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Father’s Day Gift Guide – Chamonix Blue for Men

Father’s Day Gift Guide – Chamonix Blue for Men

Name of the Product  Chamonix Gift for Him Package

Price of Product A $371.00 retail value, for $89.00!

Where it can be purchased Chamonix Website



A gentleman’s skin, while similar in basic structure to a lady’s, suffers from extra irritation due to shaving, exposure to the elements and traditional lack of care. Chamonix’s Blue for Men product line focuses on these differences while adhering to its high standards of natural luxury and clinical effectiveness.

Blue for Men products are formulated specifically for men with higher concentrations of grape seed extract (an anti-inflammatory) and copper peptides (aids in tissue regeneration) to better suit a gentleman’s skin needs, while giving you unsurpassed daily moisturizing and anti-aging effects.

Blue Skin Rejuvenating & Enzyme Revitalizing Treatment (1 oz.)

Blue Instant Effects Wrinkle Treatment (1 oz.)
Blue Microdermabrasion Treatment (4 oz.)
Blue After Shave Balm (4 oz.)


Get your Dad the gift that says I care about your skin.  Chamonix has a wonderful package that will allow the Dad in your life to really take care of his skin.  We take care of our faces as women but men need to do the same thing. Get your Father a wonderful gift that has anti-aging antioxidants for his skin.  We all get older.  Why not grow older without looking like we are old.  The products are not tested on any animals and all manufactured in the U.S.  Dad will appreciate the time you took to find a wonderful gift for him that he will use again and again.

I received a sample of this product to review at no charge but my opinions are not influenced in any way by this fact. They are my own.

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