Father’s Day


‘’A day of the year on which fathers are particularly honoured by their children across different parts of the world.’’

This can apply to any man that has been a father figure to you. A dad, brother, uncle, cousin, stepfather, grandpa or a boss/mentor regardless of the relationship.

Are you wondering how to express your gratitude to these special men, this Sunday? Here is a little guide to help you, especially if your father figure is a bearded man.

  1. Beard Oil

Beard oil is a great gift for any bearded man. It strengthens, moisturizes and softens your hair and it can also be used on the hair on your head. Sort of like a 2-in-1 present.
2. Beard Balm
This also helps in softening and moisturizing your beard. It also aids in eliminating beard dandruff and itchiness.
3. Beard Wash
This beard wash with mint is great for getting rid of excess oils and germs in the beard. It leaves that minty fresh feeling and scent as a bonus.
Be sure to warn your father not to overuse this as it can strip off natural nutrients which can harbour beard growth and health. 1 to 2 times a week is more than enough to get amazing results from this product.
4. Beard Comb & Beard Brush
These are often mistaken as the same product. This could not be further from the truth. As much as they are both used for styling, they have different effects on the beard.
*Look out for a detailed article on this in the next few weeks.  
5. Beard Wash Bag
We are here for the influx of men who groom and carry toiletry/grooming bags. This is a step in the right direction.
If your father is outdoorsy and down to earth, he would benefit from the sisal, waterproof bag. If he is more of the high-end, corporate type, he would love the leather bag. These bags are spacious enough to fit all the products above as well as some of his bathroom products and essentials.
We have all these products in 2 beautiful packages and amazing discounts for the father’s day special.
These packages are only available while stocks last so hurry and grab yours here:
Mandevu’s got your Father’s Day!
Words: Ciku Kimani
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