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ANATOMY OF OUR RAZOR

When we started promoting safety razors, it was with the objective to reduce the amount of waste we produce in our bathroom. Knowing that billions of razors are sent to landfill every year, it came naturally to us that using a safety razor was a much-needed swap. 

However talking to (girl) friends around, that swap wasn’t so easy to do. Safety razor options are usually men’s razor, with bold and chunky design, and with the purpose of shaving thick beards in front of a mirror. They still do the job for shaving legs. But they are intimidating. And not glamorous. Without being too sexist, let’s be realistic: we, women, need something a little bit different.

 

So in order to convince more women to take that step and stop sending plastic razors to landfill or ocean, we decided to tweak it and work on some key features to offer a more gentle shaving experience:

 

Zerowaste shaving safety razor women

 

  • A curved blade, with minimal exposure and sitting close to the razor head, to offer a low aggressiveness level - while still maintaining the efficiency.
  • A single blade to provide an irritation and ingrown-free shave
  • A long handle: because we need to reach far for all our body parts and not all of us are super flexible ballet dancers.
  • A finely chiseled handle to give you a good grip while you shave in your shower 
  • A closed comb to ensure a good guard against cuts and an easy glide on your skin
  • A heavy weight and perfect balance so you only have to let it glide on your skin. Gravity will do the rest of the job. You can focus on relaxing.
  • A thinner, more elegant look and best of all – a pretty color. Because who loves pink plastic anyway?

 

Trust us, when you’ll start shaving with a real durable razor, you will never want any disposable razor sitting around in your bathroom ever again - Follow our recommendation on how best to use a safety razor

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