Guard your body against the elements with these classy colognes and sunscreens.
Aveda damage remedy intensive restructuring treatment, 125 ml
Sub-zero temperatures and frigid winds can strip hair of protective oils. Aveda tackles this problem with a new line of hair-care products that work to reverse environmental damage. Apply this weekly treatment in the shower and allow the organic essential oils, quinoa protein and alfalfa leaf powder to seal the hair shaft.
Prevage, 50 ml
Idebenone is an ingredient German scientists developed in the late 1980s to protect organs from environmental damage prior to transplant surgery. Now Allergan has reworked the ingredient into a potent environmental protector that fights the free radicals and cell oxidation that cause aging.
John Varvatos Vintage, 125 ml
One of the best-selling men's fragrances of 2004 was from New York menswear designer John Varvatos–a pairing of Medjool dates, Mediterranean herbs and coriander seeds. Now the designer offers a limited edition reworking of the classic in time for the holidays. He's amplified the Canadian fir balsam, smooth Madras wood and Turkish tobacco notes to create a livelier version of the original.
Prada Amber pour homme, 100 ml with industrial pump
Prada for women went on to win “favourite fragrance” at the Canadian Fragrance Awards last year. So when it came to creating a complementary men's version, fashion designer Miuccia Prada didn't stray far from her winning formula. This version is a juxtaposition of opposing notes–amber, leather and suede.
Kiehl's all-sport “non-freeze” face protector, SPF30, 1.2 oz
Klaus Heidegger, world champion alpine ski racer, created this virtual barrier against harsh winter elements such as wind, sun and extreme cold. Its wax base prevents the broad-spectrum sunscreen from running into your eyes during long ski runs or alpine hikes.