The US based brand currently has limited distribution in the UK via boutique stores within Harrods and Harvey Nichols.
The move follows the global consumer-products company’s purchase of another premium US male-grooming brand The Art of Shaving, which sells razors for more than $300 (£182) each.
New York-based Zirh was founded in 1995 and makes products such as shaving creams and gels using natural oils and extracts.
P&G’s male grooming brand communications spokesman, James Nunn says the acquisitions show P&G see’s male grooming as “an interesting sector” for expansion.
He adds the company would now look at how to build on the acquisitions “across the globe.”
P&G’s existing male grooming portfolio include Gillette, Old Spice and Braun.
The news follows revelations that Sara Lee is planning a fresh attack on the male grooming sector via the revamp of Brylcreem and future expansion of the Radox brand. Actor Matthew Fox (pictured) has promoted L’oreal male grooming brand menexpert.