Enjoy the silkiest shave around with these sleek and durable blades.
Your skin will be left feeling pampered and smooth, making you wonder why it took you so long to upgrade your shaving routine.
Our stainless steel blades provide the closest possible shave and remove hair right, the first time. Say goodbye to razor burn, skin irritation, and ingrown hairs.
Plus, you'll trim your waste by using metal blades that can be recycled instead of plastic ones which just end up in the landfill.
*These blades are universal and will fit in any safety razor.
Plastic coated razor blades.
The average person uses approximately 24 disposable razors or razor cartridges a year, which cannot be recycled.
By switching to a safety razor you are no longer contributing to the billions of plastic razors that end up in the landfill each year.
HOW TO USE
*For first time use - Unscrew razor head from razor handle, place blade between two pieces of razor head (teeth away from the handle), then screw razor head to razor handle.
Prep your skin with warm water.
Lather up with your life UNpacked shave bar.
Hold razor at about 30 degrees and let the weight of the razor do the work as you pull in short, straight strokes.
*Go with the grain, don’t apply too much pressure, and go slow.
Rinse the blade, and of course yourself!
*If you feel the need to press your razor into your skin, it’s time for a new blade.
Razor blades are shipped in a biodegradable box. This packaging can be thrown into your recycle bin.
END OF LIFE
Typical Life Span: 5-10 shaves (per blade)*
If your city specifies that they collect scrap metal with their curbside recycling, you can toss your razor blades in there. Be sure to put them in an aluminum can or other small container so no one is injured.
Most city recycling programs, however, collect scrap metal separately.
Collect your blades in a blade bank made from an aluminum can or other small container. Be sure it is clearly labelled and keep it away from children and pets.
When the can is close to full, tape the opening to seal it and drop it off at your local scrap metal collection site for recycling.
*Life span will vary based on thickness of hair, storage conditions, etc.