When it comes to shaving, you may feel that you have exhausted each and every one of the options and read all the online guides to discover what best men’s razor for sensitive skin.
The term sensitive refers to men who are not afraid to express their feelings, who cry in films that absorb large amounts of information every day and are sometimes overwhelmed by people.
Regardless of how you define it, you do not have to be ashamed of sensitivity.
Many women prefer sensitive men.
Sensitive skin is a very different thing. If you have it, there are plenty of times when you want to run away from it. For example when you shave.
Although we will do our best to talk about the best men’s razor for sensitive skin, we also want to explain why your current shaver will not help you, if you have to invest in an electric shaver (after all, they are very handy), with a few very secret shave tips that men rely on for an extremely comfortable shave.
Table Of Contents
- 8 Best Men’s Razor For Sensitive Skin Of 2019 Reviewed
- 1-Merkur 34C HD
- 2-Gillette Mach3 Men’s Razor
- 3-FEATHER ALL-STAINLESS STEEL DOUBLE EDGE RAZOR MODEL AS-D2
- 4-Merkur Progress
- 5-Braun Series 9-9095cc Wet and Dry Foil Shaver for Men
- 6-Schick Hydro 5 Razor For Men With Flip Trimmer
- 7-Bic Twin Select Sensitive Skin Disposable Razor
- 8-Schick Hydro Silk Sensitive Care Razor
- Are electric shavers good for sensitive skin?
- The Inside Story: How We Know The Best Men’s Razor For Sensitive Skin
8 Best Men’s Razor For Sensitive Skin Of 2019 Reviewed
|1||MERKUR Classic 2-Piece Double Edge Safety Razor|
|2||Gillette Mach3 Men's Razor, Handle & 1 Blade Refill|
|3||Feather All Stainless Steel Double-Edge Razor, Model AS-D2|
|4||MERKUR Progress Adjustable 2-Piece Double Edge Safety Razor|
|5||Braun Series 9-9095cc Wet and Dry Foil Shaver for Men with Cleaning Center, Electric Men's Razor, Razors, Shavers, Cordless Shaving System|
|6||Schick Hydro 5 Razor|
|7||BIC Twin Select Men's Disposable Razor, 10 Count (Pack of 3)|
|8||Schick Hydro Silk Razor for Women, Includes 1 Razor Handle and 2 Moisturizing Razor Blade Refills|
1-Merkur 34C HD
Without a doubt, the Merkur 34C or the classic 2-piece razor is one of the best men’s razor for sensitive skin you can buy, whether you have sensitive skin or not. The beauty of this razor is the versatility it brings to the table.
Ideal for any facial hair thickness
Place a sharp knife like a feather and you have a beard mower that can easily cut troublesome beards.
If you load it as a Personna with a smooth but sharp blade, you can use it on sensitive skin.
Good build quality
Another reason I like this product is the price, it’s not the cheapest available, but the build quality is great.
The two-part design makes it easy to clean and assemble compared to a three-piece shaver. The alignment of the blade is reasonably consistent, which is very important when shaving sensitive skin because your margin of error is less.
Questions & Answers
Does this item come in a case?
is this the same as the merker 34c heavy duty razor, and will the gold plating last for years to come? thanks
Yes this is the stubby version I can't say how long the plating will last. I have had it for for months no change except for a small area near one side by blade edge that has tarnished and can't seem to clean. In all a very good blade. I got it as some comments on the other one referred to corrosion. You can't go wrong with this as long as you get used to a short handle.
What is the model number for this razor?
Merkur HD 43C Double Edge RazorLong Handle-Stainless Steel
Where is this razor manufactured?
Solingen Germany . Its a nice hunk of metal I don't think I would ever have to buy another razor for the rest of my life. I wasn't crazy about the Merker blades though. The Wilkinson Sword are pretty good, and the feathers I like the best. I gave a few away as gifts and everybody loved them .
I started shaving with a double edge razor about a year ago. My first razor was the Edwin Jagger DE89Lbl. I chose it over this razor mainly because of the reviews about the finish. I then purchased a Pearl SSH-01 closed comb trying to get a slightly more aggressive razor, which it is. I then moved to a Fatip Grande open comb which is OK, but didn't live up to the reviews that I had read. Along the way, I've tried a few others and multiple blades trying to find that perfect combo. I don't know why, but I just didn't want to believe all of the glowing reviews on this razor.I finally, ordered one. When I opened the package, I saw modest packaging and a razor that just looked OK. A bit short, a bit heavy, and a finish that just looked fine, but didn't compare to my Edwin Jagger. I loaded a Feather blade, lathered up with my Katie's Bubbles, and proceeded to see if this razor would live up to being selected by many as their favorite razor.OK... I get it. This razor apparently is the perfect combination of blade angle, blade alignment, weight, and finish. It glides over my face like no other. It does not feel aggressive at all, but the shave is remarkably close. I generally perform three passes, but with this razor and a feather, two passes and a little clean up and I'm good to go.I'm very, very impressed with this razor. It is what everyone says... a great double edge razor.
After falling in love with an ad on instagram for a website selling safety razors, I knew I had to at least give it a try. I seriously dread shaving my legs because it seems like no matter what I use it always seems to hurt and never feels great afterwards. I also hate spending 25 bucks every couple months on razors that only provide a great shave the first two times I use them. So I searched on Amazon and found this, and I realized that this is the exact same razor being sold on Ouishave for way less. I watched Youtube videos because it was a little intimidating using something so different but I am so glad I made this purchase. Its way easier than I thought and it is a very nice addition to my beauty routine. It's heavy and well made, and the result is super soft! I have way less dark hair follicles and my legs actually feel smooth. I think its definitely time for women to graduate from Venus.
I don't know about anyone else but there just seemed something inherently wrong about dropping close to $50 for 16 cartridges of Fusion blades (not even Power ones), but I paid like all the other suckers not knowing. Then I decided to take a gamble on this razor and figured what the hell. I also picked up a variety pack of blades [settled on Treet as my DE blade of choice]Took a super hot shower and figured what the hell let's try this thing out .... and promptly cut my finger opening the razor from the package.Lesson 1: DE shaving will teach you ATTENTION TO DETAIL .... and you'll pay in blood when you forgetTaking my time and carefully shaving with the right blade angles (and grain) I then proceeded to get a shave that was as close or closer then the Fusion. So, feeling pretty cocky I decided to reverse the grain and slowly try again.All I can say is that this was like Saul on the road to Tarsus. I had my conversion and YES YES YES IT WORKS.Takes 5-10 extra minutes and it is utterly, totally worth it.Lessons from DE shaving so farAttention to detail: turn the radio off, turn the heat up in the water andSlow and steady gives better results: take the extra 5 minutes.Ritual: Shaving like your grandfather / fathers did is nice.YOUR time: This might be the only time of the day for you to take care of you and ONLY you .... enjoy doing something just for you [and take your time doing it].
2-Gillette Mach3 Men’s Razor
With so many options on the market, it can at least be a little tricky to choose a pattern razor that works beautifully with your sensitive skin.
From the Gillette Fusion ProGlide and Schick Hydro s 5-blade system to the razor system of the Dorco Pace 7 blades (yes, you read it the size of the large sheets), where one will absolutely work best for your skin?
