Investing in a good razor is the only way to achieve the cleanest, smoothest shave. …read moreSee less
We have razors with moisturising strips that will soothe and hydrate your skin with each glide, to razors with extra flexibility to reach all of those tricky areas. We have razors from top brands like Gillette, Veet, and Wilkinson Sword that will work with you to achieve your silkiest skin yet.
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What is the best razor for women?
Investing in a good razor is essential if you want a clean, smooth shave.
If your skin is prone to dryness, look for a razor with moisturizing strips as they often contain ingredients like aloe vera to soothe and hydrate your skin with each motion.
That’s why we offer a wide selection of razors from some of the top brands such as Gillette and Veet.
What is the difference between male and female razors?
If you’re male and you use a razor designed for females, it will remove hair, but it wouldn’t do a very good job.
This is because male razors are designed to shave the areas around the face, whereas female razors are designed to shave different body areas like the underarms and legs.
Does hair grow thicker after shaving?
Shaving won’t affect the thickness, colour or growth of the hair.
It may have the appearance of being coarser, but this is simply the blunt tip of the hair follicle which will feel smoother when it grows.
Is shaving better than waxing?
One isn’t better than the other and it will simply depend on personal preference and with any hair removal treatment, there’s always some risk involved.
If you’re thinking about using wax to remove unwanted hair, it might not be a good idea if your skin is sensitive or you’ve had an allergic reaction to waxing in the past.
Shaving is usually a better option if you’ve got sensitive skin as long as you prepare well and are gentle - razors are sharp, after all!