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Thursday, 13 July 2017

I Wanted To See If Men's Razors Really Were Better Than Women's Razors

I Wanted To See If Men's Razors Really Were Better Than Women's Razors


For a long time now, there has been debate over men's vs. women's razors. There are a lot of people who claim that men's razors get the job done significantly better than a razor designed for women. Not to mention they cost less than women's razors. 
As someone who had never used a men's razor to shave, I decided to put both to test to end this argument once and for all.

There are a lot of women out there who claim that men's razors work better than the ones specifically designed for women.


It has been said that a men's razor has sharper blades, lasts longer, and gives you a much closer shave. 


Personally, I'd never actually tried using a men's razor to shave, so I decided to put both products to the test.


I went out and bought two packs of razors. 
Both were disposables with three blades. Both cost me $8.99, on sale from $14.99.


It was great that the razors were the same price this time, but that wasn't the case for every brand.


I couldn't help but notice that on the women's side, there was a three-pack of five-blade disposable razors selling for $20.99. 
On the men's side, however, the prices for five-blade razors didn't go over $14.49. Interesting...


Taking a look at the razors themselves, I saw some obvious differences. 


The women's razor was sparkly blue with a relatively large handle and rubber grips. 
The head of it was large and had "moisture ribbons" to make things easier when shaving. Apparently, there was a touch of aloe in there, so that's neat.


The men's razor had a much sleeker handle with fewer grips.


The head of it was much smaller, and there was barely a ribbon. According to the packaging, these razors were supposed to "release more lubricants." We'll see.


I decided to shave my right leg with the women's razor, and my left leg with the men's.


If I'm being honest, the results surprised me.


When it came down to how close the shave was, there was literally zero difference.


I ran around demanding that people "feel my legs," and even they couldn't tell if one was smoother than the other.


As for the actual shaving experience, I definitely preferred using the women's razor.


The grip made it much easier to move around in the shower, and while neither of them nicked my skin (which is surprising, considering my track record), I was nervous using the men's razor because the grips weren't nearly as comfortable.


Also, the lack of moisture ribbons in the men's razor was pretty unpleasant. I didn't realize how much of a difference they really made until now.


It's pretty clear that men's razors are designed to shave a face, while a women's razor is perfect for handling those wet, slippery shower legs.


Because of this, I'll continue to use the women's razors unless there are some really good sales going on with the men's.


I'm all about that moisture ribbon and quality grip. Plus, I like the sparkles, okay?

Which razors do you swear by? COMMENT and let us know!


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