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With Blood Dripping Down My Legs...

Advantagesno rash, make shaving easier, gentler than other razors I've used

Disadvantagesthe need to shave my legs at all!!

"...then applied shaving foam (cheap Asda stuff, smells lovely!), then proceeded to put the fate of my skin in my hands. It did seem to glide over my legs much better than the non-moisturising razors “for big hairy men”. But it still nicked my skin, I had little globules of blood spattered down them – but nothing like the bloodbath I used to have to endure, in the name of conformity and social acceptance. I went to school with ..." Read review
06.06.2001

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Economy for my legs!

AdvantagesWork well and look nice enough

DisadvantagesThe head isn't all that flexible

"...legs? I spotted these razors in Asda priced at a pound a time and decided at that price for 5 of them they had to be worth a go! The Packaging: Bright pink and purple long plastic bag with a see-through window to one side of it so you can see one of the razors your about to purchase. On the front of the pack I am told that they are Asda 'Essential Care' Ladies '5 twin blade disposable razors' and that they have a rubber handle for superior ..." Read review
08.10.2010

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Budget beauty

AdvantagesCaring, price

DisadvantagesNone

"...be doing my shopping in Asda so I picked some up whilst I was there. I paid £1 for ten disposable razors which I thought was excellent value for money. The razors are purple in colour and they come in a pink plastic packet. They have two blades and there is a conditioning strip alongside the blades. There is a clear plastic safety cap. I used my razor in the shower as I would usually. I found it easy to use, it went across my skin quickly and ..." Read review
12.05.2013

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