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Ditch those cartridge razors.

The Retro Safety Razor delivers a mild and smooth shave. Perfect for the new wet shaver.

› Elegant Chrome Plating
› Ergonomic Handle
› Smooth & mild shave
› One Year Supply Of Blades

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The Triple-S Safety Razor is a 100% stainless steel safety razor CNC machined for a lifetime of use.

› 100% Stainless Steel
› CNC Machined For Precision
› Elegant Vertical Knurling
› Smooth & mild shave
› One Year Supply Of Blades

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The ‘Merica razor is made from 100% Marine Grade 316 stainless steel. CNC machined by a family-owned shop, right here in the U.S. of A.

› Made In The USA
› 100% Marine Grade Stainless Steel
› CNC Machined For Precision
› Perfect Grip” Handle
› Smooth Medium to Mild Shave
› One Year Supply Of Blades

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Retro Safety Razor

Perfect safety razor for the new wet shaver.

› Elegant Chrome Plating
› Ergonomic Handle
› Smooth & mild shave
› One Year Supply Of Blades

$24

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Super Safe Safety Razor

Our mildest safety razor. 100% Stainless Steel.

› 100% Stainless Steel
› CNC Machined For Precision
› Smooth & mild shave
› One Year Supply Of Blades

$40

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The 'Merica Razor

Made In The USA by a family owned shop.

› 100% Marine Grade Stainless Steel
› CNC Machined For Precision
› Smooth Medium to Mild Shave
› One Year Supply Of Blades

$90

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Why Do You Want A Safety Razor?

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You Have Tried
The Multi-Bladed Razors

You have tried them all. The 1 blade plastic razor, the plastic razors with 2, 3, 4, 5, and now even 6 blades. You have bought into the gel strips and pivoting heads. 

Did they work?

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Have You Tried A
Safety Razor?

Many of our customers who have made the switch to a safety razor have told us that they have seen reduced razor bumps, reduced razor burn, and less skin irritation. 

Why not try a safety razor?

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You've Tried Those Pink Women's Razors

You have already tried all of the pink and pastel colored multibladed razors. You have spent your shaving years trying them out because they were “specially designed for women.” 

Did they work?

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Have You Tried A
Women's Safety Razor?

What is the difference between a safety razor for women, and a safety razor for men? Nothing. They are the same razor. No pink tax. No plastic pastels. Just a good shave.

Isn’t that a novel idea?

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Do You Get Skin Irritation After Shaving?

Do you have sensitive skin? Do you get razor bumps or razor burn after shaving your sensitive areas or high friction areas like your armpits? Could it be the multiple blades?

There is only one way to find out.

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How Does A Women's Safety Razor Help?

Many of our customers have told us that switching to a safety razor has helped them reduce skin irritation. Could it be that one blade running across your skin is more gentle than five?

We think so. 

razor bump prevention man

You Have Tried The Multi-Bladed Razors

You have tried them all. The 1 blade plastic razor, the plastic razors with 2, 3, 4, 5, and now even 6 blades. You have bought into the gel strips and pivoting heads. 

Did they work?

Have You Tried A Safety Razor?

Many of our customers who have made the switch to a safety razor have told us that they have seen reduced razor bumps, reduced razor burn, and less skin irritation. 

Why not try a safety razor?

razor bump prevention happy guy
razor bump prevention women

You've Tried Those Pink Women's Razors

You have already tried all of the pink and pastel colored multibladed razors. You have spent your shaving years trying them out because they were “specially designed for women.” 

Did they work?

Have You Tried A Women's Safety Razor?

What is the difference between a safety razor for women, and a safety razor for men? Nothing. They are the same razor. No pink tax. No plastic pastels. Just a good shave.

Isn’t that a novel idea?

women happy with her safety razor
razor burn woman armpit

Do You Get Skin Irritation After Shaving?

Do you have sensitive skin? Do you get razor bumps or razor burn after shaving your sensitive areas or high friction areas like your armpits? Could it be the multiple blades?

There is only one way to find out.

How Does A Women's Safety Razor Help?

Many of our customers have told us that switching to a safety razor has helped them reduce skin irritation. Could it be that one blade running across your skin is more gentle than five?

