Fellas, It’s Time To Get Some Bulldog On Your Face
The old proverb still rings true: dogs are man’s best friend. It’s no bull.
Except in the case of award-winning British skincare brand, Bulldog Skincare For Men.
Bulldog – whose award-winning moisturiser launches in Woolworths and Priceline stores across Australia this year – thrives on doing the simple things right. Founder Simon Duffy says his chief aim is to “to deliver superb performance at an affordable price”. “Everything Bulldog does is straightforward and effective enough to have you feeling perfectly groomed like a quintessential British gentleman,” he says.
The idea for Bulldog hit Duffy earlier in the millennium while shopping for skincare products; there was a distinct lack of straightforward options that were purpose-built for men. Following a period of research and development, Bulldog launched in the UK in 2007 and the rest is history. The brand started to export from 2010 and is now available in over 20,000 stores in 15 countries, including South Korea, USA, and Australia.
Duffy says all their ‘Original’ products – the Moisturiser (retailing at $11.95), Face Wash and Face Scrub (both $9.95) – are packed with natural ingredients. “We care about doing things properly; our range products in their skincare range never contain artificial colours, synthetic fragrances or ingredients from animal sources, meaning they are both vegan and cruelty-free.”
The Dad Website can vouch for Bulldog’s best-selling product, the Original Moisturiser: a refreshing, fast-absorbing, skin-softening cleanser that hydrates the skin, sans the sticky finish.
Key ingredients in Bulldog’s Original range include:
Aloe Vera: Bulldog’s aloe vera is sourced from a Guatemalan Community Trade project.
Camelina Oil: Camelina oil is pressed from the golden orange seeds of the camelina plant which is grown and processed in the UK.
Green Tea: Green Tea contains phytochemicals such as polyphenols and caffeine.
For more information on Bulldog Skincare For Men and to view their product range, click here, or email Nicholas Donovan at Men At Work Communications on firstname.lastname@example.org.