We've all been there: You oversleep a few minutes, realize you'll be late for work or an all-important meeting, so you skip shaving. Some faint stubble won't hurt, you figure, and besides, you don't have time to lather up your face and risk getting a drop of blood on your freshly pressed white shirt in the process. Oh, and that happens the next day too, because, heck, your coworkers won't care and your boss is out of town. By the end of the week, you look like you've been backpacking across Yellowstone for the last month.
Odds are good that shaving and grooming are just part of your morning routine, something that you don't give much thought, except when you lapse and end up looking like a mountain man. But what if those rituals got as much attention as you put into slathering ribs with barbecue sauce or comparing the benefits of different power tools?
Good thing we're here to guide you through picking a new shaver, contemplating a better body wash or finding a scrub to put you in a world-conquering mood.
We're Max and Neil Glazer, the relatively clean-shaven brothers behind Mens Direct. Frustrated by the baffling array of men's grooming products, many of them unexplained anywhere -- but useful if men knew what to do with them -- we knew we could do better.
We figured if we couldn't tell the difference between aftershave and exfoliating face wash, other men probably couldn't, either.
Which is better, razors with shaving cream or electric shavers? Can you actually get a decent shave in 30 seconds? And do we really need to be scrubbing the soles of our feet?
There's a better option than buying the first body wash you grab at a big-box store. Our carefully picked lineup of products at Mens Direct gives you just what you need to look and feel clean, smart and professional. We'll show you how to turn your mangy beard into a well groomed one, without having to call in sick because it's taking you so long to trim.
We take our products and our business seriously. Neil has more than 100,000 satisfied customers who've turned to PilotMall.com for their flying supplies over the last decade.