We think so. 

women safety razor now happy

FAQ & Other
Safety Razor Info

The first safety razors were introduced in the United States in 1880. These early safety razors were one-sided and resembled a tiny hoe, and they had a steel guard along one edge to help protect from cuts. Then, in 1895, King C. Gillette introduced his own version of the safety razor, with the main difference being the introduction of a disposable, double-edged razor blade. Gilette’s blades were cheap, so cheap in fact that it was often more expensive to try to maintain the blades of the old safety razors than it was to buy new Gilette blades.

Learn more by reading our article “A Brief History of The Razor”

 

So you are scared of trying out a safety razor? That single intimidating blade ( that looks like it belongs in a box cutter) gives you visions of blood stained tissues all over your face?

Well, we believe you will like a safety razor better than your cartridge razor for the following reason. 

  • Avoid running multiple blades across your face
  • Find it easier to clean and sanitize your blades
  • Spend less money (If you buy from us). CLICK HERE for our deals.
  • Enjoy your morning routine

Learn more by reading our article “Safety Razor vs. Cartridge Razor”

Depending on how often you shave, we recommend changing your blade either once per week or twice per week. 

Find out more here.

“How Often Do I Change My Safety Razor Blade”

Shaving. The morning trim, a touchup before a big date, or a quick beard snip to convince your partner to kiss you again—all of these encompass a ritual that’s both universal and personal. Whether we’re talking ancient Egypt with seashells or 2020 with battery operated vibrating blades, shaving feels as routine as breathing. There are many ways to achieve the perfect shave, but what do you use? Straight razor, safety razor, battery-operated, cartridge, seashell?

All of these work (kudos for using seashells), but one stands out as a wonderful blend of old and new: The safety razor. Why? 

Read more in our article “You Need A Safety Razor”

Men have been using safety razors for decades. However, women are starting to see the benefits as well.

  • A smooth shave with less irritation
  • All metal handle with steel blades. No plastic. This is an eco-friendly product
  • A more cost effective way to shave
  • No patronizing “girly colors”

There are plenty of great choices when it comes to your first safety razor.  We recommend you checking out our Super Safe Safety Razor or our ‘Merica Razor

The short answer is no! In fact, a good double edged safety razor with a quality blade can help reduce the irritation that you might receive with some of the multi-bladed cartridge razors out there. 

Read more in our article “Are Safety Razors Dangerous?”

8 Safety Razor Myths

1. More Blades = Closer Shave

how many blades does your razor need
more blades equals better?

How could only one blade give you a close shave? Surely you need more! After all, you need more than one blade on an axe, a scalpel, and a steak knife, right?

Let’s end this safety razor myth for good. It’s not about the number of blades – it’s about the angle. One safety razor at the correct angle is going to give you a shave so smooth your face will be a slipping hazard. Those multiple cartridge razors make contact with your skin at different angles, meaning they’re not all cutting hair at the one that actually gives you a smooth shave. All this does is cause irritation, and there’s nothing smooth about razor bumps.

2. Shaving With A Safety Razor Takes Too Long

Clean face, apply shaving soap/cream, shave, rinse, apply aftershave. Are we talking about cartridge shaving or shaving with a safety razor? Exactly. It’s basically the same process, except the safety razor is going to give you way less irritation. For those who are new to shaving with a safety razor, there is a slight learning curve that might slow you down a little at first (check out our article on how to shave with a safety razor). However, with a little practice, you’ll be a safety razor pro in no time, and you’ll see very little change to your morning routine time-wise. Don’t let this safety razor myth hold you back!

3. Safety Razors Are More Expensive

We’ve already busted this safety razor myth in a previous article, but it’s so common that it definitely bears revisting. Shaving with a safety razor, especially from the Wet Shaving Club, is blade-for-blade, year-over-year, indisputably the cheapest option.

Big Razor and other shave clubs will entice you in with inexpensive handles, only to gouge you with their per-blade prices. Over a 5-year period, you will spend hundreds of dollars on their proprietary blades. If you get our lowest-price starter set, you spend $18 for a year of shaving. After that, it’s only $10 a year for blades, meaning after 5 years you won’t even have hit $100. If you treat yourself to one of our higher end safety razors, you still won’t spend that much in the same time period. Getting yourself a safety razor is one of the biggest favors you could do your wallet.