Even though it seems best to recommend one of these advanced cartridge-based systems, we recommend working with the Mach 3 instead.
The Mach 3 is considered one of the best pattern razors out there.
It’s 3 sheets that not only provide an insane, clean-shaven face but also do not irritate your skin when you make it.
From the numerous reviews that you can read at online stores to forums like The Shave Den and Badger Blade, the Mach 3 is the most respected in the field of cartridge shavers.
Therefore, if you have sensitive skin, it is worth investing in this proven shaving system to get a clean shaven that does not hurt you, long after you it only last done with the razor.
Questions & Answers
Is shaving cream/gel necessary with these blades?
My first thought is "well, yes, of course! How else do you soften your beard?" But then I thought that it might be possible to soak your face somehow or let water run over it for a while (such as, in the shower) before shaving. I still think that you need to get a layer of shaving butter, cream, gel, or something to get the hairs wet/soft FIRST so that the blades can easily cut them. So...YES.
Why the handle feels and looks much smaller than the original Mach 3?
I have been using steak for 70 years. I never did it or ever use any other. This 10 pk was a great saving.
Is it the original mach3?
The only and only MACH3.
Does it have a battery?
No, he does not do it
This is a great razor. I used to buy disposable razors, but not only did they not do a good job, but they were not good for the environment because they had to be thrown out quite often.
First, Gillette, I f’ing hate you as a company for subscribing to the liberal agenda in such an overt manner. Second, unlike other companies which have failed veterans, police, and real men in general, I cannot simply abandon you with a personal boycott. Your product is apparently superior to every other brand that is sold at Target. I shave nearly everyday and in an attempt to save a little money I tried switching brands a couple times only to suffer through razor bumps and ingrown for weeks/months after only a few uses of these other brands. I recently switch from the 4-blade to this 3-blade that you have since that’s what I used in my younger days when we only had one blade, then 2, then 3, then 4, and now??? Anyhow, I stopped at 4 and tried to go back to 3, but I’m going to have to go back to 4 because your cartridge for the 3 seems weak...like your advertising and general mission statement for the company. One of these days I’m going to change jobs and stop shaving altogether just to spite you. But for now, you’ve got me you filthy SOB’s!
Compact and convenient packaging with an elegant design. People with bigger hands may find it a bit difficult to manage. It is lightweight with a sharp triple blade design. There is a small damp strip just above the blade, but you should probably use a good shaving gel or shaving cream, as well as moisten the shaved area after rinsing. The head rotates in one direction, not from side to side, it should have more rotation for a more comfortable reach and flexibility. But in general, a very good and strong shaver that will fit well in a travel kit for all your shaving needs. At a reasonable price with a variety of shipping options. It is much better to buy it on Amazon than in most other places. It gets 4 stars because it does not feel as tough as it could be, but for the price it's a very economical purchase for a travel kit. • Economical • Remove the blade easily by pressing the button just above the bladeCons: • The light feel makes it look less resistant than it should be • The small size can not be for men with large hands
After all these years and many new versions (and the new competition from everywhere), this is still the best.
3-FEATHER ALL-STAINLESS STEEL DOUBLE EDGE RAZOR MODEL AS-D2
The Feather stainless steel safety razor is handmade in Seki, Japan, which happens to be the birthplace of the samurai sword. So at least you know that the blades are sharp.
But there’s a lot more to this shaver than his knives – enough to make it the best shaver for sensitive skin. Admittedly, it is expensive compared to most other razors, but it is worth the price. And there is a lot of fun to be found.
First, it is made of stainless steel, as the name suggests, and it was one of the first safety razors made of the material. One of the many nice things about stainless steel is that it will never tarnish or lose its appearance, making it suitable for the price.
It is also made to last you a lifetime – just replace the knives when they become dull – and that makes it a long-term investment that, once again, justifies the price.
Although the blades are sharp, the Feather AS Double Edge Razor is considered less aggressive than many other razors, ie you can apply some pressure while shaving without worrying about nothing, cuts, and skin irritation. If you are a man with sensitive skin, then that is all you can ask for.
This is what we love about this shaver:
We have already mentioned the beautiful stainless steel case, but the Feather AS also uses a three-part design with a short comb.
We also like the overall balance of the shaver, which weighs about 3.25 grams.
The shaving head tilts at a 45-degree angle – most razors are at 30 – allowing the blade to be easily aligned.
It also helps to make it a good shaver for beginners, because there is minimal exposure of the blade to your skin. Some reviewers say that you hardly feel the knife.
Your AS Double Edge feather will be delivered in a wooden or velvet box, depending on where you live.
The package comes with five springs of stainless steel blades, which again are one of the sharpest you will find anywhere.
Questions & Answers
how long is the handle of this razor?
3.5 inches. (and it's the best razor I have) - I've got a couple Merkurs, a Parker butterfly and the Feather. i use it to shave my face and head, I have yet to nick myself. deep grooves in the handle make it totally non slip even if you have lather all over your hands.
Your description says the razor is a AS-D2 but the pictures are of a AS-D1, which is it?
The razor I purchased from Amazon was an AS-D 2. You want the AS-D2, it is the new model from the D1. You can read more about the As-D2 on Badger & Blade on the internet. I really like this razor. It is a very smooth shave.
can I use other blades besides the feather blade?
Yes, definitely. All double sided razor blades fit. I find that the Feather blades are sharper than the other blades I have tried.
Where is this made?
