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basketball playersMany men still view skin care as being just a feminine thing.  Men need to wake up and take some skin care tips from basketball players.  An article in the November 27th Wall Street Journal noted that NBA players do not have an aversion to getting manicures, pedicures or talking about their favorite skin care products.

Deandre Jordan (LA Clippers) – regularly gets mani/pedis

Chandler Parsons (Houston Rockets) – uses Paul Mitchell products

Roy Hibbert (Indiana Pacers) – uses Carol’s Daughter Shea Souffle lotion to combat dry skin

Amar’e Stoudemire – uses Bath & Body Works Stress Relief body lotion with eucalyptus and spearmint

Anderson Varejao (Cleveland Cavaliers) – uses Clinique moisturizer

Rasual Butler (Indiana Pacers) – uses the Clarisonic facial brush

It is long overdue for men to step up to the plate (or basketball hoop) and take a lesson from these sports icons.  Women really like men who are well-groomed and smell nice.


Holmes, E. (2013, November 27). Wall Street Journal, “Grooming Tips From Giant Men: Some of basketball’s toughest players crave skin care, pedicures, it’s manly pink”. Retrieved November 27, 2103, pp. D1