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When it comes to finding eco friendly or natural grooming and beauty products for women, it’s relatively easy. Finding quality green grooming products for men, on the other hand, is a bit more difficult. Although the guys could easily use the women’s stuff, some of just don’t want to smell like lavender and daisies all the time.

That’s why Every Man Jack products have such a great appeal to the ‘green’ crowd – the ingredients are natural, but still maintain the masculinity that men want in their shower and grooming products.


Natural Ingredients

I took a quick look at a leading brand of men’s body wash I had used and compared it to Every Man Jack – take a look at the comparison chart below and see for yourself how different the ingredients are:

Every Man Jack “The Other Stuff” Every Man Jack Body wash

Although this sample ingredients comparison is only of the Every Man Jack bodywash, it should go without saying I won’t be using “the other stuff” filled with chemicals again any time soon. I recommend taking a look at the ingredients in the body wash you’re using now and googling them to find out more information on what exactly you’re rubbing all over your skin every day.


Every Man Jack product line

Every Man Jack hair pomade

Every Man Jack isn’t limited to just body wash – they have an entire range of eco-friendly mens grooming products, including:

  • Soap bars
  • Shampoo & conditioner
  • Pomade and hair grooming cream
  • Body scrub
  • Deodorant
  • Face wash and cream
  • Sunscreen and lip balm
  • Shave cream
  • And kits including bundles of the above items
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Green Grooming

All in all, if you’re a guy who is looking to keep your bathroom and shower products as green and natural as possible, but don’t want to give up smelling like a dude, Every Man Jack is probably going to be right up your alley.

Order any of their products direct from the source at the Every Man Jack online store.

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Located in Toronto, Ontario, Ian is the co-founder and managing editor of Greener Ideal.


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