Repair + Hydrate
Rose Gold Razor + Shave Gel-to-Milk
The MVP for good reason. Pairing SUGARCOAT with THE SENSITIVE razor is the original duo for your smoothest shave. A deeply moisturizing blend of argan, grapeseed, marula, and sunflower oils allows your razor glides effortlessly over skin. Unique in consistency, the gel-to-milk texture is made to coat the hair and skin. THE SENSITIVE RAZOR is weighted, made of stainless steel, and designed to provide a close, smooth shave without irritation.
Right for you: if you experience dry, dehydrated skin and razor burn.
HOT TIP: Use as the last step in your shower/bath routine.
- Full Size SUGARCOAT Moisturizing Shave Gel-to-Milk
- THE SENSITIVE SKIN RAZOR
- Pack of 10 Blades
Step 1: Apply SUGARCOAT to wet skin in the shower, massage in.
Step 2: Using no pressure at all, remember the razor is weighted, proceed to shave using short strokes on legs, underarms, or bikini areas.
Step 3: Rejoice, as you'll have no razor burn to speak of.
Argan oil: rich in fatty acids and antioxidants, argan oil restores skin's moisture barrier.
Grapeseed oil: reduces transepidermal water loss, helping to firm and tighten the skin.
Marula oil: mimics the skin's natural barrier, leaving it softer and better protected.
Dandelion root extract: anti-inflammatory and anti-pruritic (anti-itch) properties soothes and conditions skin after shaving.
Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate: powerful form of vitamin C that improves collagen synthesis and boosts skins natural production of hyaluronic acid.
Aloe vera juice: rich in antioxidants, minerals, and amino acids that fight bacteria and heal wounds.
THE SENSITIVE RAZOR is weighted to provide just the right amount of pressure, and one well-made single blade removes the hair and leaves your skin in tact. Honed and handcrafted in Germany.
Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glycerin, Water/Aqua/ Eau, Sucrose Laurate, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Sclerocarya Birrea Seed Oil, Sucrose Stearate, Taraxacum Officinale (Dandelion) Rhizome/Root Extract, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Fragrance*, Limonene, Linalool, Hydroxycitronellal, Benzyl Benzoate [*100% natural fragrance comprised of essential oils, botanicals, and aromatic isolates.]
Rose Gold Razor + Shave Gel-to-Milk
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Can I use a safety razor on facial hair?
Yes, but note that the angle and exposure on this razor is very tight, making it gentler and great for sensitive skin, but may require multiple passes to go over facial hair if it is coarse.
Can I travel with a safety razor?
A safety razor can only be packed in checked luggage, not carry-ons. *Shakes fist at TSA*
Is shaving with a safety razor dangerous?
Safety razors are not dangerous as long as you follow our directions. THE SINGLE Sensitive Skin Razor is weighted, so you do not need to apply additional pressure while shaving. Applying pressure with a weighted razor can cause nicks and razor burn, especially on those boney areas. Take your time with this - shave with slow, longer strokes. The best advice we’ve ever heard came from one of our customers “shave as if you were tracing a feather”. Y’all are so smart. Additionally, be sure you're using a shave gel (not soap!) that provides enough cushion, like SUGARCOAT Moisturizing Shave-to-Gel Milk.
Will a safety razor prevent ingrown hairs and razor burn?
Since a single-blade (safety razor) shaves your hair at skin level, there are fewer chances of hair regrowth getting trapped below the epidermis, the surface of the skin. When hair has to struggle through your follicles, it causes irritation of those very follicles, resulting in itchy, inflamed regrowth. Ingrowns occur when that blunt hair gets trapped in the follicle and curls back under the skin. This happens less with a safety razor because it never shaves the hair below the surface of the skin to begin with. The rest is up to you, and it's rooted in skincare - especially for us curly people. Help your skin thrive by exfoliating and moisturizing.
How often should I change the blade?
As blades begin to dull with use, a fresh refill makes all the difference. Change weekly (especially if you shave often) for a close, ingrown-free experience.
How long does the razor last and how do I care for it?
Your razor is designed to last for years with proper care.
Proper care includes:
- Store your razor out of the shower, leaving it exposed to steam and moisture can cause rust.
- Drying your razor after each use, both the handle and the blade. Two seconds to do this really extends the life of your razor.
If rust develops - use a gentle castile soap, an old soft toothbrush, and gently scrub any rust. You can disassemble it and soak it in warm water for a few minutes before scrubbing if there is a lot of buildup. Dry with a towel and store when done.
If your razor seems to be prone to rust (say you live in a very humid environment) apply a little oil after cleaning, as it prevents corrosion by repelling water.
What happens if I damage my razor?
If a manufacturing defect occurs within 1 year of purchase, the product can be returned for a repair/exchange. Our policy applies to products that have manufacturing defects and does not include behavior that directly or indirectly cause damage such as: misuse, mishandling, lack of care, environmental conditions, drops, damage from chemical exposure, or over-tightening.