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Grooming · March 7, 2017

4 Time-Saving Products to Help Streamline Your Morning Routine

A 3-in-1 Shower Gel

While you can't skip a shower entirely (at least in our book), you can streamline the process by swapping three specialists for one powerful alternative. Todays 3-in-1 shower products are more advanced than ever before, so you won't be skimping on quality either. With hydrating ingredients that soothe facial skin and condition hair, multitaskers like Olivina's All-in-One Wash will have you clean from head to toe in one easy step.

A Suped-Up Shave Cream

If you savor your shaves as much as we do, you likely have a range of products on hand, from a conditioning preshave oil to a soothing postshave balm. However, if time is of the essence, you can pick up a shave cream that does the work of a multi-step regimen. Jack Black Beard Lube is designed to soften up scruff before you shave and soothe skin afterwith a thick, pillowy texture that will help prevent cuts if you decide to shave blind in the shower.

A Multitasking Moisturizer

Once youve dried off and got your head screwed back on, its time for skincare. And if you only have time to slather on a moisturizer, you'd better make the most of it. Luckily, there are a number of formulas out there that pack in additional benefits: DTRT's 10 Sec All In One Lotion will not only hydrate, but tone and fight early signs of aging as well.

A Dry Shampoo Hair Styler

The last step in most grooming routines is to toss some product in your hair. If you're really in a rush, you might skip this step altogether, but there is a scenario where applying hair product can actually save you time. If you really, truly didn't have time to shower (or at least wash your hair), a dry shampoo styler like Hanz de Fuko Quicksand can help soak up excess oil and grease, giving hair a matte finish while holding your locks in place.

- Nicolas Gonzalez


Nathaniel Nagy

Copywriter, cold brew advocate, purveyor of handcrafted birthday haikus since 2009.