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This weighty brass safety razor offers a smooth, irritation-free shave for every part of the body. It’s made in Canada, lasts for a long (long) time, and works with standard safety razor blades. Comes with one stainless steel blade that reduces irritation and ingrown hairs. Not only is this safety razor kinder on the earth—it’s kinder on your skin. The weighted brass handle allows you to shave without pressure and a single blade offers the closest shave while reducing irritation, ingrown hairs, and razor burn.
This brass safety razor isn’t complicated, you just have to get to know it. There are lots of step-by-step videos to get you started, but time is your best friend when it comes to learning how to shave your body. Close the door, run the water, be gentle. See instructions here.
This razor is made from brass and aluminum which means it's long-lasting and durable. You can recycle every piece of the packaging (pop the insert in your compost bin) and your used blades can be recycled with Well Kept's blade bank program. Its box is made from card-stock formed from 100% recycled materials and printed and cut in Vancouver, Canada.
"We’re Natalie and Emilie, co-founders of Well Kept. Our story starts like many others – a desire for a product that we just couldn’t find – but has evolved to mean so much more. In our search for a more sustainable and enjoyable shaving experience, we discovered many other facets of wellbeing that weren’t just bad for your skin, but harmful for the earth, too. That’s why we made our sustainable brass safety razor and carefully curated a selection of goods that we believe make your self-care routine more intentional for both your body and mind. Every day we’re learning more about sustainability, equality, and inclusion, and both with the connections we hold in our well kept community, and the actions we take as a brand, we hope to leave only a positive impact on the world. While some days can feel more challenging than others, we are forever learning, growing, and no day is ever the same, which we love." - Natalie and Emilie