1 x Double Edge Safety Razor
1 x Vegan Shaving Soap
5 x Replacement Blades - Sharp Blades
Have you ever tried using a safety razor? Honestly it is one of my ultimate plastic free swaps, I have saved so much plastic and waste just by switching to a double edge safety razor plus you get the best close shave once you get the technique down. Sure it can take time to get used to but they really aren’t as scary as you think and the benefits are huge. The amount of waste and plastic you can save is huge!
Safety razors come in many different designs but our particular razors from Naked Necessities are made from metal with a wooden handle, these will last you a lifetime if looked after. You just simply replace the 100% recyclable metal blades that come in a cardboard box! These include 5 replacement blades. 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 closest shave and the smoothest skin.
Included in the 5 spare blades. 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.
Ingredients for shaving soap - Palm Oil Free & Vegan
Sodium cocoate, Sodium olivate, Aqua, Sodium castorate, Kaolin (clay), Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera Leaf Juice), Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) essential oil contains linalool, limonene, geraniol, Citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) essential oil contains limonene
These shaving kits come plastic free in a card board box as does the shaving soap and blades. With regards to disposing the actual blades, they too are 100% recyclable.
The best way to dispose of them is to buy or make a blade bank, once the blade bank is full you will need to ask your local recycling centre if they accept them. If they don’t what most do is pop the entire blade bank in the normal waste bin or metal recycling but it is always best to check with your local recycling first.