want straight -for wa rd grooming
products that you can rely on."
Beauty Mate gift packs include:
Head & Hair Job -- don't mince
words with this fun pack.
Big Boy Pack -- more products to
Face Job Pack -- grooming kit for a
Pack -- no
in this pack!
includes an SPF
and Hair Form,
foa ming agents
with aloe vera,
tea tree oil,
No SLS or SLES detergents are
Sales of Beauty Mate hair care
products will also help fund the
Prostate Cancer Foundation of
Beauty Mate Shaving Tips
Did you know that Alexander the
Great was a big advocate of shaving
during his reign in 4th century BC
because it prevented 'dangerous
beard-grabbing in combat'?
Living in the future, the frequency
of combat-beard-grabbing antics has
subsided, but a clean shave remains
a style choice for ma ny men out
Potentially you could shave between
15,000 to 20,000 times from the age
of 15 to 75 (after 75 you are less
concerned with facial hair and more
concerned whether you can make it
to the letterbox and back).
Shaving can have numerous less-
than-desirable side effects which can
be unattractive and irritating.
Here are a few tips to improve your
1. Use water. Any stubble should
be wetted with warm water prior
to shaving. This actually increases
the size of the hair shaft and makes
it easier for the razor to shave this
rather than your face.
2. Wash your face. Using a facial
cleanser removes extra debris
from your face like dirt or dead
you have a
so the razor
can glide more
shave gel on
for a moment
or two before
Using a shave
gel allows a
razor to move
across the skin and avoid scraping
the skin which will cause irritation.
4. Choose good ingredients.
Something that has aloe vera and
vitamins will soothe the skin.
Ingredients like menthol can
aggravate raw skin in some cases.
5. Use a sharp blade. Sounds pretty
obvious. So don't be tight and drag
blu nt blades over your face. Ditch
them after about 4 rounds for a
Beauty Mate Oily Hair tips
Your nickname Slick at the office
is unfortunately not in relation to the
James Bond-esk approach to life, but
the appearance of your hair?
First thing to know is that most
of those who believe they have oily
hair are actually experiencing an oily
Shannon Noll supports new
male grooming products
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By SHEREEN KIDDLE
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