This review differs from many of the other reviews here in that it directly addresses the two primary concerns (some quibbles and some vehement complaints) expressed about the Feather AS-D2: (a) that because it is so mild it allegedly “CANNOT” shave a beard closely, and (b) that it is too expensive.This reviewer, for more than fifty years, has been “wet” shaving, using a brush (initially, a boar brush from the corner drugstore, then, for a quarter-century, a Vulfix 2234s “Super Badger”, and — for the past two years — a Mühle 33K252 “Silver Tip Fibre”synthetic) to generate lather from specialty soaps. The Feather AS-D2 razor that I bought in October 2015 was not my first Double Edge (DE) razor; it joined two other (quite different) DE razors that I already had been using for some time for my seven-days-a-week shave; were I to purchase new same-brand, same-model, replacements for those razors today, they would cost me $125 and $69, respectively. Because I already had two excellent DE razors in my possession and thus had no pressing NEED to add another, I did not approach the purchase of a Feather AS-D2, at its substantial price, lightly. I first read many of the reviews of the Feather AS-D2 under this Amazon listing — as well as many more reviews on shaving enthusiast sites like shavenook.com and Badger & Blade — and I added the Feather AS-D2 razor with my eyes wide open to the possibility that I could suffer an expensive disappointment.Let us start, first, with the “too mild to cut” claim. In the context of shaving instruments, “mild” means that a razor is designed to minimize the occurrence of serious cuts, and of less-serious nicks, during a shave. When King Gillette designed and patented the first DE razor, and brought it to market in 1904, “cutthroat” straight razors were the dominant configuration for shaving both by barbers and at home. Gillette’s design was conceived as a “safety” razor — what today would be called “mild” — and its main selling point was that a man was less likely to cut himself badly with Gillette’s innovative DE razor than he was using any of the commercial razors available at that time.Yes, like the original Gillette DE razor, the Feather AS-D2 is a “mild” razor — but that does not mean that an AS-D2 cuts whiskers any less efficiently or any less closely than an “aggressive” (the opposite of “mild”) razor does. At the end of the day, razor BLADES are what cut whiskers. Stripped to its essentials, every DE razor is merely a holder for its razor blade; it is the blade — specifically, the edge of the blade — that cuts. If the blade holder (razor) can deliver the edge of the blade to the place where a whisker emerges from the skin, then the blade can slice off the whisker right there. And a razor blade in even a “mild” razor can cut a man's beard every bit as closely and cleanly and smoothly as the same blade would cut the beard when mounted in any other DE razor.The design of any three-piece DE razor starts with a disposable thin and springy razor blade that has edges on two sides that can be ground wickedly sharp; the blade sits atop a baseplate the top of which is convex-curved or convex-angled; and a top cap that has a concave underside clamps the blade down onto the baseplate: the clamping action bends the blade slightly around the convex center of the baseplate, and imparts additional resistance against flexing along the edge of the blade. The boundary of the top cap above the blade, together with the bar or comb that forms the leading edge of the baseplate beneath the blade, define a slot through which the edge of the blade protrudes. Two dimensions: (1) the distance that the blade’s edge protrudes beyond the slot (called the “exposure” of the razor) that limits the ultimate depth to which the blade’s edge can penetrate into the thicket of whiskers (or into the flesh), and (2) the breadth of the slot between the underside of the blade and the top of the baseplate (called the “gap” of the razor), together limit the range of angles within which the razor can be rotated around a fulcrum of either the top cap, or the front side of the baseplate, before the edge of the blade gets lifted off the skin. While a specific DE razor’s manufacturing tolerances must be precise, the underlying geometry “ain’t rocket science,” as they say. The performance of a razor that has a relatively small gap and relatively small exposure will cause it to be categorized as “mild,” and the performance of a razor that has a larger gap and larger exposure will cause it to be categorized as “aggressive.”And here is where the difference among DE razors lies: the range of gaps and exposures within which the edge of the blade can address the whiskers to cut them efficiently is fairly narrow. If, within those tight parameters, the razor design allows for a relatively wide range of cutting angles, the razor demands less motor coordination from the man holding the razor, and less skill in manipulating the angle of the razor’s handle to his face, to shave the whiskers CLOSE to the skin; but that design choice brings with it a concomitant higher risk that he will cut INTO his skin. Conversely, a design that allows only a relatively narrow range of handle angles and a smaller blade exposure (that is, mild) requires the shaver to accumulate some experience, learning how to manipulate the razor handle frequently while pulling the razor across his face, to adjust the blade to the different cutting angles that are efficient to cut the whiskers for each of the various locations on his cheeks and jaw and neck; but a mild design provides better safety (less risk of drawing blood). The designer of a DE razor makes decisions relating to the razor head’s geometry that directly affect where on the scale between aggressive (angle-tolerant but risky) or technique-sensitive but safe (no bloodshed) — mild — the razor will fall.Among current models of DE razors, the Mühle Open Comb Double Edge Safety Razor, R41, which can hold the edge of a razor blade against the skin over a relatively wide range of angles, is an example of a razor near the “aggressive” extreme (search the web for an article, “2011 Mühle R41: My Attempts to Cage ‘The Beast’” if you are interested), while the Feather AS-D2 falls well on the safe, but technique-sensitive, “mild” side of the continuum.If you ever have cleaned a window or a glass door with a squeegee like the Ettore 60010 ProGrip Squeegee, you know that it works very efficiently on flat, vertical glass surfaces roughly between your waist level and your shoulder level, but when you have to squeegee a window over your head or down by your knees, you have a harder time keeping its rubber blade edge from skipping. The squeegee does not change; the glass is the same; but the different angle of holding the edge of the squeegee makes a big difference as to how well it works. A mild DE razor, like the Feather AS-D2, behaves like the squeegee; the geometry of our wrists, when our elbows are bent to hold a razor to our faces, will tend to alter the angle of the razor as we pull a blade across our face. Just as a squeegee needs to be held at a proper angle to clean glass effectively, so a DE razor needs to be held at a proper angle to cut whiskers effectively.A cartridge razor that has multiple blades in a pivoting head works differently than a squeegee does: it self-adjusts the angle of the cartridge relative to the position of the handle as the razor moves across the face. A man who is accustomed to using such a razor may mistakenly think that the Feather AS-D2, the head of which is rigidly fixed atop its handle, “cannot” cut his “coarse” beard; he falsely attributes to the density of his beard the blame for a condition resulting from his failure to adjust the angle at which he holds his wrist as he moves the razor head from one part of his face to another. Similarly, an aggressive Mühle R41 style of DE razor permits great laxity of discipline as to cutting angle, and when a man who is accustomed to shaving with such a razor shaves with the Feather AS-D2, he may hold the AS-D2 razor handle at the same virtually invariant angle that he found comfortable during his habitual shaving with the aggressive razor; but, at one or another place in the topology of his beard, that angle may not be an effective angle for the narrow gap of the AS-D2’s head geometry — in places, that angle may roll the cutting edge of the blade up away from where the hair follicle emerges, and therefore the blade does not cut the whisker close to the skin. Then the man may arrive at a false conclusion: when he holds the Feather AS-D2 at his invariant habitual angle and it DOES not cut closely, he concludes that it CAN not cut closely were he to hold at another angle — the correct angle for the AS-D2 — that he has not yet tried.Here is the reality: a sharp blade loaded in a Feather AS-D2, held at the proper angle, can cut ANY human whiskers, even wiry whiskers that are densely grouped. Blades cut whiskers. If that blade were mounted in, for instance, a Mühle R41 razor, it could cut the whiskers; when that same blade is in a Feather AS-D2 razor, and the AS-D2 is held properly, then the blade CAN and WILL slice off the whisker just as efficiently and thoroughly, and just as close to the skin, as it would in the R41. The Feather AS-D2 needs no modification to make it efficient; all that is needed is sufficient repetition of the practice of holding the handle of the razor at the proper angle, which varies as one shaves around the curves and corners of one’s face: repeated practice at making the adjustments creates muscle memory in one’s hand to the point where one need not think about the handle’s angle any more. The process is really no different from learning to play a musical instrument: Jimmy Page no longer needs to check his fingers’ position on the frets when he plays Stairway to Heaven.But I am writing this to tell you that there is another way — a hardware shortcut — to address the “too mild” complaint sometimes made against the Feather AS-D2. A competing maker of stainless steel razors, iKon Razors, makes the iKon B1 Open Comb Deluxe Razor (also known as the “iKon Deluxe OC”), each of the three component parts of which is directly interchangeable with the corresponding part of the Feather AS-D2. Sporadically, iKon Razors offers the baseplate of the iKon Deluxe OC for purchase independently of the rest of the razor, although Amazon currently does not offer the baseplate separately. (*Hint: use your favorite search engine to search the phrase, “Blem DLC Open Comb Base Plate"; the corresponding unblemished product is called “B1 Open Comb Deluxe Base Plate”.) When an iKon Deluxe OC baseplate is swapped into the Feather AS-D2 in place of the Feather AS-D2’s native baseplate, the Feather AS-D2 effectively becomes a clone of an iKon Deluxe OC razor, and it will shear whiskers over a broader range of angles of holding the razor; the mild-mannered Clark Kent Feather AS-D2 transforms with the iKon baseplate into Superman with a bit of an attitude. With two alternate baseplates available, one has what amounts to two razors that differ greatly as to aggressiveness. No, the Feather AS-D2 with the iKon Deluxe OC baseplate installed still will not be the barely tamed beast that the Mühle R41 is, but it does move to the aggressive side of neutral.In the months that I have owned the Feather AS-D2, I have shaved every day with it while my other two DE razors sat, unused, in the cabinet above the sink; I have used it both with the native (solid bar) Feather baseplate and with an iKon Deluxe OC baseplate, and there is a BIG difference between the two configurations. With care and attention, I can get — and have achieved — EVERY BIT AS CLOSE a shave with the native baseplate installed in the Feather AS-D2 as I ever get with the iKon Deluxe OC baseplate installed; the iKon baseplate does not add any close-shave capability to the Feather AS-D2; what the iKon baseplate does is trade off some safety against nicks and cuts to make the razor more tolerant of “wrong” technique in holding the razor at the optimal cutting angle. To get a close shave with the native Feather baseplate requires continual adjustment throughout the shave of the angle at which one holds the handle; when one has trained muscle memory to do it automatically, the end result is the same.Closeness of the shave, however, is only one consideration determining the enjoyment of using a razor: for me, the FEEL of the solid safety bar of the Feather AS-D2 baseplate moving across my face as I am shaving is more pleasant than the FEEL of the open comb of the iKon Deluxe OC baseplate on my face. (Imagine how a Hercules Sagemann Hair Styling Comb being raked across your beard might feel, and you can conjure an idea of what the open comb iKon baseplate feels like.) I continue to work on educating my muscle memory with the Feather baseplate installed, and as I am getting better at using it, the time required to complete a close shave with the native Feather AS-D2 is getting shorter, approaching the time it takes to knock off an efficient shave with one of my other two DE razors. Eventually, I shall have trained my wrist sufficiently to retire the iKon baseplate entirely. In the meantime — today — I can get as close a shave as I ever have achieved with ANY DE razor when I have the native Feather baseplate installed, but I can get as close a shave in LESS TIME with the iKon baseplate installed.The Feather AS-D2 ships with a pack of five Feather Hi-Stainless DE blades; not surprisingly, the Feather blades work symbiotically with the Feather razor in its stock solid bar baseplate configuration. The Feather blades are very sharp — famously so — but the Feather blades have been fashioned to be more flexible than most other blades; if a Feather blade is not firmly supported on its under (baseplate) side, it can ripple like a flag in a hurricane when the edge of the blade faces resistance during a shaving stroke. The underside of the top cap of the Feather AS-D2 razor has a square “post” at each of its four corners that corresponds to a matching cutout at each of the four corners of a standard DE blade; the top cap’s posts mate snugly into depressions or “sockets” at the corners of the standard AS-D2 baseplate, allowing the top cap and baseplate together to clamp the blade very firmly on both sides along the full length of the blade near to the cutting edge; this is an unusual design feature of the AS-D2, and, not incidentally, it ensures that the blade will be perfectly aligned between the top cap and baseplate when the pieces of the razor are tightened. When the alternative iKon Deluxe OC baseplate is swapped into the AS-D2, the top cap’s posts still stabilize the *sides* of the blade at the corners, ensuring excellent blade alignment, but the iKon baseplate curves down and away from the blade at the front edge, and there are no corresponding baseplate sockets for the posts to fit into; the blade is not as tightly clamped, and a thin blade like the Feather can flex along its edge in that configuration.I prefer the quality of the shaves that I get when I have loaded the Feather AS-D2 with KAI Stainless Steel Double Edge Razor Blades, which are made in the same small city, Seki, in Gifu Prefecture, where the Feather AS-D2 razor is made, and are (to my perception) just as sharp as the Feather blades; the KAI blades are stiffer — more resistant to deformation — than the Feather blades are, and consequently less susceptible to the judder that Feather blades sometimes exhibit. The KAI blades make at least as excellent a match with the Feather AS-D2 razor using the stock Feather baseplate as the Feather blades do, but the KAI blades are superior to the Feather blades when the iKon Deluxe OC baseplate is substituted. As a bonus, I have found that I get an extra shave or two on a KAI blade, compared to a Feather blade, before reaching the point of having to replace the blade.Both Feather blades and KAI blades are made in Japan; some other excellent DE razor blades are made in Russia. Having found success with Polsilver Super Iridium (SI) Double Edge Razor Blades (made in a factory in St. Petersburg partially owned by Gillette) and Rapira Swedish Supersteel (SS) Double Edge Blades (made in a factory in Moscow) in my other DE razors, I gave a couple dozen of each of those blades a fair try in the Feather AS-D2; both of the Russian blades gave me a pretty good shave; but the Japanese KAI blades and Feather blades give me a better shave in the Feather AS-D2 than the Russian blades do; “your mileage may vary,” as they say.Now as to price. Several reviewers here on Amazon have opined that the Feather AS-D2 is not “worth” upwards of $150, or that it is “over-priced.” SUBJECTIVE value to an individual is, of course, indisputable. But, on an OBJECTIVE basis, the Feather AS-D2 has a mark-up from the cost of manufacturing it that is commensurate with the mark-up of cheaper, lesser, razors. One legitimately may argue that the molybdenum enhanced and highly corrosion-resistant “marine grade” 316 stainless steel (also known as “surgical stainless steel”) that Feather selected for use in the AS-D2 is overkill, that for razors that are not exposed to saltwater, 316 affords no discernible advantage in the short term over the fairly corrosion-resistant 304 stainless steel that other manufacturers of stainless steel razors use. One legitimately may argue, further, that, having chosen to make the Feather AS-D2 with such high grade stainless steel, it was overkill to plate the steel in chrome; and that it was further overkill to take the extra step to give the chrome a matte finish. Those are valid points, because Feather could have brought a very similar razor to market at a lower price point had it not taken those extra steps. But — relative to its COST to produce — the Feather AS-D2 is very much worth the PRICE for which it sells. Whether such quality is realized subjectively when standing in front of the shaving sink, or whether there is worth to you in knowing that the Feather AS-D2 can be passed down as an heirloom to future generations after lesser DE razors will have bit the dust, are value judgements that each individual must make for himself.Personally, I find the Feather AS-D2 to be worth its price.The first (from left) two photos below show the gaps and exposures of the Feather AS-D2 razor when it is fitted with the stock solid-bar baseplate vs. when fitted with the alternative open comb baseplate discussed in the review above. The fourth photo (when I posted this review it was the third photo) shows the underside of the top cap, with four square posts at the extreme corners of the cap. The third (originally, the fourth) photo shows a (KAI) razor blade lightly resting atop the inverted top cap. showing how the cap’s posts will protrude through the cut-outs at the four corners of the blade after the baseplate has been laid (convex side down) atop the blade, with the handle then screwed onto the threaded post of the top cap to tighten the pieces together. The last (rightmost) photo shows the convex top of the Feather baseplate, with sockets at each corner that accept the protruding posts of the top cap, constraining blade rotation between the baseplate and top cap, and assuring perfect alignment of the blade in the razor every time. From the first and last photos, one may discern that the underside (baseplate side) of the blade is tightly supported from the center out all the way to the edge of the three wide oblong slots on each side of the baseplate that allow an exit path for lather scrubbed from the beard.
