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If you were late to the spring-cleaning party, no time like the present to get an upgrade in the grooming department. The Clarisonic Limited Edition Spring Mia 2 Sonic Skin Cleansing Brush makes a great gift for dad; it’s snazzy, lightweight and removes pollution from pores 30 times better than hands alone, the company says. $150 at Clarisonic.com, Sephora, Ulta, department stores and Barba Dermatology.

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Jay Z didn’t have to think long and hard about the name of his cologne, Gold. He’s dripping in the stuff. As an apology for not attending Kanye and Kim’s epic wedding as best man, the rapping mogul reportedly sent over a bottle of Chianti dipped in gold (with a diamond cork, no less). But with notes of ginger, cardamom and vetiver, the scent is manly, not metallic. From $39.

Treat the men in your life to the pampering power of the sea with must-haves from the H2O Plus Oasis Men Collection. Give the busy man in your life the gift of the at-home spa with the luxurious marine blends and sea-derived extracts in this line, which includes a purifying daily cleanser, energizing facial scrub, shaving foam and oil free balm. H20Plus.com

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Jerseys may be the go-to way to represent the Miami Heat in the finals, but they aren’t necessarily the most original. Just sayin’. Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Co. at Karmaloop.com has created a handful of vintage-style red and black style hats, shorts and T’s put out just in time to cheer on the guys triumph over the Spurs. All together now: Three-peat!

Vaping isn’t five minutes ago yet. You can still ride this trend wagon while it’s hot. At the website, CraftVapery.com, you get the help of experts to help you pick out the most interesting (nicotine-free!) flavors; they create a hand-customized profile. The delivery service starts at $24 a month. Sign up this month for $5 off plus a free pair of sunglasses. www.craftvapery.com

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Don’t let the sweltering heat throw off your father’s fitness routine. SOS Rehydrate contains six times the electrolytes of an average sports drink. A parched Lil Jon recently tweeted he was craving a case. And IndyCar driver Scott Dixon says on the website, http://sosrehydrate.com, “Being highly active and pushing new limits daily, SOS has helped me stay on top of my game.”

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