Safety Razor Shaving Kit for Men | Eco Friendly Razor with 25 DE Blades


$52.00 USD

Included:

1x Reusable Metal Safety Razor

25x Double Edge Razor Blades

1x Razor Blade Recycling Bin

1x Safety Razor User Manual for Men

What's inside the box

For the man seeking the ultimate shaving tool for perfect and precise shave, our DE Safety Razor is just what you need.

This is the ultimate shaving tool for precision shaving. With its closed comb design, this razor has been specially engineered to give you a cleaner, closer shave. The butterfly open is quick and easy to reload, while the special blade angle leaves your skin feeling smooth and irritation-free.

Get a close, smooth shave with less irritation and less mess than disposable razors. Not only does it give you a better shave, it's also better for the planet.

You'll get an eco-friendly metal safety razor that can be used by men or women. You'll also get 25 double edge razor blades, so you're set for a long time. And last but not least, you'll get a Razor Blade Recycling Bin, so you can be sure to do your part to keep our planet clean!

Care Guide

Cleaning Your Safety Razor

To keep your razor in tip-top shape, you should rinse it after every shave to clear away hair and shaving cream residue. You should also wash the razor regularly with warm water and soap using a soft brush, and store it upright in a stand if you have one to help dry it quicker.

Changing the Double Edge Razor Blade

You want to keep your safety razor blade sharp so it can cut through hair easily.

You should change your blades after 4-7 shaves. This is because the blades will begin to wear down over time and become less effective at cutting through tough hairs without tugging or pulling at them. Changing your blades every 4-7 shaves will ensure that they are always sharp enough to give a close shave without irritating your skin!

It also depends on the type of hair that you have—thick or thin, curly or straight—and how dense it is—how many strands are packed together. When you start to feel it drag, it's time to replace your blade.

How to recycle

Recycling is easy.

We use only premium stainless steel, double edge razor blades that are fully recyclable at the end of their life cycle.

The reusable razor is made from durable brass which means it will last years, not months. Forever if looked after!

So when it comes time to disposeing of your DE razor blades, you can pop them into one of our Blade Recycling Bins and recycle with your home recycling.

The blades are made from stainless steel and fully recyclable, which means they can be melted down and reused again.

Packaging & Materials

This razor is made with a solid brass core and a colour plated outer.

Vegan

No Single-Use Plastic

Cruelty Free

Recyclable

Safety Razor FAQs

What is a safety razor and why should I use one?

If you're looking to get a closer shave, save money, and be eco-friendly all at the same time, then you should definitely consider a safety razor.

Safety razors have been around for centuries and have been used by everyone. Even today, they are used by men and women all over the world because they are easy to use and get a closer shave than other shaving methods.

A safety razor uses a double-edged razor blade, which means you only use one single blade. This means a lot less waste—and it also means that you'll get a much closer shave than with an ordinary disposable plastic razor.

Safety razors are great because they can be used over and over again, so they're good for your wallet in the long run. They also don't irritate your skin as much as disposable razors do—so no ingrown hairs!

And unlike disposable razors, safety razors don't come with a built-in waste problem

If you're looking for a way to save money and help the environment, then using safety razors is a great option.

How to use a safety razor to shave my face?

There are plenty of reasons to use a safety razor to shave your face, but we'll get to that in a minute. First, let's talk about how to use these metal razors!

Getting a close, comfortable shave is all about the tools you use and the right preparation.

First things first: You'll want to heat your face before you start shaving. You can do this by using warm water or a hot towel. This will help you get an even closer shave and make it easier on your skin, too.

Once your face is ready for shaving, apply some shaving cream and leave it for 30 seconds—just long enough for the hair to soften slightly and protect your skin from nicks and cuts.

Next it's time to get down to business! Use short, straight strokes with the safety razor in the direction that hairs grow from your face (and neck). The key here is gentle pressure—don't be heavy-handed or aggressive with a DE razor or you'll risk cutting yourself! Pay special attention around any areas where hair grows in different directions (like around the mouth) so no hairs are missed when shaving.

