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Stay fresh on the go with these travel-friendly

grooming picks

Malin+Goetz Eucalyptus Deodorant

This award-winning deodorant from sensitive skin specialist

Malin+Goetz has dedicated following who swear by it to stay fresh all

day. It’s alcohol and aluminium free, and contains antiseptic eucalyptus

extract and citronellyl which keep odour at bay without clogging pores

like some antiperspirants.

£18 for 73g,


Marvis Wonders of the World Toothpastes

You may shudder at the idea of brushing your pearly whites with

anything other than mint toothpaste, but Marvis’ retro-packaged range

of unusually-flavoured toothpastes have converted thousands over

the years. Their newWonders of the World range, inspired by exotic

locations around the globe, includes Rambas, a mint, peach, pineapple

and mango fusion, and Royal, a combination of mint, Italian lemon oil,

tangerines, rose and nutmeg that invokes Orient Express train rides.

£8 for 75ml


Kiehl’s Grooming Solutions Exfoliating Body Soap

Kiehl’s Grooming Solutions range has you covered from top to toe,

with half a dozen specially-formulated products. This exfoliating

bar of soap is made with jojoba seed powder, pumice and pracaxi

oil to buff away dead skin cells and dirt, leaving skin smooth

and invigorated. It’s infused with cedarwood, sandalwood and

eucalyptus for a fresh but masculine smell, and lathers up a treat.

£19.50 for 200g



Holiday deals website TravelBird has released the 2017 Beach Price

Index, which looks at over 300 of the most popular beaches from

70 countries around the world and calculates how much a day at

each would cost for the average Joe or Jane. It’s the second time

they’ve compiled the index, and with currency fluctuations, political

change and increase travel, no beach has remained in the same

spot on the list. With the cost of sunscreen, water, beer, ice cream

and lunch taken into account, Norway’s Kristiansand Beach comes

out as the most expensive at a whopping £51.82. In fact, Norway

accounts for five of the top 10, with Scandinavia as a whole taking

up many of top 50 slots. The UK gets seven mentions, with Priory

Bay Beach on the Isle of Wight ranking 151st and costing £28.98 for

a day. At the bottom of the list is Cua Dai Beach in Vietnam, which

is cheap as chips at £10.96.




Peter Arvai,

co-founder and

CEO of Prezi

In 2009, Hungarian Peter Arvai

was part of a trio of ambitious

entrepreneurs who aimed to take on

tech juggernauts Apple, Microsoft

and Google with their slick visual

storytelling and presentation

software, Prezi. Since its launch, 85

million people have used Prezi at

least once, and its online database of

publicly-available presentations (the

largest in the world) has been viewed

over three billion times – and it’s the

software of choice for TED Talks.

Having bootstrapped and sacrificed

a salary for 18 months, Prezi has now

raised $72 million in investment, and

Peter says the next step is to start

implementing augmented reality

into the product, creating immersive

experiences. As Peter puts it, “having

better visuals allows you to tell a story

in a better way.”