Price paid: 162.39 USD.I enjoy fine Swiss watches, best quality hand tools, vintage firearms,and good quality cookware.I don't enjoy buying things twice, so I purchased this highly touted razor.After receiving and using this razor, I see that this razor will certainly outlast megiven the meticulous build-quality and the obvious pride that Japanese craftsmentook when producing my Feather razor.The razor head holds the blade with zero variation, the blade doesn't protrudeout the sides like my less expensive Edwin Jagger. The threads and the diamondknurling on the handle are first class. The razor as a whole has the tightest tolerancesI've seen on any competing product. The stainless steel used is jeweler's quality (316),and is also employed on fine watch cases and surgical instruments around the world.If I can spend hundreds of dollars on a Snap-On ratchet, and treat myself toa Swiss watch, or a fine vintage handgun – it stands to reason that Iwould buy a jewel-like razor such as this Feather. I pined for this razor for two years,mind you. Life is short (believe me) – treat yourself to a goody now and then.How about dad or your brother? They'd love this razor, and you for beingso thoughtful and generous.If money's tight I might suggest to you that you try the less costly Feather butterfly razor.Stock number: ASIN: B003YJ70NYIt clocks in at under 15.00 and it is comfortable and better made than its pricewould suggest. It's a great intro into the world of Feather razors and it out-performsrazors in the 50.00 price range including my Edwin Jagger DE89Lbl, which hastooling marks, and the chrome plating had begun to peel near the threads andhead. In all fairness, the company has a fine reputation for replacing faulty razors.I'm on my second one in three years. (was anyway)The Feathers (the cheaper one too) have supplanted all the other razors I own.I use the cheaper Feather for travel.If you're a Fusion or Hydra user, your Feather razor will pay for itself in under a year,blades included if you change out the blade every four shaves. Find a blade that you likeby ordering a sampler pack. Try to find a pack that includes Wilkinson Sword, Astra SuperiorPremium Platinum, and Gillette Silver Blue. The Feather razor comes with 5 Feather razor blades to try out.I prefer the Astra Superior Premium Platinum blades, 100-pack which last me a full year. ASIN: B00EXPTR0WFor under 12.00 I have blades for a full year! Try THAT with Fusions or Hydras.I use the following shaving accessories:Tweezerman Men's Shaving Brush, ASIN: B000G647Y8Proraso Refresh Shave Soap Jar, ASIN: B004N8SI5OPerfecto Deluxe Chrome Razor and Brush Stand, ASIN: B00KO46CTAGABELS Bay Rum After Shave Lotion, ASIN: B000IX1D50Happy shaving to you all.
I have very sensitive skin and searched for many years for a way to shave that wouldn't tear me to miserable pieces. The solution is this razor. Just plain amazing. I have seen a few complaints saying this razor is too mild. I believe such complaints come from using it at the wrong angle. For the first time in my life I can get baby smooth shaves with zero razor burn. I enjoy the feather blades, and have found that Kai blades are also amazing (these don't even make a sound in this razor). Hold the razor at a 30 degree angle and it doesn't do much. Hold it at a 45 degree angle and it feels and sounds like it's doing nothing, but it shaves incredibly smoothly and very very efficiently.The big question in my mind was - is this thing worth the price? Now that I have used it, my answer to myself is a resounding YES.
After spending a few years going through a variety of Merkur, Parker, various made TTO and plated zinc 3-piece razors, I broke down and bought a Rockwell 6S. By far the best up to that point, I got frustrated with the need to do final fine blade positioning by hand and eye after every cleaning before the blade exposure would be even across both sides. To their credit, Rockwell replaced it *twice* without question, but all three had the same issue to one degree or another.Completely different story with the Feather stainless razor, regardless of blades used. Although it appears to be made MiM, the tolerances are perfect, and while on the mild end of the spectrum, still shaves as closely and generally more comfortably than any of my other razors. For a little less money, you get adjustability with the Rockwell and similar results, but the convenience of having a razor that you can change a blade with or clean and just forget is worth the slightly higher price to me.
Merkur’s progress combines old school and new school technology. It is one of the few adjustable razors that look like a traditional razor. One thing that separates this from the other two options above is the adjustable function. With
you can adjust the exposure of the sheet depending on how mild your aggressive sound is.
Let’s say your neck area is the most sensitive. Use the more aggressive setting on your cheek and lip area and lower the setting when you shave your neck.
This is the beauty of being adaptable – you do not need two separate razors to do the job.
Steep learning curve
But there is a learning curve when using an adjustable system, especially in terms of mounting and grip.
After learning the basics, this may be the only razor you need. All you have to do is find the right knife that suits you.
Questions & Answers
Took the bottom base off, but I can't get it back on, it's not going all the way all. Any hint
There should be a metal ring that you would need to squeeze to side the knob piece back in. Here is a link to a video that shows how to get the razor back together. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLATlQx4LCU
what is the razor made of?
Made of pot metal, die cast zinc, or also called Zamak. It was named when people gathered scraps of all types and melted them all in one pot to cast parts from. Really there is not a standard that needs followed so pot metals can differ, but usually include zinc, led, tin, copper, aluminum, magnesium and a couple others. If you keep your razors made from this metal clean and dry they can live a very long life. I have old pot metal razors from the 50's that are still in good shape and will last for many more years to come.
I don't want an ultra-close shave. I want short stubble. Can I use this safety razor for a stubble look or will it be uneven?
No. Even the lowest setting and the highest setting will remove all hair
proper indexing of the adjustment numbers from blade to blade or after cleaning
you must ensure that the tiny mark, the smallest mark, is aligned with the triangle on the main body on the detachable part of the blade cover. I got it wrong the first time, but when I brought them in line, the controller worked perfectly.
I really like this razor. I've been using my merkur 34c for about 2 years and wanted to upgrade to something a bit more aggressive. Some of the reviews were a bit intimidating but if you have some experience with a safety razor you should be fine. I started out on setting 3 and it seems very close to the 34c shave but slightly more aggressive. Took it up to 4 and it almost feels like a barber shave going with the grain which to get this close before meant going against the grain and dealing with the irritation that created. Everyone says to let the weight if the razor do the work but I tend to put some pressure and haven't been reprimanded by the razor for doing so. I really like that I can feel the razor and can adjust the pressure or angle on the fly.
This is a very nice razor. It is well machined and a top notch design. I have always used a DE razor and mostly used an adjustable. With a non adjustable you either like it or you don't. It is what it is. With an adjustable you can change the aggressiveness of the cut. IMO, this option is needed on different parts of your face. Cheeks, upper lip, chin and neck. Of course, this is only if you like a nice close shave. I've been shaving for about 50 years so I do have some experience. I have used a couple of those disposable jobs now and then, but as far as I'm concerned those razors are nothing but a gimmick to make more money. DE blades are cheap. You can buy a box of 100 for $10 to $20 or so dollars. At that price point I can use a new blade every day, but I don't. I'll use a blade for 2 or 3 days. So lets say you use a blade for 3 days, a box of 100 would last close to a year. Take a popular razor like the Gillette Fusion. 12 blades on amazon cost $33 dollars. If you ask me, that's a pretty penny for a shave.
