The gorgeous new Ever Eco Rose Gold Safety Razor makes it easy to say goodbye to plastic waste and expensive blade refills, and hello to a simple and stylish solution for plastic-free, low-waste shaving.
This beauty allows you to enjoy a close, gentle shave without contributing to landfill, and the luxe rose gold finish will also look luscious in your bathroom, if we do say so ourselves!
Why you'll love the Ever Eco Rose Gold Safety Razor:
It's a reusable, plastic-free safety razor
It comes with 10 replacement blades
It's the eco friendly way to shave: no plastic parts or packaging to see here!
It's made from ultra durable brass alloy, electroplated with a rose gold finish
Directions: Shave in short, gentle strokes without applying pressure. The weight of the razor is enough to provide a super close shave. Use with shaving cream, gel or bar to help the razor glide.
Take it slowly while getting used to this new way of shaving. Once you get the hang of it, you'll never go back!
The blade is double sided, so you should expect to get around 6-7 shaves per side. Once blunt, replace the blade. Store used blades in a jar or container. Once filled, seal container and contact your local council for the location of your nearest recycling facility.
Store razor outside of the shower and allow to dry between uses.
Changing the blade: Twist the handle anti-clockwise until the razor head opens. Carefully remove blunt blade. Unwrap a new blade and place onto the head.
Have been using safety razors for years, but this one is the best I have used!
Scary but very satisfied
Love this razor! It’s the first one I’ve tried and I am a big fan, didn’t cut myself and got a really close shave! However the blade changing is terrifying the first few times! Very happy over all
I have been wanting to try a more eco friendly razor option for YONKS.
Firstly the service at Natural Supply Co is down right lovely, I was able to go in and ask questions and they were very helpful.
Secondly, this is much harder to use than I first thought. I had to youtube how to put the blade in and then sliced my finger doing so, and then when it came to actually shaving my legs I was so careful to not put any pressure because of how incredibly sharp the blades are and I still cut myself all over and honestly didn't find it to be a close shave. Now this is user fault, I am really scared to keep using so will continue to transition slowly purely so I haven't wasted my money. so if you have used these razors before and are looking for an upgrade this one is really nice. It's pretty, slightly heavy, easy to change the blade if you know how and it comes with 10 blades which will last a long time I gather.