How To Shave with the Close Shave Razor

How To Shave with the Close Shave Razor

Many of us have been victims of razor burns caused by multi-blade plastic disposable razors. Our Close Shave Razor is designed with a single replaceable blade, making shaving an enjoyable routine rather than a burden. Shaving with our razor can be intimidating at first, but don't worry, we're here to help!

Video Tutorial


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How to Assemble
  • Twist the handle to unscrew the head.
  • Remove the bottom plate and insert the blade by holding the shorter sides with your fingers.
  • Replace the bottom plate and reattach the handle.

How to Shave

  • Soak your skin in a warm bath or shower for more than 5 minutes and  exfoliate with our Exfoliating Body Glove. Removing dead skin creates an even canvas and reduces the chances of irritation.
  • Prepare your skin by applying a shaving cream/gel/butter or conditioner.
  • Shave using short strokes at a 30° angle relative to your skin.
  • Do not apply pressure since the razor is weighted (applying too much pressure can result in irritation and cuts).
  • Shave in the direction of hair growth. This means upwards for your arms and legs. For your armpits, we recommend moving downwards, and if you can't achieve a close enough shave, try moving upwards and sideways. For your bikini area, always hold your skin taut and move downwards first.

How to Clean and Store

  • In between shaves, run the razor under water to unclog it.
  • Once you're done shaving, twist the handle to unscrew the head. 
  • Remove the blade, run it under water, wipe away any excess product and hair and dry it with a towel.
  • Change the blade every 4-8 shaves and store your razor in a dry place outside of the shower.

How to Dispose of Blades

  • Many municipalities have a safe sharps collection program. Simply google your municipality, followed by "Safe Sharps Collection Program".
  • Most pharmacies and drug stores can provide you with a sharps container at your request, usually free of charge.
  • Drop your blades in the container and bring them back to your local pharmacy/drug store. Your local recycling center may also accept the blades. Each city's guidelines are different, so make sure to check with them first.