Schick Intuition Razor
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  • I am always willing to try something new and innovative, so I decided to try the Schick Intuition Razor for women to see if having the soap on the end of the razor would work well for me
  • I like the idea that Schick came up with for this razor
  • I decided the best way to try the Schick Intuition Razor was to get take a bath rather than a shower
  • The only problems I found with the razor is that it is rather bulky

    • by Dawn
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      I am always willing to try something new and innovative, so I decided to try the Schick Intuition Razor for women to see if having the soap on the end of the razor would work well for me. I purchased the razor at Walmart for $8.26.It came with one blade which was enough for me to get a good idea about whether it would work for me or not. $8.26 didn’t seem like too bad of a price for a razor.

      I like the idea that Schick came


      up with for this razor. The soap is on the end of the blade which means that I wouldn’t have to worry about dropping the soap while I was trying to shave, nor would I have to worry about putting the soap on my legs. I decided the best way to try the Schick Intuition Razor was to get take a bath rather than a shower. I climbed in the tub and got my legs nice and wet. I then dipped the razor into the water to get
      the soap wet. I loved that it was so quick and easy. It did eliminate a step that took more time up and I am all for saving time.

      I only had to take one swipe across each section of my leg to get all the hair off. That was a good thing since I always have to take two or three swipes with other razors. I was off to a good start. When I got done shaving my legs and bathing, I climbed out of the tub, dried ...


      • Schick Intuition Razor
      off and ran my hand up my leg to see if it still felt smooth or to see if I had missed any spots. My legs were unbelievably smooth. I liked the razor. The only problems I found with the razor is that it is rather bulky. It is much bigger than other razors. It is also very expensive to replace the blades and that is why I decided to stop using it. I couldn’t justify paying that much for razor blades just to save some time. The
      soap on the end of the blade doesn’t last very long. That means that I had to buy replacement blades far too many times and I simply couldn’t afford to do it any longer.

      This is a great razor as long as you can afford to replace the blades every week or so. I have to shave everyday so the soap really didn’t last more than a couple of days each time. If you don’t mind the price of replacing the blades, it would be a great razor for you.




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