Studies show that groomed men are 75% more likely to achieve success in their careers and 100% less likely to endure unwanted advances from lovelorn yetis. Establish folkloric friendship boundaries with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of men's grooming products from Lucky Tiger. Shipping is not included, but the fee is waived for orders of $60 or more in the U.S., or on orders of $75 or more for Canada, Alaska, and Hawaii.
An American classic since 1935, Lucky Tiger helps men exude attention-grabbing confidence with its full line of grooming products. Tame unruly facial hair with a liberal application of mustache wax ($6.75), or evict it entirely with the help of premium shaving cream ($18.50). Otherwise, clear away the rubble of a rugged complexion with a lather of acne and blemish soap ($18), fortified with sulfur for superior blemish-banishing action. Dudely dermises can likewise be rid of dirt and grime with a smattering of premium face wash ($18), which cools the skin with organic cucumber before hydrating it with borage oil, a rare substance found only in poems desperately trying to rhyme the phrase "orange soil."
Featured in dozens of publications and films such as Barbershop, Lucky Tiger products are renowned for their quality and environmental friendliness. All products have been reformulated with high-quality certified-organic and natural ingredients—along with nourishing antioxidants and vitamins—to keep them as healthy for human heads as they are for the earth's sensitive crust.
Lucky Tiger has received a great deal of press from places including New York magazine. About.com gives its liquid shave cream a positive review, and five Amazon users give its aftershave and face tonic a 4.6-star average:
- A fantastic product which provides excellent lubrication, skin conditioning properties, and a great fragrance. – Dave Alexander, About.com
- Without a doubt, after trying all sort of after shaves, my verdict is that Lucky Tiger after shave is the world's best after shave experience ever. – Guiseppe Taibi, Amazon