Men’s Travel Grooming Essentials: Ursa Major Face Tonic & Face Balm


Hailing from Vermont, Ursa Major is a nautral skin care brand for men that uses natural ingredients to create gluten-free, vegan, non animal tested products that are designed to gives us healthier skin. Among their products offered include the 4-in-1 Essential Face Tonic and the Fortifying Face Balm, which work well together.


The 4-in-1 Essential Face Tonic (8 oz) has four uses as a cleanser, an exfoliator, a post-shave healer and a toner. Thinking of it from a traveler’s perspective, a cleanser and post-shave balm are always needed for even a weekend trip to clean and freshen your face on the go (instantly) and to fight off razor burn or ingrown hairs. With the UM face tonic, you get the extra benefit of not having to pack several different skin products. $24,


The Fortifying Face Balm (2.5 oz) strengths the face tonic’s properties by also combating razor burn or ingrown hairs, but also helps to hydrate and protect your face. It also keeps your skin looking young with the anti-aging properties of myrtle, kendi seed and carrot seed. Both of the products give off mixed-lavender scents where after using the balm after the tonic, you only really smell the calming lavender—and only for a little bit. $36,

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About Andrew Villagomez

Andrew Villagomez is a lifestyle journalist, style photographer and owner of He contributes to publications such as, Out Magazine, Logo TV's, Passport Magazine,, and more. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @VeeTravels

Posted on January 23, 2014, in Grooming and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.


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