Once you're done shaving, rinse off with cold water and follow up by applying a post-shave moisturiser. That's all there is to it!

I've sensitive skin, can I still use a safety razor?

If you have sensitive skin, then you're probably already familiar with the frustration of trying to find a razor that doesn't irritate it.

Imagine how much more relaxing your morning routine would be if you could shave without worrying about whether or not the razor was going to cause any irritation.

It's possible! Safety razors are the perfect choice for people with sensitive skin because they feature only one blade instead of multiple blades and cartridges like other razors. This means fewer passes over your skin and less friction, which can lead to irritation or ingrown hairs. While multi-blade razors might seem like a good idea at first, they often cut beneath the surface of your skin, which can also lead to irritation and ingrown hairs.

Safety razors are also much more affordable than multi-blade razors, so you'll be able to keep your blades sharper for longer without breaking the bank on new ones every time they dull out!

Safety razors require no pressure, so there is no need for heavy-handedness when shaving; this also reduces irritation and redness on sensitive areas like knees or ankles where typically more pressure is needed due to the curvature of your leg or ankle bone structure.

It's easy to see why these guys are great for people with sensitive skin!

How do I insert the double edge razor blade?

It couldn't be easier.

Place two fingers around the neck of the safety razor and twist from the base of the handle. The head will open like a butterfly.

Carefully unwrap your double edge razor blade from the wax paper and gently slide over the metal ridge of your razor. Make sure it's fully pressed down. A little shake generally does the trick.

Then twist the safety razor's head tight and you're ready to go.

How long will my double edge safety razor last?

Metal safety razor are designed to be long-lasting.

If you keep it clean, dry, and safe, your razor will last a lifetime.

Clean it regularly. You can use soap and water, or a vinegar mixture for deeper cleaning.

Store it in a safe dry place. Don't leave your razor lying around on the countertop!

The safety razor is made of metal, will it rust?

No. Your DE razor is made from brass and powder coated to give it it's colour whilst also protecting the razor from rust.

However, the steel double edged razor blades will rust if exposed to water for sustained periods of time. This is the same as you would experience with disposable razors. The trick is to keep your razor some place dry and if you can, dry off the blades after use. This will extend their life.

Leaving your safety razor upright in a stand will help the blade to dry naturally.

Can I shave my head with a safety razor?

Yes, you can absolutely shave your head with a safety razor.

It’s also an excellent method for keeping your head smooth and clean-shaven without having to pay for costly barber visits.

You'll get a closer shave than with an electric razor plus safety razors are great for getting a really close shave, and they're easy to use once you get the hang of them.

Start from the middle of your head and shave in the direction hair grows—this will help you achieve an even cut. You'll want to pull your skin as tight as possible with your free hand so that you don't leave any stray hairs behind. It may also help to lather up your head with soap beforehand so that it's easier for the blade to glide over.

Take it slow. Be careful. You'll feel like a pro in no time!

I have a beard, can I still use a safety razor?

We know what you're thinking — can I use my safety razor if I have a beard?

Absolutely! A safety razor is a great investment for any man, whether he's got a beard or not.

The straight edge of the blade makes it super easy to keep your beard neat and tidy, which means your bearded look will always be kept in tip top shape.

Plus with the double edge razor blades being much cheaper than multi-blade cartridges, it makes sense to maintain your beard with a safety razor.

Is a safety razor what my barber uses?

If you've been going to your local barber, chances are they were using a cut-throat razor.

A cut-throat razor is similar to a safety razor in that they both use a single blade to deliver a close shave. The main difference is that on a safety razor, a safety bar protects your skin from the blade, which makes it easier to use whilst still delivering an exceptionally smooth shave.

If you want to get that same smooth shave at home, try using one of these razors next time you shave!

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