1 x Double Edge Safety Razor
5 x Replacement Blades
Safety razors come in many different designs but these particular razors from Naked Necessities feature a metal head with a sturdy wooden handle. They will last a lifetime if looked after. Simply replace and recycle the stainless steel blades when needed and you have a safety razor for life.
If you have not tried a traditional razor before, the quality of this razor speaks for itself. You barely need to apply any pressure, just hold the handle in your finger tips, and let the weight of the razor head glide over your skin, giving you the close shave and smooth skin.
These are superior platinum double edge blades that fit snugly in your razor, giving you the closet shave! The benefit of the traditional safety razor is the gap between the blade and the frame, allowing hairs to escape the head of the razor, rather than getting stuck like disposable heads.
Wrapped in biodegradable paper.
How To Use
Safety razors can take some getting used to and there is a technique to it, this can take time but you’ll get it soon enough. All you need to do while you are getting used to is take your time and shave carefully, try not to shave in a hurry.
Pull the skin taut in the opposite direction of the blade, and hold the razor at about thirty degree angle.
There's no need to apply a lot of pressure, use short, even strokes, rinsing the razor every so often.
To replace the blade, hold the head still while you turn the handle counter clockwise.
Unscrew the handle all the way and pull apart the two parts of the head.
Carefully replace the blade, place the two parts of the head back together and then screw the handle back in clockwise until tight.
Make sure to put the two parts of the head together correctly before using.
Chrome coated bronze
Recycling Razor Blades
When it comes time to replace the blade in your safety razor, simply remove it from the razor head and pop it into a blade bank.
Once you have filled your blade bank, it can either be dropped off at your local recycling center or put into a metal recycling bin, it is always best to double check with your local county council before hand.