Why Shaving With A DE Razor Is Better

Why Shaving With A DE Razor Is Better

The question we are asked most often is, "Why is shaving with a DE razor better?" Well, for those who know, it's quite obvious but for the majority of the rest of the western world who are still using…
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No. 13 Gets Another Great Review

No. 13 Gets Another Great Review

Thanks to Steve for his permission to post this review on Badger & Blade. "I just traded a soap that caused irritation for some Black Tie Razor Company soap and scented oil. They sell only a…
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Shaving Soap

Shaving Soap

In today's article we will explore the world of soap and, more specifically, shaving soap. The making of soap dates back thousands of years and is essentially the process of combining animal or vegeta…
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New Brush Tips

New Brush Tips

Brushes made from animal hair will likely have a bad smell when new. Although the hair has been sterilized, this usually doesn't rid the hair completely of the animal smell. This is completely normal…
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​ Blades: Which Ones?

Alrighty then, now you have a nice DE razor but you can’t use it until you have some blades. As with everything else, everyone has an opinion and you can read review after review and probably…
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Getting Started “The Razor”

Getting Started “The Razor”

Now that you know what wet shaving is and have decided you want to “get in the game” what’s next? Well, you have some decisions to make. What razor, what blade, what brush, what soap, etc. In today’…
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So what exactly is “wet shaving” anyway?

Wet shaving, literally, is shaving using hot water to wet your skin. However, that’s not exactly the full story. In today’s vernacular, wet shaving refers to a more traditional way of shaving before…
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