Elegant Double-Edged Safety Razor
How bad is your disposable razor for the environment?
Disposable plastic razors are made from mixed materials and their sharp nature is hazardous, hence they clog up landfill sites. The manufacturing process is complex and costly. What’s more, they are often sold in unnecessary blister plastic packaging - the kind that causes severe ‘wrap rage’ due to its impossibility to get into without a small toolkit and an inhuman level of patience.
In 2018 approximately 5.5 million people in the UK were using disposable razors. It doesn’t take much to work out that that is a vast amount of plastic being used and then thrown away each week.
Our reusable, eco-friendly razor is designed to be elegant yet effortlessly efficient. Its curved shape makes it easy to hold and control every stroke, with the help of a weighted handle to provide the perfect pressure for closer and smoother shaves.
- A single, stainless steel blade to provide an irritation and ingrown hair free shave.
- An elegant, curved shape with a weighted zinc handle for optimum pressure and control.
- A fine comb to ensure a good guard against the blade to prevents cuts and whilst enabling the razor to easily glide on the skin.
- A long handle, so you can reach every part of your body.
- A thinner, more elegant look with a more sophisticated shave experience.
- A luxurious, shiny Rose Gold finish.
- 5 blades
Replacement blades are available from all supermarkets and chemists.
"We started Aphrodite Razors because we want to encourage women to reduce their daily plastic use and waste! The beauty industry is responsible for billions of tonnes of plastic waste on a yearly basis and widely used disposable plastic razors and razor heads contribute to this waste. What is becoming more and more obvious is how detrimental plastic is to our planet's health and ultimately our own. We provide a razor that’s both beautiful in design and plastic-free to help women make a simple and effective switch to their standard disposable and cartridge razors and to cut down on their plastic use."