OneBlade Core Single Edge Razor: Black

OneBlade Core Single Edge Razor: Black
OneBlade Core Single Edge Razor: Black
OneBlade Core Single Edge Razor: Black
OneBlade Core Single Edge Razor: Black

OneBlade Core Single Edge Razor: Black

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The OneBlade Core Razor is the perfect introduction to wet shaving. With a minimal learning curve, the OneBlade Core Razor is intuitive to use and is proven to eliminate bumps, nicks, razor burns, and irritation for every face and skin type. The pivoting head maintains the optimal 30 degree blade angle to the skin at all times so there’s no need to manually manage - OneBlade does it for you. The Core Razor is built with the highest grade Tritan polymer with a stainless steel core for added balance and weight. Includes 10 Feather FHS-10 Blades and an anodized aluminium horizontal razor stand.

Core Single Edge Razor in black

Core Single Edge Razor
Feather FHS-10 Blades Pack: 10 blades
Anodized Aluminium Horizontal Razor Stand

Approx. 11.3cm (length) x 4.6cm (width of head)

Head and Handle:
Tritan polymer with solid stainless steel core

Made in USA

1. Loading your OneBlade Razor
Push the blade into the back of the razor, never touching the sharp edge. Hint: the dull edge is always the first edge you see when unwrapping a Feather FHS-10 blade.

2. Prep & Pre-Shave
A perfect shave requires some preparation to limit irritation. That includes washing your face with a moisturising face wash and a gentle exfoliant, and soaking and warming your whiskers with warm water to soften the hairs.

3. Multi-Pass Shaving
A single blade razor requires two or three passes to get a perfectly smooth shave.
- But firstly, lather up using a shave brush and traditional shaving cream or soap to get the most out of your shave.
- For your first pass, you'll want to use long strokes, shaving with the grain. Be sure to utilise the design of your OneBlade razor by maintaining the angle and mild pressure.
- For your second pass, you'll want to use short, slightly overlapping strokes, shaving with the grain. Be sure to maintain consistent pressure on the upper register (top of the head razor).
- For your third pass you'll want to use the same short and deliberate strokes as your second pass, but you'll want to shave either against or across the grain (perpendicular to the direction of growth).

4. Angle and Pressure
To get the optimal shaving angle with your OneBlade razor simply ensure that the upper register (top of the head razor) is the first point of contact with your skin and maintains contact with each stroke.
Mild to moderate pressure. The CORE razor is the mildest and most forgiving razor which means a little more pressure is needed for a perfectly smooth shave.

5. Post Shave and Skin Care
Finish up your shave with a quick care routine to nourish and protect your skin. Recommended to use a moisturising post shave balm to help relieve any irritation and expedite the healing process. Top it off with a face moisturiser and sun protection.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Plastic head

I sincerely have a better and more smooth shave using a normal safety razor.

The plastic head of the core does not slide smoothly on my face.

Stephen Kemp
Short life blades

Razor works very well giving a very close shave with no nicks or cuts.
A bit bulky to use under nose.
The apparently three shaves at most claim for blade life is disappointing as I was intending to save on the ridiculous cost of multi blade razers.
I am currently up to three shaves and will see what the experience is like beyond that .