People say “no sweat” like that’s a good thing, but at Fulton & Roark we believe in sweat. Not only is it the metaphorical ingredient to nearly every meaningful accomplishment, it’s also really good for your body -- and for your skin in particular.
Don’t believe us? Here are five facts that will change your mindView full article →
So often, it feels like we are being told the only way to get good skin is by using this facewash and that shave cream. And while there is truth to that, it’s not everything.
Great skin comes from so much more than what you put on your skin. A healthy complexion is also the result of your overall lifestyle.
Here are a few of our favorite tips to help you achieve the great skin you’re looking for.View full article →
When we launched our face wash a few years ago, we felt confident that we had made the very best product of its kind on the market. Our skin-balancing formula powers through the dirt, oil, pollution and sweat residue that accumulates on a guy’s skin throughout the day—and it does it without over drying his skin.
A lot of companies would have thought that was good enough. Once you have developed a simple, one-step face cleansing process with great results for guys, why mess with it? At Fulton & Roark, we decided to raise the bar.View full article →
If you’re looking to improve your grooming process, there’s no better place to start than by adopting solid cologne. Why? Because it’s likely the part of your grooming routine that needs an upgrade the most. It was the first grooming product the team at Fulton & Roark reimagined and now, years later, it’s still our best-known line of products.
Here are 15 reasons we think you’ll love our solid cologne:View full article →
If you are familiar with our solid cologne fragrance, Hatteras, then you can undoubtedly recognize its strong outdoorsy, masculine smell. This is created by a mixture of scents - a primary component being vetiver.
Vetiver (pronounced VEHT-ih-ver) is one of the most popular scents in the men's fragrance industry...View full article →