This Father’s Day, give the Black dad in your life the gift of self-care with luxury skin and beard care from Maneuver Men’s Grooming.
To make gift-giving easier for the dad with a beard, the brand has bundled its best-selling Bay Rum Beard Oil, Watermelon Beard Wash, and Oil Infused Beard Comb for a special Father’s Day deal of just $63. The Watermelon Beard Wash is a hydrating and anti-inflammatory beard wash designed to work with, not against, the natural oils produced by your skin and hair.
Even if the dad in your life is a clean-shaven man, Maneuver Men’s Grooming still has a wide range of other products for hair, skin, and body that will help him embrace a little more self-care this year.
All Father’s Day shoppers can take 10% off the entire store with code: FDAY10
Maneuver Men’s Grooming is a Black-owned male grooming and skincare business based in Toronto, Canada. The brand is focused on providing the best products to help Black men on their self-care journeys.
Maneuver Men’s Grooming is the brainchild of lifelong friends Udrea Russell, Tyrell Gardner, Shavae Foote, and Funsho Fakomi, who started the brand to promote self-care practices for men.
“We were inspired by our sisters and cousins who taught us about haircare and skincare products. So, we wanted to create a safe place where men could also care for themselves,” co-founder Udrea Russell explained.
Once the team established that Maneuver Men’s Grooming was a self-care brand, they started researching what was needed in men’s skincare, haircare, and overall self-care. They also investigated the best and most effective ingredients to use in their products, and by late March 2020, the brand had launched.
Today, their best-selling product is the Beard Growth Kit, which included a growth beard oil, and a beard roller. The Beard Growth Kit has a six-month guarantee for hair growth, or you get your money back.
“We are just four young Black men doing everything for our business,” Russell said. “Our vision is to change the way men view self-care, grooming, and mental health; to show men that it is important to take care of their personal hygiene, and emphasize the importance of talking about issues normally neglected or deemed taboo by society.”