Schick Halo5 Women’s Razor
Best Razor for Women for Smooth Skin.
Halo5 make shaving effortless, and leaves skin silky smooth.
- Superior, comfort-coated blades that effortlessly glide over your skin.
- Rounded, pivoting head easily reaches hard-to-shave areas.
- Unique, water-activated lubricating strip containing botanical oils to moisturize and nourish your skin.
- Ideal for sensitive skin.
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What is the best razor to get smooth skin?
The best razor to achieve silky smooth skin will depend on your hair type, how often you shave and what part of the body your are shaving. Shaving Club razors are all made of the highest-quality stainless steel to delivers luxuriously smooth skin.
Are men’s and women’s razors really different?
Technically, anyone could shave any part of their body with any razor. However, aside from the obvious colour differences, if you look closely you’ll notice men’s and women’s razor blades are different.
While, men’s and women’s razors will usually be made with the same kind of blades, the blades are set in the razor cartridges at slightly different angles. Men’s razor blades are set at a bigger angle, so they can more easily cut through thicker and more dense facial hair. In contrast, women’s razors only need to cut softer body hair. Also, the technique a man uses to shave his face may not work so well on a woman’s legs and underarm area. So, a woman may find she is more prone to getting nicks and cuts if using men’s razors.
Then there is also the shape of the cartridge. A woman’s razor cartridge is more rounded. The rounded shape makes it easier to shave contoured parts of the body like the bikini line, the back of knee and the armpit area.
How often should you replace your razor?
As women razors are used to shave larger areas of the body, you may need to change your razor more regularly. To ensure your razor is sharp, change your razor cartridge, or throw away your disposable razor, every five to seven shaves depending on the thickness of your hair and how often you shave. This will help to minimize skin irritation and reduce the spread of bacteria.