This Sunday is Father’s Day in Australia, a day for pampering the dads and grandfathers in our lives.
While this has traditionally signalled a day for giving the gifts of socks, handkerchiefs or cologne, men’s tastes have changed over the years, and there is more focus on how they look and feel. That extends to the products they use.
Skincare has fast become the 2019 way to give men something they will love, and we’ve come a long way from Imperial Leather soap.
There is a natural skincare range which has been made as much for men as it is for women, with luxurious organic shower and body products that will pamper him, hydrate and sooth his skin. Dokimon products are made in Greece with natural, pure, organic ingredients such as soothing calendula and calming chamomile which are grown on Mount Athos.
The range features soaps and shower gel that deeply clean while maintaining the skin’s moisture. Men especially will love Dokimon’s cult product, the Gold Series Calendula Ointment, a little pot of gold, coming to the rescue of dehydrated skin with its potent skin conditioning, anti-inflammatory properties, and soothing as well as treating skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, cuts, and wounds. Infused with olive oil and beeswax, this is a product unlike any other on the market.
Love him, love the skin he’s in, and allow the fathers in your life the pampering experience of luxury skincare. It will be a Father’s Day present they’ll remember for all the right reasons.
To celebrate Father’s Day, Dokimon is giving one lucky dad the chance to win a range of its signature skincare products. The Australia-wide giveaway will include:
- Dokimon Mountain Herbs & Honey Face Cream
- Dokimon Calendula Ointment
- Dokimon Mountain Herbs & Honey Shower Gel
- Dokimon Mountain Herbs & Honey Liquid Handwash
- Dokimon Mountain Herbs Soap Bar
- Dokimon Chamomile Soap Bar
To be in the running, go to the Dokimon Pure Products Facebook page or Instagram and write why your dad is special and why he deserves to win! Winners will be announced Wednesday morning, Wednesday 28th August 2019, 9am AEST.