Razor care for a perfect shave
Dirty or old, worn out razors present an increased risk for nicks, cuts and irritation.
If your razor is still in good condition, you shouldn’t have to force your strokes or apply a lot of pressure – light, smooth strokes should be sufficient, and the razor should be doing most of the work. If this doesn’t seem to be the case for your razor, it may be time for you to replace your blade with a new one.
Which blade do I need?
View our guide to choosing the perfect Gillette blade and Bolin Webb razor here?