Boots Smooth Care Disposable Triple Blade 4 Reviews
Product Type: Boots Shaving & Grooming
Description:Brand: Boots / Sub-type: Womens Razor / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Smoothes / Type: Razors
Newest Review: ... more than meet my needs. I've never nicked or cut myself with them, and I find I get quite a few uses out of them before they ... more
by - written on 21/09/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Razors are a tricky item to get right. It's always a balance between price and quality for me. I've tried the Venus and so on before and they do give you an incredibly smooth and close shave, but they also cost a complete fortune. I'm currently using the Boots Smooth Care Disposable Triple Blade, and I'm quite impressed! You get four razors in a pack for £1.99. Not the cheapest on the market but not the most expensive either. For four triple blade razors I think it's pretty reasonable. I've tried cheap two blade ones before and looked like my legs have been attacked by tigers so I always think it's worth spending a little bit more money on a decent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/12 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Recently I made an epic error. The weather was nice and I was in a hurry to shave my legs so quickly went to work with my previous Bic razor that I had found hiding in my bathroom cupboard. The day proceeding and I found my legs were itching like mad and I had a sexy red rash all over. Thinking maybe I had some kind of allergic reaction I dashed to boots to get a new set of disposable razors, as a long term one was not in my budget at such short notice! I picked up this pack of 4 Smooth care triple blade razors for £2.99 as they weren't the complete bargain end of the scale but not the most expensive. The razors are blue on the handle and have a thick ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
When it comes to hair removal, I neither have the funds nor the inclination to be faffing around getting myself waxed and preened on a regular basis. I have experimented with various electrical hair removers over the years, but more often than not I return to the good old fashioned way of shaving. It's quick, easy, painless, and fairly easy to keep on top of. I'm not loyal to any brand of razor, I tend to weigh up the price against brands, and although I have had razors with interchangeable blades in the past, at the moment I find it more cost-effective to pick up disposable razors. These Boots ones are my current razors of choice, costing £2.99 for a pack ... Read the complete review
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