The True Cost Of Shaving

The True Cost Of Shaving

Most men take don’t enjoy the process of shaving. Any guy who shaves knows, buying razors at the supermarket and replacing them can be expensive. Keeping a clean-shaven face is an obligation that’s necessary for maintaining a professional appearance at work and maybe to keep his other half happy. Having to pay an exorbitant amount to keep up with this chore is what fuels the idea that razors, like printer ink are one of life’s biggest rip offs.

Creating razor blades is an intricate, complicated, expensive process with high barriers to entry, the few companies that make blades have an advantage. Without many competitors, they’re able to charge higher prices. Historically the companies that have known how to make razor blades have been able to charge people vastly different prices for razor blades than the actual cost.

But are there ways to make grooming less grating?

Bunch.co.nz provides a monthly razor subscription service that will make shaving less of a burden on your wallet. Our razors are manufactured to the highest standard by a company that has been in operation for over 135 years and was the first to launch a safety razor in the U.S.

We offer a 3 blade razor with ceramic coated carbon steel blades, vitamin E / Aloe Vera lubricating strip. For a 5 pack with delivery, it will cost you from $2.50 a blade, which is about $2 less than a Gillette Mach 3. Our 5 blade razor has the same quality blades as the 3 blade, but also has a trimmer blade. For a 4 pack with delivery, it will cost you from $3.90 a blade, again more than $3 less per blade than the comparable Gillette.

You might not be able tell the difference between a great shave and good one. But you can tell the difference between paying $4.50 and $2.50.

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