Use Pre-Shave Scrub to soften skin and hair while eliminating dead skin cells.
Moisturize and lather with our range of shaving creams and foams for the perfect glide.
Moisturize and soothe your skin with the alcohol-free Post-Shave Balm.
How often do I change the blades?
Ideally, every 3-4 shaves if you are a regular shaver. If not, you can define the frequency yourself.
Is the razor safe to use?
Yes. We understand your concern about trying out new products. We assure you our products are 100% safe and tested with state-of-the-art technology. We have tested all our products throughout the journey since their inception. The platinum-coated blades are engineered in Japan, and while they are exceptionally sharp, our razor ensures that they deliver fabulously close shaves with minimum nicks and cuts. It does require a bit of technique which can be learned over time.
Do I really need to use the brush?
Yes. To enjoy a great shave it’s important to prepare your skin well for it. We found, through our research, that using a brush and shaving cream performed better than using foam or gel. Our brush is soft and is intended is to make your facial hair ready for a shave. Try it out, you'll notice the difference.
I got a cut. What do I do?
Oops. A cut or two is a part of the process to mastering the double-edged shave. Be gentle, understand the contours and grain of your beard. Do not
Why do I need to follow the regimen?
A regimen involves a customized face prep and post-shave ritual which is designed to take care of your skin. Once you discover the ideal regimen for you, you will observe far better results in terms of shaving experience and skincare.
Can I use the products when I have not shaved?
Yes, you can. Especially the scrub and balm.
Is the shave really better?
Quality of shave is determined by 5 factors: closeness of the cut, consistency of beard, smoothness of razor, post-shave comfort, and long-term skin quality. However, a shave is a very personal activity and depends on a lot of external and internal parameters. You will need to evaluate across these 5 factors which regimen works for you.