The Father’s Day Gift Guide, 2023
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Don’t forget to add June 18 to your calendar to spend quality time with your dad or the father figure in your life and check out the Father’s Day gift guide for the best presents to buy now.
Even though his declarations of ‘nothing’ will be valid — his heart will melt after receiving something chosen with love to show your appreciation of everything he does — from taxi to bank teller and chief pooper-scooper, and everything in-between.
Even if you are far away from your dad or your father figure, many of these items can be shipped worldwide, so you know you’re covered.
Traditional Father’s Day gifts
What are the traditional Father’s Day gifts? If you don’t want to go wrong, focus on classic presents ideas for Father’s Day. Pay attention to the traditional items, such as electronic accessories, personal care tools, sports and gardening goods, clothing, gift cards or certificates.
Most popular Father’s Day gifts
What is the most popular gift on Father’s Day? D. Tighe, a research expert covering shopping behaviour, claims that 30% of UK fathers wish to receive cards from a shop, 19% — beer gifts, 16% — a meal at a restaurant. So, it is clear a way to a father’s heart is through his stomach.
The best gifts for your Father figure
ClarinsMen Cleansing Kit, £25, is perfect for any no-frills man that wants an introduction to skincare. Containing a ClarinsMen Active Face Wash, Shampoo & Shower and Super Moisture Balm, it’s full of the only go-to basics he’ll need when it comes to caring for his skin.
ClarinsMen Bodycare Kit, £25, is brimming with the everyday essentials he’ll use again and again – with a full-size ClarinsMen Shampoo & Shower, along with a mini Active Face Wash and Super Moisture Balm.
For the skincare lover, try the Hydra-Essentiel [HA2] Day Cream Collection, £39, which contains a trio of super moisturising and plumping products.
A decent groom
Grooming gifts are perfect for Father’s Day. You can choose either an electric razor or a stylish steel safety razor. If he’s a shaver — treat him to some luxury men’s skincare. The ClarinsMen shaving range makes removing stubborn hair easier, cleaner and faster. The Shave Ease Oil, £24, with rosemary, eucalyptus and mint oils helps prevent irritation, leaves skin soft and smooth and has uplifting aromas — a perfect pick-me-up for early morning starts.
An alcohol-free After Shave Soothing Gel, £25 repairs skin after shaving and protects it from irritation and dehydration. This extra comforting balm with purslane, centella and blue alpine thistle fits all the skin types, even damaged and sensitive.
For daily skin moisturising, pick up ClarinsMen Super Moisture Balm, £32, for the face and neck. Its ultra-comforting and the non-greasy formula help with strengthening and intensive skin hydrating.
Special offer: Spend £70 at Clarins between 3rd and 18th June and receive a FREE men’s toiletry zip bag containing seven mini grooming products (and for good measure – an additional three mini products for you!). Simply use the code ‘CLARINSMEN’ to claim your free gift.
Stylish Father’s Day ideas
Clothing or accessories is one of the traditional Father’s Day gifts. Dad would be fully kitted out with a sweater, shirt, customised T-shirt, cap or stylish sunglasses.
Homemade Father’s Day gifts
What can I buy my Dad on Father’s Day? If you have a handmade hobby, you can create a heartwarming gift by yourself. This could be a painting or a personalised photo book, DIY soap bars, knitted accessories, cupcakes or a pie. Or, turn your handmade pictures or images into personalised Father’s Day Gifts – we love Bella & Bow.
The gift of a good brew
The package of your father’s favourite beer or beautiful glasses is a good choice for beer lovers, but not only this. Consider a customised beer opener, a beer growler that can be filled up at a local brewery, or even a starter starter kit to make a homemade beer. A portable beer cooler can be helpful for those who take beer to a picnic or beach.
The fun gadget-y gifts
Depending on how your dad prefers to have fun, you can delight him with a Polaroid camera, headphones, his favourite books or a gaming console. Of course, going outto activities that he likes or tickets to the concert of his favourite musicians can be a brilliant idea, too.
Golfing gifts to up his swing skills
For golf-loving dads, there are tons of tools to order. Polos, golf shoes and gloves, and tech-head gadgets, such as smart sensors, launch monitors, laser devices, and GPS, will help to improve his technique and swing.
For the green-fingered types
If your father or father figure is fond of gardening and likes to spend time in nature, the gift can be related to this activity. Keep an eye on garden clothes, gloves, seeds, trowels and spades, secateurs, garden furniture or BBQ tools.
You may order the same cologne your father had been wearing before or choose something similar, maybe a hi-end version. Or, to make it olfactory-proof and not commit to something too heady or new he might not like, opt for a body spray instead. They are easier on the nose, and there’s less chance of getting it wrong. Eau Dynamisante Treatment Fragrance, £26, is a great everyday choice that will give the benefits of aromatherapy and make him smell good.
A stylish pad
For listing, planning and journaling fans, you can easily find a gift that conveys your love: stylish moleskins, classic notebooks, wellness journals, notebooks for to-do lists and for anything work-related doodles.
Cozy gifts for home-loving Dads
If your Dad enjoys spending time at home relaxing with Netflix, he will thank you for a cosy pyjama, a fleece robe, or soft slippers. But maybe he’s been eyeing an orthopaedic pillow or weighted blanket for a while? Then go ahead and order it now, just in time for Father’s Day.
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