Friday, 6 June 2014

Fathers Day - Gift Guide

Father's Day in the Uk is on June 15th Time to start thinking about what to buy. I've been mooching around and come up with some ideas for you.

Grooming:


I don't know about you but I like a man to look and smell nice so grooming products are a great idea. I love the products available from Dove. 
For the Active and Playful Dad there is the Daily Care Duo gift pack featuring the Clean Comfort Anti-Perspirant Deodorant and Clean Comfort Shower Gel
For the Sensitive Dad there is Sensitive+ Moisturiser, sensitive Dry Anti-Perspirant Deodorant and Sensitive Shower Gel.
And for the  Go The Extra Mile Dad ther is the Deep Clean=Face Scrub and Hydrate+ Moisturiser.


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Or a favourite of my kid's Daddy, something to help him relax after a hard day.

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Clothing:


How about some treats from Next?



Something Original

Or maybe you want to get crafty, or get the kids crafting? Over on my Father's Day Pinterest Board you will find a whole host of idea like this clever plate.






Something Geeky

I am the geeky one in our house but if you have a geeky fella to buy for how about these suggestions?

Best Dad in the Galaxy tee from Something Geeky £12.99
Nintendo Key Chain £4.99 from Something Geeky
Mr Potato Head Doctor Who £17.95 from Red5

Gardening

All dad's love gardening, right? Ok, maybe not my kids dad, but I know my brother does. Here's my pick of gifts for the gardening dad.

Shed Tidy
Dads Garden
Garden Bits and Bobs Tin
Dig For Victory Mug


I hope that maybe I have inspired you with my post. I did receive a few goodies from Dove and Radox to include them in this round-up but all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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