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In honor of "Magic Mike," a movie about male strippers starring Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum, we rounded up grooming goodies for guys.

Axe Sport Blast 2-in-1 Shower Gel + Shampoo

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(Photo: Courtesy of Axe)

Lazy guys will flip for this multitasking shower goodie. Use the shampoo-body wash hybrid post workout to save time and energize your senses.

$5.99; drugstore.com










Jack Black Dry Erase Ultra-Calming Face Cream

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(Photo: Courtesy of Jack Black)



For the guy concerned about aging, we've got just the remedy. Jack Black's latest face lotion for sensitive, dry skin has antioxidants and soothing benefits, thanks to rice bran extract, aloe vera leaf juice, and vitamins C and E. Use it at night to wake up with a Justin Bieber-fresh face.

$38; Yahoo! Shopping










Molton Brown The Shaving Kit

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(Photo: Courtesy of Molton Brown)



Make your shaving experience more spa-like by investing in a proper gentleman's set. The badger-bristle brush is flared to hold extra water, and the chrome-plated razor handle makes for a sleek companion.

$295; moltonbrown.com









Epicuren Lip Balm SPF 15

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(Photo: Courtesy of Epicuren)



Sexy celebs, such as Jason Segal and Ryan Seacrest, are already fans of this nourishing lip balm made of aloe extract, tea tree oil, and cocoa butter. Take it to the beach to keep your pucker from getting a sunburn. Bonus: It can also be used to heal dry cuticles.

$6.50; amazon.com







Otter Creek Sasq(wash) Shampoo and Body Wash

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(Photo: Courtesy of Otter Creek)



If you only have room for one shower essential on your summer jaunts, bring this wash for your hair and bod. The ocean scent will keep you in a vacation mood all week long.

$18; thecosmeticmarket.com








Paul Smith Mini On Location Bag

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(Photo: Courtesy of Paul Smith)



Stylishly stash all of your loot in these dope dopp kits, inspired by road trips in Los Angeles.

$210; paulsmith.co.uk (out of stock at publishing time)









Old Spice Collection Champion Deodorant Solid

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(Photo: Courtesy of Old Spice)



Just in time for the 2012 Summer Olympics, Old Spice debuted this product featuring the Olympic ring on it. The long-wear deodorant keeps pits smelling fine from the gym to a date.

$5.99; drugstore.com








Decleor Paris Aromessence Triple Action Shave Perfector

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(Photo: Courtesy of Decleor Paris)



A stubble-free chin is much easier to kiss. Make sure you get the smoothest shave possible by prepping your mug with this elixir. The formula is packed with essential oils, such as clove, to prevent razor burn and hair re-growth.

$53; www.decleorusa.com







Nuxe Men Multi-Purpose Eye Cream

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(Photo: Courtesy of Nuxe)



Calling all party boys! Say buh-bye to puffy, under-eye circles if you combat them with this caffeine-enhanced cream. Hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, sandalwood, and oak particles will get you ready for an early-morning meeting in a flash.

$27.50; Amazon.com








Cremo Cream Wash

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(Photo: Courtesy of Cremo Cream)



Dudes with dry skin should try this soap-free foaming wash that doesn't strip away natural hydration. Nourishing ingredients, such as lavender botanical oils, moisturize a freshly shaved mug.

$6.99; cremocompany.com








Kiehl's Facial Fuel Sky Flyin' Foaming Multi-Gel

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(Photo: Courtesy of Kiehl's)



Dudes on-the-go should scoop up this gem that works as a cleanser and shaving lubricant. When using it as the former, bamboo, lemon, and orange peel extract will thoroughly rinse your skin of summer grime. Or lather it up pre-razor, and expect panax ginseng to minimize irritation.

$19; kiehls.com









The Laundress New York for J.Crew Collars & Cuffs Stain Bar

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(Photo: Courtesy of J.Crew)



Ensure that your designer dress shirts stay stain-free by investing in this vegetable soap bar that removes marks. |

$7; jcrew.com










Dolce & Gabbana The One Sport Eau de Toilette

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(Photo: Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana)



Gym rats will clean up nice with the latest fragrance from our fave Italian duo. The sporty scent has Mediterranean influences, such as rosemary and sea salt, with hints of sequoia wood and patchouli.

Starting at $55 for 3.3 oz; Yahoo! Shopping.








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