Not everyone wants to spend money on a professional facial, but most people—guys included—want to have nice, clear skin. Surprise him with this detoxifying face mask, which is formulated with charcoal to draw out impurities, bitter almond to deeply cleanse, and radish seed to repair the skin. Plus, it won't dry out his skin, and it has a lovely almond smell. Pair this face mask with a moisturizer that has SPF, and you've just majorly upped his skincare game with two simple products he'll love.
Even amateurs want their basketball game to be on point. This holiday, give your half-court all-star a Wilson X Connected Smart Basketball that will track all his shots and percentages as well as give feedback on his game. The ball can even be configured for training and playing buzzer-beater games to help the Kobe in all of us come to the surface.
If you like the idea of getting your NFL fan a gift they can put to practical use, you don't have to limit yourself to blankets and bundle-up gear. The best part about being an NFL fan is getting to cheer for the team on game day, so think about Christmas gifts that can make their experience even better. Start with decorative wall hangings to feature behind their favorite seat, and adorn that seat with a plush recliner cover. Give them an NFL pilsner glass to enjoy a cold drink during the game, or an NFL mug to jump start their workday the next morning.
This is a must-have and best-seller as far as portable coolers go. It’s pretty light so he can bring it just about anywhere. It can hold up to 16 cans of your favorite beer, soda, or seltzer water (but, who are we kidding, it’ll be 16 beers). This makes it perfect to take out with you to the park, on the boat, or just to that BBQ you’ve been dragged to. This one is 100% leakproof, waterproof, and is resistant to gross mildew.
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