Jack Black

June 10, 2009

Deal: 30% Off Jack Black Exclusive Skincare Sets

Jack Black.jpgJack Black products are some of the best skincare and shaving stuff around, and right now, you can get 30% off of their exclusive skincare sets. Spend more than $70 and you get free shipping, plus you can get three free samples with each purchase. To get the 30% off, enter the coupon code "DCJACKBLACK".

Try the Skin Essentials Kit:

"Skin Care 101: Four essential daily skin care & shave products for healthy, great-looking skin. Easy to use and effective. A perfect introduction to the Jack Black line, and a great gift idea."

Or maybe you'd like the Body Revive Kit:

"A set to make you feel like a million bucks--without spending it. Includes full sizes of All-Over Wash, Pit Boss™ Antiperspirant & Deodorant, and New Body Rehab Scrub & Muscle Soak plus a travel size Cool Moisture Body Lotion. Everything you need to decompress after a tough day or tough workout."

Or perhaps the Haircare Essentials:

"Three, full size products guaranteed to keep hair and scalp healthy and flake free. The collection includes our new shampoo and conditioner plus our hair gel at a very special price. Packaged in Jack Black custom gift box ready for gift giving."

Any of these would make a great Father's Day gift!

Here are some more great Father's Day gift ideas, as well as some all-natural Father's Day gift ideas to get you thinking.

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June 9, 2009

Lube That Beard: Jack Black Beard Lube Conditioning Shave

jackblackbeardlube.jpgIf you haven't tried any Jack Black products, you're in for a treat. Jack Black is a great line of skin and shave products, made in the U.S.A.

For a great all-in-one shave treatment, try Jack Black Beard Lube. It's not just a shaving cream, it's also a pre-shave oil and a skin conditioner. With macadamia nut oil, jojoba and eucalyptus, Beard Lube leaves your skin feeling smooth and supple after the shave, and its light, see-through formulation makes shaving a breeze. It only takes a tiny bit of Beard Lube to cover your face, which means that a tube of it will last you a long time.

"The unique formula contains phospholipids - a rich source of essential fatty acids that are essential to the function of cell membranes - to bind moisture to the skin and support the natural skin barrier. The lightweight, penetrating formula not only helps prepare your beard by penetrating and softening whisker growth, it holds in moisture so your blade glides easily. Refreshes skin, too, for an easier, smoother shave and less razor burn."
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March 16, 2009

Review of Jack Black Supreme Creme Triple Cushion Shave Lather

supremecream.jpgThe latest shaving accessory to hit my bathroom cabinet is Jack Black's Supreme Cream Triple Cushion Shave Lather (now that's a mouthful to remember...) I don't want to call it a shaving cream, but not many people call it 'lather', so we'll go with cream.

I liked it. It's thick and rich, and kind of nutty. What other shave cream has macadamia nut oil in it? Supreme Creme made a rich lather and went on my face easily, even without a brush. My shave was smooth and cut-free (I don't know if the cut-free part can be attributed to the Supreme Creme or not, but what the heck?) and I had no razor burn afterward.

The drilldown on Jack Black Supreme Creme:

  • Fragrance-free
  • Colorant-free
  • Paraben-free
  • Dermatologist tested
  • Macadamia Nut Oil and Jojoba Oil to penetrate tough whiskers
  • Soybean Oil and Glycerin to soften and protect skin
  • Certified Organic Edelweiss and Plantago Leaf Extracts (antioxidants)
  • Licorice Root Extract (anti-irritant)

I used this on a heavy-whisker day, not expecting much from it, and I was really satisfied with the quality of shave. If you want to treat yourself to a luxurious lather, pick up some Jack Black Supreme Cream. You won't be disappointed.

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November 14, 2007

Review of Jack Black Post Shave Cooling Gel

jackBlackCoolingGel.gifYesterday we took a look at the shave with Jack Black Beard Lube Conditioning Shave Cream. Today we're cooling down with Jack Black Post Shave Cooling Gel. While the shave was solidly decent, Jack Black after-shave scores a home run.

Firstly - scent. Highlighted by aloe, sage, and predominantly lavender, Jack Black Post Shave Cooling Gel has a pleasing aroma without being overpowering or flowery. Reminds me of a fine digestif paired with a sweet dessert.

Secondly - viscous. Slightly thicker than most post-shave creams and gels we've tried, which in my usage led to better coverage and less dry skin. Still a light gel, but with some substance.

Thirdly - absorptive. Nothing worse than a cream which won't sink into your skin. Not a problem here. Despite being thicker than most, Jack Black Post Shave Cooling Gel has no problem diving right in and helping to heal than nasty scraping blade.

No question here. This stuff is a winner. Jack Black Post Shave Cooling Gel is $17 for a 3.3oz container.

