Posted on February 13, 2013 by admin

Men oh Men! Hear this, it’s a nice story.¬†At the age of 13, Dion Nash’s father, bestowed him with the poem IF by Rudyard Kipling. The poem is the voice of a father giving the son a primer on how to be a man. Mr. Nash, two decades later, was developing a skincare line, which he would call Triumph and Disaster. The magnificent line (which I adore and find totally cool and fresh and slick and vintage and beautiful) respects nature, has natural ingredients which come from Nash native New Zealand. Nash, spent 18 years on the New Zealand national cricket team, but after retiring from the sport he went on to work in the spirits industry and later in Triumph and Disaster. The men’s grooming line¬†together with a team of three chemists and a world-class perfumer, aims to combine the best of science and nature with a global sensibility. In fact, products range from Shearer’s Soap and cleanser to facial scrubs and shave creams. Infused with eucalyptus, almond, bergamot and pine these products offer post-exercise, sun and shave hydration. The company aims for sustainable business practices and uses only ingredients certified as not tested on animals.