Wahl ‘Benevolent Beards’ Contest Allows Men to Put Their Good Grooming Toward Goodwill

Men’s grooming company is looking for bearded men doing good, will reward $20,000 to winner and $5,000 to charity

Wahl Stands Out Among Giants in American Manufacturing, Presents Donation to Support Wounded Veterans

Wahl presents $75,000 check to Wounded Warrior Project at inaugural Made in America event

New Products From Wahl Allow Americans To Fight Pain Sitting Down

STERLING, Ill. (March 10, 2018) – Did you know your car, desk chair or sofa could be hazardous to your health? They all contribute to ‘sitting disease,’ an epidemic affecting millions of Americans whose negative health issues can be attributed to a sedentary lifestyle. Thankfully, Wahl’s new Heated Lumbar Massager and Heated Foot Massager meet these people where they are suffering, with the purpose to relieve their pain and hopefully aid in their goals of achieving a more active lifestyle.


Things Are Looking Up For Americans Suffering With Neck And Upper Back Pain

STERLING, Ill. (March 10, 2018) – If you take time to look up from your computer, smart phone or tablet, you’ll see everyone else is looking down at theirs. It’s no wonder with people frequently hunched over their electronic devices that sufferers of upper back and neck pain is rapidly increasing. Wahl’s new Heated Neck & Back Massage Wrap and Heated Deep Knead Massage Wrap caters to this growing segment and are new additions to Wahl’s line of pain management products.


Give the Gift that Keeps on Grooming

(STERLING, Ill.) December 20, 2016 – Holiday gifts for guys can often be the hardest to shop for. Thankfully, Men’s grooming leader Wahl has a solution this year for those last-minute shoppers looking to break the norm of pajamas, ties, gadgets and power tools. The Wahl Elite Pro Clipper is the perfect complement to every guy’s grooming arsenal, and it’s the gift that keeps on giving all year long.

Which Skills May Be Going By the Wayside for Men?

(STERLING, Ill.) November 15, 2016 – Throughout the course of history there have been skills long considered “essential” for guys to know how to do—fixing leaks, changing car oil, starting a fire without matches, cutting their own hair and more. Men’s grooming leader Wahl set out to uncover if guys still know how to perform these tried and true skills and whether they are embraced by today’s younger generation of guys - millennials. The results suggest that what was once considered need-to-know is no longer needed—or at least not as much.