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Factors To Determine The Quality of Double Edge Razor Blades

After choosing a safety razor, the next step is to pair it with your choice of double edge razor blades. Yes, there are many choices ! Although they all promise a smooth shave, there are subtle but important differences between each brand's performance. So once you find the brand that best suits your needs, we recommend sticking with it for consistency. It takes a bit of experimentation to find the right double edge razor blade for your specific combination of razor, stubble and skin. We'll walk you through what to consider when choosing a razor blade to help you make an easier decision.



Although all blades follow a standard design to fit a double-edge safety razor, the blades differ in their sharpness. Simply put, some blades are sharper than others. A sharper blade means it's easier to cut stubble, but when paired with a sharp razor, it can cause irritation for people with sensitive skin. For starters, we recommend starting with a slightly less sharp mark as you refine your technique.

Skin type

If you are prone to common skin sensitivities such as rashes or irritation, a sharper razor blade might be too aggressive for you. A duller blade is generally recommended, however, a sharper blade can mean fewer passes for the same smooth result - less irritation. This case-by-case uncertainty is what encourages experimentation.




Cost per shave

In other words, perseverance. If you shave every day, razor blades usually last about a week or 5-7 shaves. As a general rule, we recommend changing your blades after 3-5 shaves to ensure the best experience. Razor blades dull over time and dull blades pull hair instead of cutting it smoothly. Continued pulling can cause irritation, redness, and even rashes.


Run your hand over the area of ​​the face that will be shaved. Is the hair soft or thick? It is important to take this into account, as the roughness of the hair can give a good idea of ​​the sharpness of the blade. For example, if you shave your hair soft, you probably don't need very sharp razor blades. On the other hand, if the hairs are thick and stiff, you should use sharper razor blades to achieve a smooth shave without applying excessive pressure.