Great shaver! It took a few shaves to get used to the weight and the long handle, also the angle in which you hold the razor is slightly different. I also had to figure out which settings were best for me. I think many of the negative comments come from people who don't install the top plate properly when they put the knife in it; or just don't give it enough time to figure out the razor and the settings. Like I said before, it took a few shaves (and the accompanying nicks) to type in what worked for me, but I'm currently getting the best and closest shave ever. Mantic59 has posted a number of videos on YouTube about the progress I recommend viewing. He recommends starting a low setting and calling in for subsequent passes; I have to do the exact opposite. I start at 21/2 or 3 for my reduction pass and then call 2 and then 11/2 for my last pass. Nick free and bbs every time. The razor is well constructed and the adjustments are accurate and repeatable every time. I have been DE-scheer for about four years, shave every other day for work and own three other razors; this has become my go to razor, I would definitely recommend it to a friend.
I finally have the stubble on my Adam's apple. I used a Gillette Silver Blue blade with this number 5 razor. I still want to try a spring blade, which they say is sharper, but the Gillette Silver Blue blade that was made in Russia worked without any notes. Pay attention to something interesting about the Gillette Silver Blue blades ... they have four of the corners numbered from 1 to 4 ... this way if you want to keep the same orientation or if you want to rotate the knife position between cleanings, you can to do that. UPDATE 4/14 / 2014There is TRIANGULAR marking on the lower part with the handle. There is a DASH or MINUS marking on the upper part with the two posts where the blade goes. The upper and lower parts can be assembled in two ways.1. Aligned with the triangle and the line mark.OR2. With the markings on opposite sides. This determines how the male thread bolt fits into the female thread handle. Bottom Line: with the two markers together on the same side, the adjustment index will indicate from least aggressive to max aggressive as 1.2, 3.4.5 With the two marks NOT on the same side, the adjustment index will indicate from least aggressive to max aggressive as 3,4,5,1,2. It is not a problem. With the screw and the white cap turned all the way to the right (head lowered down or tight), you have the least aggressive cut. With the screw turned several turns counter-clockwise from the bottom or tight position (head is raised) and you have the most aggressive cut. If you are reading it are 1,2,3,4,5, and then have the two markings aligned triangle and dash. Three will be the MIDDLE setting. If the markers are NOT aligned, the razor will still cut and, completely clockwise, still the least aggressive. It is only that the INDEX numbers will be displayed as 3,4,5,1,2 five will be the MEDIUM setting. Second bottom line: Certainly EXCLUDE the two markings UP and be ready. I have the progress, the tilt, the open comb and if I only had one razor, it would be the adjustable progress. I use a three setting for the first pair of passes and the five for the last pass.
5-Braun Series 9-9095cc Wet and Dry Foil Shaver for Men
When it comes to finding the best electric razors for sensitive skin, the Braun Series 9 (especially the 9095cc) is undeniably the best option for you.
This is why:
not only will this foil head offer a much closer shave that looks like a cartridge or safety razor, but it can also perform in a wet environment as well.
This will help keep your hair follicles soft during your shave when a thick and rich foam of shaving cream is applied.
But it gets better
While shaving in a wet environment is crucial for any electric shaver to do wonders to a man with sensitive skin, the Braun Series 9 in which he is housed is also a self-cleaning system.
Therefore, if you suffer from irritation after shaving, the cleaning system for this shaver will ensure that it is free from residues from the previous days.
Finally, given the portable nature of electric shavers, a single charge of this device should cost you 50 minutes – enough to probably go on a whole vacation!
Questions & Answers
Can I buy this product for 220V ?
It already works with 220v, you just may need an adapter plug for the outlet.
The Braun shaver for body, do you have the head replacement?
Why my shaver series 9 is showing a locked sign?
There may be two reasons. 1. It's a travel lock. Press and hold power button for 5 seconds to unlock. 2. There is a fault in the motherboard. Get it replaced under warranty
Are there any benefits to getting the more expensive 9095 wet/dry version versus the 9090 version if I'm not planning on shaving in the shower?
There is a difference. The 9090 is not a wet/dry shaver where the 9095 is.
RB Tucson, AZ
My previous model was the Braun 7-790. I was reluctant on buying another Braun, since they seem to last only a couple of years and then start leaking oil out of the motor area. But I couldn't seem to find a self cleaning shaver, that was made to work well. I was glad I spent the extra and got the one that could work under wet conditions. The unit is a little bigger on the foil area, compared to the old one. But I'm really surprised that it's actually giving me a closer shave. And the unit shaves much quieter, than the older models. You have to get used to holding the shaver a little different, since for some reason they put the swivel shaver head lock button, right where I put my thumb to hold the shaver, while shaving. So I keep on accidentally locking the swivel head in place, while shaving. The cleaner cartridges, replace in the back of the device now, so don't make a mistake like I did and try to cram it in through the front. But overall, I really like it and the fact that Amazon had it for $150 less than most other retailers.
Have been using Braun shavers for over 40 years and wanted to try the new series 9, shaver is ok I like the idea you can use shaving foam which is nice when the humidity is high.The reason for the 3 stars is because of the cleaning station, I do think Braun could have done a better job with it, they could have put decals on it so you know what each hidden symbol is instead of just a plain black top, also this thing doesn't dry the shaver very good it has a fan of some sort but I think it's just for sound because it takes forever for the shaver to dry.After using this shaver for over a month I'm so disapointed the cleaner disappears way to fast and if you use the Braun cleaner as I do it's going to cost you more than I think it should for a year.I've also got a problem with the cutting head that has devoloped a noise and not cutting that good will try and contact Braun to see if they will replace the cutting head,
I think it's an improvement over the 7 Series. The shave is closer, not by much but I think it is. It is quieter shaving and recharging/cleaning cycle. If I were to give it a 'con", I say a little more difficult to hold on to than the series 7 with all that chrome. But over all I'm happy with the 9-9095 so if you have an extra $260. laying around, buy it, if not I wouldn't replace your series 7 expecting a big improvement.
Shaves well but unable to purchase replacement head. I don't know how long the foil will last but it will be a brick once that happens if you cannot get new foil head.
6-Schick Hydro 5 Razor For Men With Flip Trimmer
Moisture is an important ally in the fight against sensitive and irritated skin. Moisture, simply put, is your friend.
Skin that is properly hydrated and lubricated is not only a skin that lends itself to a better shave but a skin that has less friction when razor blades go over it.
The Schick Hydro 5 Razor – the best cartridge shaver for sensitive skin – is all about moisture and lubrication. On the other hand, every shaver that contains a Hydrating Gel Reservoir, as only the Schick Hydro 5 does, guarantees a well-lubricated shaving result.
Schick showed that his exclusive Hydrating Gel Reservoir delivers 40% less friction than a standard club strip, but also increases the surface of the lubricant by 80%. The SHC receives the invoice that it can hydrate your skin for up to an hour after your shave. And it contains aloe and vitamin E, which nourish and supplement the skin.
