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True Grit Soap

We have no idea what it has to do with the movie(s) — other than the fact that the soap maker's husband is a fan — but True Grit Soap ($6) still seems manlier than anything you're grabbing off the shelf at your local Target. Ingredients include olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, castor oil, shea butter, sodium hydroxide, pumice for scraping away grime, and essential oils — several of the citrus variety — that give it its fresh, clean scent.

  • Ink Butter

    You paid plenty to get your ink done in a reputable shop, so why aren't you spending a minimal amount to make sure it stays in tip-top shape? Ink Butter ($18) is specially formulated to heal your tattoo and nourish your skin, with essential minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Unless, of course, you were going for the aging sailor look.

  • Duke Cannon Big Ass Soap Brick

    Yes, it's a ridiculous name, but in this modern age of supposedly chick-attracting body wash, a slap in face with a Big Ass Brick is just what some guys need. Based on the rough, "brick"-style of soap used by GIs during the Korean War, and manufactured in the same plant that provided that soap for over 20 years, the Duke Cannon Big Ass Soap Brick ($5) is three times the size of most soap, with steel cut grain for gripability, and a cool army green color.