Dollar Shave Club.
I know, I reviewed razors before. I did that before I knew of Dollar Shave Club.
I got signed up this year as part of my Father’s Day Gift Bag, which included some DSC’s “Dr. Carver’s Shave Butter“ (it’s not butter, it’s better, it’s boss), and some “One Wipe Charlies,” the Butt-wipe For Men (it’s a butt-wipe, it’s better than a hand towel). I am set up for the cut-down of my face hair. Hell, I’ll go to the back of my neck and shoulder area, probably even my fundercarriage with this blade sitch.
THESE BLADES DON’T CARE WHERE THE HAIR STARTED, IT’S ABOUT TO BE DEPARTED (just came up with that COPYRIGHT TRADEMARK HASHTAGMAKINGMONEY)
Using “The Executive” blade (6 of ’em!) I’ve found shaving to be a somewhat sublime experience. For $9 a month (compared to the $15 most Luxurious Blades go for at your drug’s store sans coupon) I get 4 blades. Auto-sent and auto-billed, and YES, you can ratchet-back the frequency if you’re like me and don’t shave every day because you’re almost 40 and wanna show the world you’ve got Edge, man, you’ve got moxie!
And it’s smoooth. The blades + butter confluence produces an easy-glide hair removal process so easy I’m almost convinced I’m doing it wrong. But I’m NOT.
So, YES, get your facial hair under a slather of Dr. Carver’s Shave Butter, buy-load-and-go with the blade of your choice, and when you’re done horsing-out a stillborn food-baby, go dry-wipe, ONE WIPE CHARLIE, dry-wipe and get on with your day.
Also, give ’em your business because they have fantastically funny promotional videos.
Shit, Butt-shower, Shave; DOLLAR SHAVE CLUB
(Dollar Shave Club has not and probably will not pay me for this critique, but I’m still using their products any way I see fit on my face, shoulders and fundle)