The Hydro 5 also comes out above other razors for other reasons.
To begin with, it comes with skin protectors – placed at the top of the Ultra Glide blades – that regulate skin flow and reduce friction during shaving. In addition, it comes with a protective bar that helps stretch the skin for a smoother shave.
Note: The current Hydro 5 control bar has been redesigned and is larger than with previous models.
The Schick Hydro 5 comes with two replacement blades and refills are available at most stores selling shaving supplies. Schick recommends using the Hydro 5 with Schick Hydro Sensitive Shave Gel and Schick Hydro Moisturizing Shave Gel for best results.
Questions & Answers
- How long does a replacement razor cartridge last?
Depends on a lot of factors. If you shave frequently it will last longer than it will if you are shaving longer and stouter 2 day growth. The key to maintaining ANY razor is to dry it off after use. The best is to blow dry it, but a single shaking and towel drying helps too.
There is another model of this that is battery powered, why I don't know .. but can anyone tell me what the big difference is between the two?
My husband, the user of both styles of razor, said there is no difference between the shaves of the two. That more often than not, he doesn't even turn the battery-powered one on.
can you put a schink hydo 5 sensitive blade in a regular schink hydro r razor?
Yes. The blades are interchangeable.
What’s the difference between this one and hydro 5 sensitive
The Hydro 5 sensitive seems to glide better on my face because of it's gel pools.
I've used Gillette brand blades for well over 30 years. A number of years ago I participated in a 3-month Gillette consumer test of a new razor and blade system and have a pretty good idea of what to look for in a razor system and how to rank them. I've always considered them the best on the market, especially after every once in a while trying another brand and then coming back to Gillette.However, the pricing on Gillette's blades has become completely unreasonable. Moreover the durability of the newer Fusion blades leaves a lot to be desired which may be an indication of quality control problems. I can rarely get more than 5 shaves out of a Fusion blade before it goes dull, resulting in a poor and uncomfortable shave.The last Gillette price increase was the trigger for me to again investigate an alternative brand. I tried a couple off brands and wasn't satisfied. Then I came across the Schick Hydro 5. I'm in love with it. This shaving system provides a superior shaving experience at a very reasonable cost. The blades are significantly less expensive than Gillette and they last twice as long. I can usually get 10 shaves out of a single blade before there is a decline in performance. The Schick Hydro handle has a different weight and balance than the Fusion and this took a few days to get used to but now I find it as good, if not better, than the Gillette. The razor head seems to glide more evenly on my skin, even when shaving against the grain. And it has a clever little flip guard at the top that allows you to expose the top blades for trimming beneath your nose and other tight spots.If you'd asked me 6 months ago if I'd be using a razor not made by Gillette my answer would have been "no." Schick Hydro has changed my mind and I couldn't be happier. I'm getting a better shave at a cost much less than Gillette.
Michael J. Jones
This "system" sure does lubricate your face. The shaving itself feels smooth, but you don't realize the shave isn't as close as you thought until all the shaving gel is washed off. Oh, it's feels great, but there was still a tiny bit of stubble left on my neck and chin after many strokes --and I don't have a heavy beard. The bank of blades is also so large that I'd have to continue buying cheap one- or two-blade razors occasionally to shave closely around my goatee and tidy up around my mustache. I also cut myself for the first time in a very long time with the 5. Schick needs to include a blade cover or cap of some kind for travel. I'm going to exchange these for the Hydro 3 blades.
I was tired of the woman's razors getting dull quickly and being too sharp in the beginning. I have very sensitive skin and tend to get razor burn easily but this razor is great. I also shave out of the shower sometimes with coconut oil and so far so good!
I shave my head and face twice a week. Up to now Gillette was my go to blade to get the job done....until I tried the Schick. With twice a week shaving theres no reason why I shouldn't get a month out of a blade but, with Gillette it was getting difficult. The new Schick with the 5 blades is right where I need to be. The kit comes with a razor and 5 blades so for $20 thats a good deal.Well, it's been 6mos and as expected each blade gets me 4wks of twice a week shaves. I am getting ready to order the 12 pack for $21 which according to my track record should last a year. I strongly recommend these blades, youll never go back to whatever your using.
7-Bic Twin Select Sensitive Skin Disposable Razor
There are many razors that claim to be Best Men’s Razor For Sensitive Skin, Many of them cost a lot of money.
The BIC Twin Select Sensitive Skin Disposable Razor not only claims it inhibits sensitive skin irritation, but it is also true. And it’s cheap not with regard to design and durability, note, but with regard to low costs. You can get the 10-digit package Twin Select razor blades for less than $ 10.
As the name suggests, the BIC Twin Select is disposable, that is, when the knife becomes blunt, you throw the razor handle and everything away and get a new one out of your package of 10.
Interestingly, the Twin Select does not come with a moisturizing club strip like many other razors that claim to be ideal for sensitive skin but still get the job done. It has a slimmer shaving head than other razors, making it easier to shave tight and hard to reach areas and shaves to reduce notches and indentations.
The Twin Select also has a tapered handle that provides additional shaving control and at the same time comfortably fits your hand. The overall operation of the Twin Select makes it an ideal shaver for starting shavers with an increased sense of paranoia over notches and notches. In addition, it weighs less than many other disposable products.
This shaver comes with two-quality knives to help you get a better shave. Users have praised the durability of the knives, which makes a cheap investment even more budget-friendly. As we said earlier, just throw it in the trash can when your current shaver gets tired and tired and you grab a new one in your package.
Questions & Answers
Where are these razors manufactured?
John these are manufactured in Bic's Greece plant.
10 count of packages(. Pack of 3) Is it 30 razors in total: 10*3
They only sent me 10, although they mention 10-count pack of three.
can you take the razors on a plane when traveling
As far as I know....the only metal are the blades.
Does this purchase include 30 razors?
When I bought this, I each received three packages of ten razors, so yes, 30 shavers in total.
OK, you have to buy these razors and remove the crazy ones from China that have the moisturizing strips that always deform and lead to cuts. These are made in a free country ... Greece ... Lord knows they need all the help they can get. These are the best razors for the most affordable price I have found. Dear line, if you cannot buy something that you have made in the US, then at least buy it from a country that can radiate its leaders !!!!!
These ensure that I continue for another year or two for the price of a few of the beautiful ... How many knives will you cut now? 5 ... 6?
Not quite as good as the Bic Comfort 3, for me anyway, but when I couldn't find the Comfort 3 for a while, they were pretty nice. For the price range and compared to comparable priced ones that I have tried, they are an extraordinary value for the comfort and shave they offer me. I lowered this to four stars because some shavers shave closer than others, a matter of quality control that most cheap razors have.
This is the best deal I've seen on shavers for a while. First save your money on those expensive blades and buy them. It is usually the shaving cream that one uses that gives the smooth shave, I only use shaving gel, not cream and with the gel I get a very smooth shave with most razors. I bought these because they were Bic and low cost and the shaving result I get when using shaving gel and these Bic razors are as close as possible to a 3 to 4 blade system, but less than 70% of the price. I have tried every razor there and as I said, I learned the shaving cream or gel that determines how close a shave really is. another good alternative is shaving soap with the brush; that you can shave well with these or most disposable blades. The 3-4 blade systems are around 2 dollars per knife and give no better shaving result than these cheap Bics. Use gel-shave lotion or soap and you will get a great low-cost shave. 5 stars all the way.