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November 13, 2007

Review of Jack Black Beard Lube Conditioning Shave Cream

jackBlackCream.gifBeen alternating shaves between the Braun Pulsonic and Jack Black products. Last week we devoted a few days to the Pulsonic. This week we'll do the same for Jack.

Jack Black Beard Lube Conditioning Shave Cream is three products in one - a pre-shave oil, shave cream, and facial skin treatment. Despite it's numerous roles it still manages to be a clear, lightweight cream without any added fragrances. I'm always a fan of clear shaving cream, especially if you have facial hair you're trying to preserve. Nothing like a big foamy mess to ruin your lines.

While I've generally been impressed with the other products I've tried from Jack Black, their shave cream didn't make it to the superior list. It's solidly in the "good" camp. In fact if you're shaving with drugstore shaving cream, this would be a good brand to switch to. But it's not among the best. Nicks and cuts were at a minimum, but the closeness of the shave was the issue. For some reason Beard Lube didn't have the magic juju to lift up my troublesome hairs. I usually ended up reapplying and doing a second pass.

That said, I thought Beard Lube has a pleasing scent. Again, it's lightweight so it goes on easily and doesn't gunk up your razor. And it's got tons of natural ingredients in it like macadamia nut oil, jojoba oil, peppermint, eucalyptus, menthol, and heather. You could probably cast a spell with it.

Jack Black Beard Lube Conditioning Shave Cream is $15 for a 6oz. tube.

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October 25, 2007

Review of Jack Black All Over Wash

jackBlackShampoo.gifBeen using Jack Black All Over Wash for the past few weeks. It's a combination shampoo, face, and body wash. I've really only used it for the first two. Still like my bar of soap for the rest of my body. But here's the thing - morning is all about efficiency for me. So now I shampoo up my hair, use the lather to wash my face, rinse my whole head at once. Quick. Efficient. Genius!

This is the ultimate guy product--one product that does the job of three. Mild cleansers are pH balanced and gentle enough for face, hair and body. They work to get the rid of dirt and sweat without stripping skin and hair of essential moisture that keeps them looking healthy. Provides loads of thick, rich lather while special botanicals give a fresh scent without being too fragranced or heavy.

Jack Black All Over Wash is $14 for a 6oz tube.

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October 10, 2007

Jack Black Pure Clean Daily Cleanser

jackBlackCleanser.gifSage is the rage. If you're a foodie, you'll know what I mean. Not too long ago fried sage leaves started showing up high-end restaurants, magazines, and cooking shows. There are tons of recipes online if you're an aspiring chef. And it's not too hard to make.

Why am I talking about sage? Because Jack Black Pure Clean Daily Cleanser with Aloe and Sage Leaf really smells like sage. Not overwhelmingly like sage, but enough that if you closed your eyes and took a sniff, you'd be reminded of that amazing meal you had the other week which featured, you guessed it, fried sage leaves.

What benefit does sage have for your face? I have no idea. Here's what the experts at Jack Black have to say:

Oat and coconut derived, sulfate-free surfactants gently but effectively cleanse the skin. Witch Hazel acts as a natural astringent with soothing properties. Certified Organic Sage Leaf and Rosemary provide antibacterial and healing benefits. Certified Organic Chamomile and Aloe Leaf help soothe and reduce redness.

Me? All I know is that I've been using it for the last couple weeks and really like it. Leaves my face clean and doesn't dry it out. Love the smell. Washes off easily. Can't ask for more in a daily facial cleanser.

Jack Black Pure Clean Daily Cleanser is $18.00 for a 6 oz. tube.

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September 11, 2007

This Just In - Jack Black

jackBlackLogo.gifThe Jack Black actor / Jack Black shaving products joke has been made zillions of times in the shaving world. Oh? You didn't know there were regular jokes in the shaving world? Well, hang around for a while and you'll learn a few.

I've only had the opportunity to use small samples of Jack Black products before, so I'm thrilled to have received a full compliment of Jack Black shaving supplies from our friends at Details for Men. When Jack comes up in the rotation we'll be reviewing:

Very cool. Always nice to not only get a chance to review a line's shaving supplies, but also their other men's grooming products. Most of their items fall within the $10 to $30 range, with gift sets and colognes running a bit more. Click on over to the Jack Black website to learn a little more about this top-shelf brand.

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June 4, 2005

Jack Black

jackBlack.jpgWhat does Hollywood's Jack Black, star of School of Rock and Tenacious D, shave with? I have no idea. But if he had a shaving product line I'd bet it would be this - Jack Black.

Jack Black is a line of high performance shaving, skin care, sun protection and grooming products designed exclusively for men. The unique combination of authentic ingredients and original technology offer men real solutions that go beyond soap and water. Nothing complicated, nothing cosmetic. Just superior products designed with guys in mind.

According to this MSNBC article the "On the Road Travel Pack" for $55 is the best deal. Fathers' Day is coming. Are you prepared?

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