Schick Exacta 2 Shaving Razor with Aloe
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  • I thought it was prudent to just schedule a one time all-around waxing session, although, I should wait before the hairs start showing up on my legs to get started
  • In my opinion, disposables offer a less fussy and hygienic option as opposed to an eternity of using a single device again and again
  • By thrusting its handle, I found the razor easy to manipulate
  • I didn’t feel any remarkable effects supposedly brought about by its aloe vera strips but I was happy I aced the deed without any nasty razor bumps or stinging, much less redness around the area
  • A single razor can last 2 or 3 light shavings and its blades don’t go blunt immediately so it’s fairly cost-saving for no less than a dollar per item


    • by jhunie

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      Once upon a time, I desperately needed a quick shave. Tending the occasional thorny ingrown hairs call for a serious waxing appointment but I deemed it’s too early. I didn’t have hirsutism to begin with, except that my underarm hairs really grow twice the rate of my less furry legs. I thought it was prudent to just schedule a one time all-around waxing session, although, I should wait before the hairs start showing up on my legs to get started. Nevertheless, I checked my local grocer to see what disposable shavers were around. Of course, it’s absurd to go for the sharpest, most mechanical-looking depilating apparatus since I didn’t feel like shaving was going to be an everyday commitment. In my

      opinion, disposables offer a less fussy and hygienic option as opposed to an eternity of using a single device again and again.

      Schick’s exacta 2 razor has a skincare feature installed in its cartridge, in the form of a thin film which is suppose to dispense aloe vera onto skin while shaving. The razor seemed to have a desensitizing property because it’s enriched with aloe vera so all the more, it should be appropriate for my sensitive underarms. I admit the thing sounds appealing to me and better than most macho analog types of razors. I thought the blade cartridge of this razor was replaceable but it’s actually fixed. Shaving my fragile arm pits was tongue in cheek, even though, I’m not a shave-savvy

      person. One or two things I can appreciate about this plastic shaver are its delicate sharpness, with precision to boot.

      The ingrown hairs had barely sprouted off its roots which should make shaving difficult for any razor. Yet, the blades swept almost all visible traces of hair. It was a quick operation without putting any lubricating lotion whatsoever. Although, I had to lightly push the handle of the razor to add pressure, so the blades can efficiently scoop out all the fine hairs. I felt some gentle tugging here and there probably due to the just-showered dryness of my skin. By thrusting its handle, I found the razor easy to manipulate. I was quite careful not to cause too much friction ...


      • Schick Exacta 2 Shaving Razor with Aloe
      over the skin in order to prevent irritation or skin-darkening – basically those shaving ‘myths’, yet I can’t help but believe in them. The blades don’t harbor all the hair at once, but they’re sure to get diminished by the second stroke.

      It required a fair amount of shaving and the safe projection of the blade cartridges are kinda hard to rub against the hairs, particularly those situated along the contours of the arm pits. I was able to come up with smooth bald underarms anyway. I didn’t feel any remarkable effects supposedly brought about by its aloe vera strips but I was happy I aced the deed without any nasty razor bumps or stinging, much less redness around the area. Shaving brings back

      a bad memory, once, when my irritated underarms felt itchy after shaving. The hapless event convinced me to switch to hairless waxing and depilation creams.

      I noticed the razor has a textured handle composed of rubber. It’s also equipped with sharp double-blades that are better than the crude ones. A single razor can last 2 or 3 light shavings and its blades don’t go blunt immediately so it’s fairly cost-saving for no less than a dollar per item. Once the hairs grow back again, then I’ll surely appoint this razor as my emergency shaver. I personally recommend it. It’s a keeper for all the bad hairy days.




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