Bamboo Safety Razor
Bamboo Safety Razor
Description - Safety Razor
This bamboo razor was one of our first ever swaps! It's still going strong to this day which has helped us save loads of money from not having to buy plastic disposables - winner.
Save money and get everything you need when bought as part of our eco-friendly shaving pack!
- Zero waste - biodegradable packaging and recyclable blades
- Unisex product - great for men and women alike
- Zero plastic to landfill unlike disposable razors
- Earn 36 Pear Points with this product through our reward scheme 🍐
What is a Safety Razor?
The bamboo safety razor is a great alternative to single-use plastic razors.
Each of these safety razors have their own unique stem of bamboo, making every handle slightly different in colour and pattern.
What makes plastic free safety razors different to disposable razors? Well once you have the handle, you're set.
You simply replace the fully recyclable razor blades when they're blunt and keep going - unlike the disposable plastic razors, when the blades are blunt, you have to throw away the whole thing. Unrecyclable and not very eco-friendly at all!
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What makes a Safety Razor eco-friendly?
As we mentioned, the blades in disposable razors are encased in plastic and so can't be recycled.
This means more plastic to landfill. Why not be seal-like smooth and use the best alternative to cartridge razors, for men and women!
The zero waste razors use one single blade made from stainless steel so the blades are easily recyclable. Double edge safety razor blades are economical and can be bought here.
Why we love our Safety Razor...
Guys and gals, shaving can be a pain but sometimes we've got to get it done. These razors provide a closer shave than the regular disposables and work out much cheaper in the long run!
Once you have the safety razor, all you need is to replace the blades (which are really cheap by the way!).
Make sure you wash it out thoroughly after use. How often the blades need to be replaced depends on shave frequency and hair type, this can vary from a few weeks to months.