4. It Is Easier To Cut Myself With A Safety Razor

Anyone who’s shaved with a cartridge razor knows that they’re not foolproof when it comes to safety. A loss of focus or slip of the hand can cause you to stroke sideways, leaving a cut on your cheek (we’re not here to judge, we’ve all been there). The plastic around the blades of a cartridge razor and the lubrication strips give the illusion that they’re somehow safer. This illusion helps perpetuate this safety razor myth. But like we’ve said before, safety razors are at least as safe as cartridge ones. Used correctly, safety razors will give you a close, nick-free shave every time. It’s almost like they’re called safety razors for a reason…

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5. Safety Razors Are Less Hygienic

Go look at your cartridge razor. Take your time, we’ll wait. DISGUSTING. No matter how thoroughly you clean it, you’ll still find pieces of stubble and gunky buildup in cartridge razors. That’s because the overly complicated designs of these blades creates spaces for these things to get trapped in. This means that your skin is coming into contact with the unhygienic leftovers of your last shave. Couple that with the multiple blades and you’re basically asking for skin irritation. The simple, one-blade design of safety razors means easy cleaning and nothing left behind. Ask any safety razor aficionado, and they’ll tell you that when they open theirs they only find one thing – the blade.

6. Safety Razors Are Just For Men

If you look at our website, it’s pretty clear that men are our primary customers. However, that doesn’t mean that women can’t benefit from using a safety razor as well. Pretty much any body part that can be shaved with a cartridge razor can be shaved with a safety razor. You’ll have silky-smooth skin with less irritation. However, that’s not the only reason for women to switch. Remember how we said earlier that shaving with a safety razor is cheaper? Well, that goes even more so for women. On average, women’s razors cost 11% more than men’s in what’s known as the “pink tax”. Not cool. This is a safety razor myth that Big Razor definitely doesn’t want busted. Ladies, we would be more than happy to help you right this wrong. Check out our safety razor for women!

8. I Can't Dispose of Safety Razor Blades Safely

The fact that you’re thinking about the safety of those who recycle your blades shows you’re a true gentleman (that’s right, safety razor blades are recyclable). Loose razor blades have the potential to cut those working in waste management. Luckily, many safety razor blades are sold in dispensers with a slot for used blades. This means that come recycling time, they’re all together in a neat little package. For other razor blades, you can get yourself a razor blade bank. They’re kind of like a piggy bank, except for razor blades. Insert your used blades, and when it’s full you put it in the recycling. No fuss, no muss, and the people who handle the blades will thank you.

 

Conclusion

There you have it, 8 safety razor myths well and truly busted. There’s nothing to fear except having more money in your wallet and an upgraded shaving experience (seriously, go look at your cartridge razor again – you deserve better). Head on over to our store and start your Wet Shaving Club journey today!

Safety Razor Information

The following articles will help you understand how and why we all got duped into using those multi-bladed razors, and more importantly, why you should make the switch to a safety razor immediately.

Using this tool takes a little practice. But once you get started, you will never look back. In fact, if you pair your new instrument with the other fine accoutrements used for a proper wet shave (i.e. shave soap, shave oil, aftershave, and a shave brush) we believe that you will both enjoy and be saddened by your morning shave. You will enjoy the process of the shave, you will enjoy the result of the shave, and you will enjoy how you look after the shave. However, you will be saddened (at least temporarily) that you spent all those years beforehand using a dang cartridge razor!

When you are done reading our articles and have been properly educated on what you have been missing, we would ask that you spread the news. Tell your friends! They will thank you for it.

General Shave Information

The following articles will help you gain an understanding on how you can improve your shave experience, uncover the tools you need, and explain how you got duped into using those multi-bladed razors all these years. 

From the products you should be using for your shave routine, to whether or not you need to shave your beard, and everything between. You have questions. We have answers. When you are done perusing all of our information you should:

  • Understand the shaving process
  • Know what products you need to maximize your shaving experience.
  • Learn the proper method of shaving
  • Have confidence that the safety razor is the most important tool in your morning shave.

Using this tool takes a little practice. But once you get started, you will never look back. In fact, if you pair your new instrument with the other fine accoutrements used for a proper wet shave (i.e. shave soap, shave oil, aftershave, and a shave brush) we are confident that you will look forward to your morning shave!

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