8-Schick Hydro Silk Sensitive Care Razor
Leg shaving is not one of the favorite tasks of a woman’s care routine. There are many curves and contours to deal with, plus a larger area to shave than a man’s face. That is why finding a razor that fulfills the task is crucial for women, especially women with sensitive skin.
Fortunately, shavers such as Schick s Hydro Silk are available to make work easier.
The Hydro Silk is in our opinion the razor of the best woman for sensitive skin for various reasons. Let’s see:
- This shaver comes with a water-activated Hydra Boost serum formulated with shea butter (an excellent ingredient found in many skin care products). The serum is hypoallergenic and helps to hydrate the skin and continues to hydrate two hours after shaving.
- The Hydro Silk has five curve-detecting blades that follow the natural contours of your body and provide an incredibly smooth shave. The shaving pattern now has a smaller, oval shape that is ideal for access to hard-to-reach areas.
- Each knife comes with skin protectors that smooth the skin during shaving and provide further protection against irritation.
- The Hydro Silk handle is ergonomically designed and has a comfortable rubber grip for easy handling.
Questions & Answers
Is this razor good for coarse female hair?
Will these hydro refill fit on the Schick quattro? Thank you.
I just tried mine (the quattro with the trimmer) and the TYPE of coincidences. it can't really do the smooth spin it does on the hydro-silk razor. it takes a lot of pressure to place the hydro silk head completely on the quattro trimmer body. but it clicks into the body and holds it.
do the other part run by batteries if so what kind and how many
Yes, it does 1 triple a
Is the razor side removable so that it can be replaced with Schick refills?
I kick myself for not getting this year ago. Not to be graphic ... but I know when I read reviews before I decided to buy it, what I really wanted to know is whether it works on thick, coarse hair, whether it's easier and trims with scissors and whether it feels safer. The answer is YES YES and YES! I don't worry about cutting myself and I can trim very quickly. What I would normally do with 15 minutes cost me less than 5. I am not a 'fully exposed' person, but I want to keep it neat and short. If you want to be completely naked this is not for you, but if you want to trim it is perfect. Even comes with the battery. Highly recommended.
So I'm practical. And a 2-in-1 shaver / trimmer sounded practical to me, although I had no idea how to use a trimmer ... so I signed up for the Schick Hydro Silk TrimStyle Razor campaign through BzzAgent. Allow me to fill you in with my first impressions, use of the razor and use of the trimmer. I'm BzzAgent Angneld. First impressions: the packaging was nice and I didn't have to open a chainsaw to open it. The razor is a bit crumbler than a typical razor, but it has a sturdy feel to it. I was glad that there was a battery to make the trimmer work. To get the battery inside, I recommend placing the flat part of the battery first and then rotating the shaver together. Hidden under the cardboard back plate were useful photos and instructions on the razor. Use of the razor: The razor part shaves nice and close, making my legs feel smooth and hydrated. It did miss a few random spots of hair, even though I went through most areas twice. Every time I rinsed the blades in the water, a large drop of drool came from the razor. I wondered how long the moisturizer could last if it came out so easily. Overall, the razor was good, but the drooling wasn't super impressive for all the hype on its HydroSilky properties. I have attached a photo of what the shaver looked like after its first use. Use of the trimmer: Ok, I will confess - I had no idea how to use a trimmer, so I have Tubed it. The how-to videos were all shown when trimming beards for men. From them I learned to hold the shaver (with the blades parallel to the skin). I also learned that shaving (or against the hair) will remove more hair than shaving (or with the hair). There is a bit of an art to shorten if you are not going to hack everything, so be careful. The trimmer has four settings. Three of the settings are found by adjusting the case while the fourth is found by removing the case. I had never dreamed of ever using a trimmer, but it is exactly what I needed. Using the guard is nice, because then I didn't have to worry about pinching my skin like a pair of scissors would (and did). Taking out the guard is nice for a super close cut that is softer for the skin than a razor, if you are careful. The only downside to the trimmer is that the hair gets stuck in it and I am not the best at cleaning it up. I tried rinsing it out (probably a bad idea), then I used a Q-tip. But the hair was still stuck as you can see in my photo. Generally this is a great product because it relieves me on the power of a trimmer. The fact that there is a razor on the other side is just a bonus for me. I will probably never live without a trimmer again ...
This shaver does a great job. It works well, super easy to use, I use it in the shower and it gets a nice, close finish. Awesome. My only complaint is that after a year or so I always ALWAYS have to replace it. Every time it stops working and I think the battery needs to be replaced, I don't replace the battery. And with that said, this razor is so affordable and works so well (before it dies) I keep replacing it. I usually need regular replacement after a year to a year.
I love this little trimmer. It is exactly what I needed. I have tried other methods that eventually cut my female parts. With this product I was able to do a very detailed job without injury. It is also the perfect size for navigating through the female anatomy. Which enabled me to achieve my desired style in a few minutes! I was pretty bushy. So if it worked for me. It can work for you.
Are electric shavers good for sensitive skin?
From the start, when you hear other men talking about their electric razors, it is always a push of a button – they love them or disgust them.
there is absolutely no in between.
But here are the secret guys:
If you have extremely sensitive skin, you may consider an electric shaver as a catch.
In general, we found from our experience that foil-based electric shavers tend to perform much better for men with sensitive skin than their rotating counterpart.
One of the most important reasons is the cutting movement of each device.
Rotating shaving heads cut in around way (think of a weed picker) while the foil heads cut in a back-and-forth motion (such as an oscillating fan ).
Even though people tend to be cleaner on hair follicles than a rotating shaving head, there are a few things to remember before you buy one of these shavers:
- Make hereby You better shave your abrasions and neck, they often have trouble with the contours of your face (such as the nose, chin).
Quality foil shavers often have a much higher price than a rotating electric shaver
- Replacement heads also cost a bit more (but are replaced less often than rotating heads: 18 months versus 12 months)
- Price points and In addition to cutting movements, the most important aspect to be aware of when selecting an electric shaver is the ability to perform a wet shave.
What does this mean?
Simply that you can use the electric shaver with your favorite shaving foam.
This not only provides a better shave, but the addition of cream can reduce the irritation that men with sensitive skin often encounter when shaving.
Get a shaving cream with an unscented profile. When it comes to ingredients, less is needed for men with sensitive skin.
The Inside Story: How We Know The Best Men’s Razor For Sensitive Skin
OK, (inside story) suggests a juicy story full of never-revealed secrets, while the selection process we use has won for all of our reviews. Many heads. Instead they are less sexy, but always effective, strategies such as personal experience, research, reviews by other experts and what customers say about each product.
Even though we do not have the time to judge every available shaver (do not do much), we believe we’ve come up with a method that covers a wide range of products and styles, from the products that have been produced by manufacturers to lesser-known brands.
We are also convinced that we have developed a list of Best Men’s Razor For Sensitive Skin that can help you if you have sensitive skin.