Cart
keyboard_arrow_right
keyboard_arrow_right
keyboard_arrow_right
keyboard_arrow_right
Your cart is empty!
Oops! You have nothing here

savoir faire


it’s french. say it how it’s supposed to be said.
it’ll make your mouth feel funny.

Discover more about mens health

Explore the Hims Journal

Science

Skin Health and Diet: Are Fatty Foods the Enemy?

If you close your eyes and think about the Holiday Season, one of the first things that you will envision is a table filled with delicious food: turkeys, hams, mashed potatoes, and an array of sugary pies and cakes. Though all of this is quite alluring, fatty foods have serious ...

Science

Premature Ejaculation Pills: How They Work and Alternatives

Premature ejaculation affects as much as 39% of all men at some point in life , making it one of the most common male sexual problems. While premature ejaculation can be stressful and challenging to deal with, it doesn’t need to be a problem you live with for your entire ...

Lifestyle

Fact vs. Fiction: Which Workout Supplements Work?

Make the Most of Your Workouts: Which Supplements are Worth It Pop into any supplement shop and the 18-year old behind the counter will be happy to sell you hundreds of dollars worth of pills and powders that are “scientifically proven to deliver results”. But ask that clerk a question ...

Lifestyle

How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions Using Science

Alright fellas, we’re a little past the halfway point in January 2019, and we just wanted to check in to see how those resolutions New Year’s resolutions are coming along. Are you still in the gym five days a week? Are you still eating out less often? How much money ...

Lifestyle

Staying Fit Without Spending Your Life in the Gym

Stay Fit Without Spending Your Life in the Gym Not all men are gym rats, spending hours with the weights and much of the time socializing and flexing in the mirror. Some like to get in and out — do what they came to do and leave before anyone gets ...

Lifestyle

What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder?

It happens—like clockwork—the same time every year. Those warm summer evenings spent on rooftop bars, around bonfires on the beach or in lakeside tents slowly cool down into chilly nights spent drinking dark brown lagers in your favorite hole-in-the-wall dive or on the couch binge-watching TV with your lady love. ...

Science

Valacyclovir and Alcohol: Is It a Good Idea?

Can You Drink Alcohol While Taking Valacyclovir (Valtrex)? Valacyclovir is an antiviral medication that’s used to treat a variety of herpes viruses, including HSV-1, HSV-2, herpes zoster and the herpes B virus. As one of the most common herpes medications, valacyclovir is used safely and effectively by millions of people ...

Science

Common Herpes Myths vs. Facts

Common Herpes Myths vs. Facts As one of the world’s most common STDs, herpes is subject to a variety of different myths and rumors. Some of these are grounded in facts but inaccurate, while others seem to persist despite being completely untrue. From never being able to have sex again ...

Science

Using Tretinoin for Acne: How Long Does it Take?

How Long Does Tretinoin Take to Treat Acne? Widely used to treat acne, tretinoin -- a retinoid that’s also known as all-trans retinoic acid -- can remove pimples, even out patches of discolored skin and prevent acne from developing over the long term. Like most acne treatments, tretinoin isn’t instant. ...

Hair

So You're Experiencing Hair Loss. What Now?

Stop Wasting Time and Start Acknowledging Your Hair Loss Finding a few hairs on your pillow or in your comb is nothing to worry about. At least not when it only happens from time to time. When you start to find clumps of hair left behind, however, it may be ...