Do you really need another excuse to splash booze on your face? If the answer's yes, check out Kyoku Sake Infused Shave Cream ($35). Apparently, sake "softens and intensely moisturizes the skin" — which would have only served as more incentive to down a bottle of Wakatake Daiginjo — and this mixture also includes silicone micro particles to help your blade glide across your burly, wind-hardened skin.
If you haven't noticed, we dig black around here. So it's no surprise that we're enchanted by the Baxter 45th Anniversary Razor ($345). Produced in a limited run, this commemorative cut throat razor features a handmade, blackened Hart Steel blade, a special black Horse Butt Leather sleeve from Makr Carry Goods, and a black handle to round out the darkness, which is broken up only by the 14k gold inlay "45" on the spine. Good for serious groomers and deranged, black-obsessed killers alike.
Prefer a permanent five o'clock shadow to a perfectly clean face? Then the Philips Norelco Stubble Trimmer ($35) may be right up your alley. Sporting nine length settings, this precise powerhouse can trim as close as 1mm, and does so comfortably thanks to a flexing guide comb and self-sharpening, hardened Inox steel blades. Just remember that it's for facial use only, lest you end up with an itchier downstairs than your buddy who picked up crabs on his last trip to Panama.