Rose Gold Razor + Shave Gel-to-Milk

$118.00 Sold Out

Razors are first come, first served, and available in limited quantities each month.


If you’ve tried every razor under the sun and come up empty-handed, The Single is here to set things straight. With just one single blade, this razor provides a close shave without all the hair-pulling and razor burn that usually follows, even for those of us with the thickest of curls. Built so that it applies just the right amount of pressure, there’s no pressing down or re-shaving involved, either––just a future free from pesky ingrown hairs and irritation. Includes a pack of 10 blades.


This is absolutely the time to SUGARCOAT things. A life-saver on busy days when time is of the essence, this unique gel transforms into a milky texture when massaged into wet skin. Argan, grapeseed, marula, and sunflower oils up the ante on the moisture. What do you call it when you step out of the shower with your bits already hydrated? A good day. A subtle touch of jasmine and neroli oil leaves you smelling pretty fantastic too. 

How to use

At the end of your shower or bath (your hair is softer and easier to remove then), apply shave gel to wet skin. Watch in awe as it transforms to a milk. Stop watching and proceed to shave. Marvel at how soft your skin is, how great you smell, how close of a shave you got. Be gentle with yourself, especially around bony areas, don't apply any pressure (you don't need any).


Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Water, Sclerocarya Birrea (Marula) Oil, Sucrose Laurate, Sucrose Stearate, Tocopherol, Jasmine Grandiflorum (Jasmine) Oil, Citrus Aurantium Amara (Neroli) Oil, Helichrysum Italicum (Immortelle) Oil

Founder Notes

I remember as a kid hearing the “swish swish” sound coming from the bathroom at back of the house. My uncles, who all shaved with safety razors, would rinse them in the sink in-between each pass of the blade. I’d lean over the sink and watch as they used the brush to apply shaving foam from a bowl, swirl it all around their beards, and move the razor slowly over their faces. Short stroke, swish, short stroke, swish. They’d finish with a hot towel and then shake out the razor, dry it and put it away. They had impeccable skin, with nary a razor bump in sight. It’s no surprise that I’ve created a similar ritual. Shaving is skincare, and good skincare requires time, the right tools, and attention to detail. My uncles taught me how to care for my skin well before I had any idea that I’d be the first woman to build a safety razor from scratch. I did one thing better though, our shave gel smells amazing. Their shave foams smelled awful!