Top men's drug store products under $15

Esquire

To get out of those fluorescently-lit aisles as quickly and affordably as possible, a summer medicine-cabinet checklist for men.


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Body Sunscreen

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Body Sunscreen

This doesn't clog your pores (so, no acne), and comes in the form of a heavy-duty foam that's water-resistant, easy to apply, and won't leave white streaks all over your body.

Coppertone Oil-free foaming sunscreen lotion SPF 75+ ($9) , walmart.com













Face Sunscreen

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Face Sunscreen

The Australians are more strict about us than sunscreen, and this oil-free option was created to their exactingly tan standards.

Blue Lizard Face sunscreen ($10), drugstore.com


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Face Moisturizer

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Face Moisturizer

The Skin Cancer Foundation endorses it. So do we.

Cetaphil Daily facial moisturizer for all skin types, SPF 50 ($14), drugstore.com











Antiperspirant

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Antiperspirant

No sweat, no smell, and a nice blast of coolness beneath your arms. That's all you need this summer.

Old Spice Smooth blast invisible solid ($4), drugstore.com









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Beard Trimmer

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Beard Trimmer

It's cheap enough that you won't be too upset if you leave it in the hotel room.

Wahl Hair and mustache trimmer (starting at $10), Yahoo! Shopping.










Body Wash

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Body Wash

With cooling menthol, so you'll still be comfortable in your luke-warm shower.

Right Guard 5-in-1 deodorizing body wash ($5), drugstore.com








 

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Shampoo

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Shampoo

True fact: The sun toasts the natural oil from your hairs. Replace it, naturally, with sea kelp and aragon oil.

Renpure Australian sun and surf shampoo ($6), drugstore.com










Sun-Burn Relief

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Sun-Burn Relief

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Soothing but not sticky, we recommend you keep it at the office so you can get through your Monday.

Panama Jack After sun burn relief ($7), panamajack.com









Shaving Cream

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Shaving Cream

The first step to preventing those red bumps that plague you? An oil-free lather.

Every Man Jack Fragrance free shave cream ($6), everymanjack.com






Garden tomato skin toner

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Toner

In technical terms, this closes your pores. In actual terms, it makes you less likely to break out during the sweaty season.

Burt's Bees garden tomato skin toner (starting at $9), Yahoo! Shopping.











Razor Bump Gel

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Razor Bump Gel

A bacteria-fighting gel is all you need to get rid of razor bumps and ingrown hairs. Trust us, she'll notice.

Clubman Bump repair gel ($8), drugstore.com










New Balance gel shoe cleaner and deodorize
Foot Stuff

Works instantly, lasts all day, and absolutely crucial if you're going to go sockless.

New Balance gel shoe cleaner and deodorizer ($5), footsmart.com












Face Scrub

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Face Scrub

Because flaking on plans is one thing, but flaking on your face is a non-option. This one clears it up.

Anthony Sport for men face scrub ($10), soap.com















Face Wash

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Face Wash

With vitamins like B5 and E, this won't only clean your mug, but also help it look a bit less dull.

Nivea for men moisturizing face wash ($6), drugstore.com












Nail Clippers

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Nail Clippers

You can't beat a classic.

Tweezerman straight edge toenail clipper ($3), amazon.com








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