Wild & Stone’s reusable safety razor has been created for women or men looking for a smooth and comfortable shaving experience and looking to be kind to our planet. Our metal safety razors are cleverly designed to be used over the face and the body, with a grooved edge made for a precision wet shave that’s not only clean but gentle on the skin. The long handle and textured grip allow for a safe shave in those hard to reach areas.
Before first use, unscrew the razor handle from the head and insert the blade, ensuring not to touch the sharp ends, then securely reattach the head. Ensure the head is in the correct position with ridges facing upwards.
Moisten the razor and the skin, applying pressure shaving gel or oil. Hold the razor at a 45-degree angle to the skin and gently glide the razor over your skin, shaving only in straight lines. Avoid adding pressure to the razor.
This razor is unisex and can be used on all areas of the body, including the face, underarms and bikini areas.
Keep the razor and blade out of reach of children and babies. Recycle used blades responsibly. Store in a dry area or the provided cotton bag. Always act with care.
Figures vary, but billions of disposable plastic razors and cartridges are thrown away each year. Due to their mixed materials, they are not recyclable, so they sit in a landfill, pollute our earth, or disrupt our waterways, taking around 1,000 years to decompose. The answer to this waste is the traditional safety razor, the best alternative to plastic razors for men and women alike.
Unlike their plastic counterparts, these stainless steel safety razor blades are incredibly easy to recycle. Just remove the blade, wipe off the residue, and place it into the metal recycling alongside your food cans.
We make the body of this razor from brass. We have chosen to create this safety razor from this material because recycling brass uses less energy than stainless steel or aluminium, thus making it a more environmentally friendly option.
Safety razors are much more affordable long-term when compared to a single-use razor as you only have to replace the blade, which costs pennies.
Before you use your safety razor, be sure to check out our guide to shaving with a reusable razor. Read it here.