The skincare line putting the men in skincare regimen.
It’s no secret that sometimes, self-confidence comes with the right skincare regimen. What if your chronic breakouts were more controllable? What if you understood your skin enough to give it the care needed to keep it healthy and clear? What if you didn’t have to use your mom’s face wash or your sister’s exfoliant? What if you’d discovered Disco’s range of male-focused cleansing sticks, scrubs, purifying masks and moisturizers sooner? While we can’t answer all your questions when it comes to self-image, we do think it’s time to take the guesswork out of men’s skincare — and Disco is doing just that.
Why We Love Them
- Complexion-boosting skincare range for men
- Created in partnership with leading dermatologist Dr Eva O’Brien
- Gluten, aluminum, cruelty, paraben and sulfate-free
The Science & The Soul
Good science starts with data – and, when it comes to men’s skincare, the statistics are frightening. 40% of men have never tried a skincare product, 63% don’t use face wash to clear their faces, and 32% actually use a bar of soap. That’s where the support of Disco’s medical advisor Dr Eva O’Brien has been invaluable. Associate Professor at Johns Hopkins School of Dermatology, Dr O’Brien has spent 20 years as a licensed dermatologist and is winner of 19 prestigious medical awards She collaborated closely with Disco’s team of chemists to develop products that will deliver a smoother, brighter, clearer complexion. Early in their work together, Dr O’Brien and Ben Smith agreed that Disco would only use ingredients that were vegan, cruelty free, all natural and sustainable.
Disco is not just about selling great products to its loyal customers. It also provides practical tips on a host of skin-related issues that men are sometimes a bit too embarrassed to talk about – itchy beards, oily noses, eye bags, receding hairlines, eyebrow grooming, yellow toenails, nose zits, and much more.
Check out blog posts on these and many other issues on the Journal section of the Disco website. Some of the details are a bit unsavory (so drop the dinner plate before exploring too deeply), but every single piece of advice is practical and informed.