How to replace blades safely

The best indicator it’s time for a new razor blade is sharpness. If your razor blade pulls at your hair, feels rough on your skin or you notice more skin irritation than after a normal shave, it’s time to replace it.The time to change your blade is different for everyone. However, here are some of our tips:

1. Be very careful not to cut your fingers when replacing a razor blade.
2. Always remember to place fingers on the shorter edges of the blade or by holding the guard.
3. Keep your fingers in the one spot and unscrew from the razors handle

Once you have your first dull blade it is important that you dispose of this safely, so you don’t accidentally hurt yourself:

An easy place to store dull blades is in an old can of soda, just put it straight through the opening! This safely keeps them stored where you and anybody else can't cut themselves.