10 Products You Can Give to Your Boyfriend—Then Steal Back

10 Products You Can Give to Your Boyfriend—Then Steal Back

Every girl's done it at least once: stolen one of her boyfriend's razors, even though she had a perfectly fine one of her own. But beyond the occasional razor-swiping, we don't usually give much thought to men's grooming products, preferring to stick with our own unapologetically feminine beauty routines.

But guess what? Men's grooming offers a whole new world of lotions, body washes, and fragrances, just waiting to be explored. And if your significant other gets cranky that you're swiping some of his best stuff, just remind him of all the storage space you're saving by sharing (because, speaking from experience, we're sure he's sick of finding your 117 moisturizers and shampoos strewn all over the bathroom).

Keep reading the see the best unisex beauty products!

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    Jack Black Intense Therapy Lip Balm SPF 25 ($8)

    This minty lip balm looks masculine enough that he won't be embarrassed to apply it in public, and you'll love the nourishing mixture of Shea butter, avocado oil, and antioxidants (not to mention the SPF factor).

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    Buckler's Daily Face Repair ($42)

    Just because it's made with men in mind doesn't mean this editor-approved pick won't do wonders for your sensitive skin. It's made with 100% organic and vegan ingredients, like aloe leaf and calendula, which are nourishing enough to soothe sunburns and irritated skin, but light enough to use every day.

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    Bond No. 9 New York Signature Scent Perfume ($260)

    This fragrance is a study in balance: heady oud extracts and musk for him, and rose for you. Together, they create a scent that's neither masculine nor feminine, but mysterious and sexy when worn by either gender.

  • 4 of 10

    Molton Brown Black Peppercorn Body Wash ($30)

    This scented body wash is a cult classic for a reason—men and women alike love the blend of invigorating black peppercorn oil, vetiver, amber, and vanilla for an instant pick-me-up. Just don't blame us when you fight over who gets to use the last drops.

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    Erno Laszlo Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar ($25)

    This cleansing bar will fit right into your guy's minimalistic skin care "routine," and you'll both reap the detoxifying, toning, and hydrating benefits of Dead Sea Mud.

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    Kiehl's Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer ($20)

    Your fancy, expensive eye creams have nothing on this one. Hibiscus tea and caffeine nix puffiness, rhodiola helps minimize dark circles, and honey hydrates for eyes that look bright-eyed and bushy-tailed after a long night. And, since it's technically "his," it'll have to go in his TSA-appoved liquids bag when you travel—leaving you more room for your extensive hair product collection.

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    L'Occitane Mer & Mistral Body Milk ($20)

    Cyprus, pine, and rosemary make for an aquatic scent with grassy, herb undertones. The gel-like formula matches the light, refreshing aroma and sinks in quickly for instantly softer skin.

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    Diptyque L'Eau du Trente-Quatre ($100)

    This sophisticated fragrance is light and fresh, thanks to floral and fruity notes of Egyptian geranium, tuberose and grapefruit. Vetiver, white musk, and cedarwood add masculinity, while cinnamon and nutmeg add warmth.

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    O'Keeffe's Working Hands ($7)

    A super-concentrated balm, this magical prodcut will keep his hands soft and hold-able—and you'll be surprised by how much you love a product will zero frills.

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    Malin and Goetz Peppermint Shampoo ($20)

    This refreshing shampoo will keep both of your hair looking shampoo-commercial-worthy, thanks to moisturizing olive oil and clarifying peppermint—and, since it isn't harsh, you don't have to worry about it messing with your new hair color. Just imagine what you could do with all that free shower space!

    Which of these unisex products will you be trying? Let us know in the comments below!

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