Cartridge razors are generally engineered to provide a “one-size-fits-all” shave, making the product a ubiquitous solution for the masses of shavers out there. In doing so, disposable cartridge razors decrease the potential margin for error across the board for various skin and hair types. That means nicks, cuts, weepers, razor bumps and...

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By Josh Chou

Varying differences exist across safety razors, some more slight and nuanced and others more drastic and shave-altering. Understanding these differences between razors, razor heads and razor blades is important as you delve into the wonderful world of wet shaving. The driving force behind such differences could include manufacturing differences, product feature variations and shaving...

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By Josh Chou

Since the shaving culture has shifted over the last decade, the popularity of the safety razor has also soared. However, despite its popularity, many men still struggle with idea of switching to a  safety razor for their morning shave. This is because most grew up using cartridge razors, and there are...

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By Josh Chou

Not every razor is a fit for every situation. There are razors based on aggression, razors focused on the weight of the handle, razors with slanted heads and razors for beginners. Not all safety razors work in every scenario. In short, there is not a one-size-fits-all solution for shavers looking...

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By Josh Chou

Your razor–whether you use a cartridge razor, a safety razor or a straight razor–should be the tail that wags the dog on your accouterments decision. The shave cream, shave soap, shave foam or shave butter you eventually use should ultimately be determined by your razor, not the other way around. The first...

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By Josh Chou
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