Making the Switch to Stainless Steel Razors

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Goodbye, plastic razor! I am done with you and your non recyclable material. Changes feel so great. especially when you’re helping the place we call earth. Little by little I am starting to live a zero waste lifestyle. Not only did the look of this razor convince me to make the switch. But after reading about how much plastic razors affect the earth, I knew i had to make a change A.S.A.P.  The benefits are listed down below:

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Facts:

Here in the US alone we throw away over 2 billion plastic razors each year! And that’s not counting the rest of the plastic packaging used on other products such as the milk gallons, water bottles, plastic containers, etc. If we don’t act now, there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans by 2050! Something to think and consider, right?

Price:

This Stainless razor cost me $19.99(plus shipping). Let me compare that to a plastic razor.A typical razor runs from $9- $13. Around the same price as this stainless razor, right? But, you have to consider the cartridges. For a pack of 5 or 6, $10-$20. Add that to how many time you have to replace the cartridge itself. The refill razors for the stainless razor, just $1.50 for a box of 10.This is worth it in the long run. You save money and you save the world. Or as Albatross likes to say, you are shaving the world.

I cant wait to use my razor. It is said that these razors give a better shave and fewer nicks. So check out Albatross Shave shop and order your new eco friendly razor and shave the world from plastic! Let’s try to do our part and leave this earth the best we can for our next generation.

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