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Posted by on Feb 7, 2014 in Bath & Body | 0 comments

RazorPit – Bump Foam

RazorPit – Bump Foam

I was recently offered the chance to try out Bump Foam* from shaving experts RazorPit. Bump Foam is different to other shaving foams and gels as it promises to prevent razor burn, bumps and ingrown hairs, plus it contains no perfumes, parabens or colourants. It is suitable for all parts of the body – face, legs, armpits and intimate areas (it refers to these as ‘private areas’ on the bottle!). The first thing I noticed about Bump Foam is that it is much more runny than regular shaving foam, almost like the creamy lather from soap, this means that it spreads onto the skin really easily. Bump Foam does have quite a clinical smell, probably due to it containing anti-bacterial properties that not only help to cleanse the skin but also keep your razor bacteria free. It’s not an unpleasant smell though. I was a bit cynical before actually shaving with it as to whether this thin foam would provide enough lubrication for the razor, but it does give...

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Posted by on Jan 20, 2014 in Bath & Body | 0 comments

Shave your legs without using shaving gel

Shave your legs without using shaving gel

This Wilkinson Sword Intuition razor came in my December Glossybox. I was a bit surprised as it wasn’t the sort of thing I expected to find in a subscription box, but we all need a razor right? The first thought that struck me is that it is rather large – this is because it is a 3-in-1 product that has a big solid soap around the razor that lathers and moisturises while you shave. This means you can shave without the need to apply shaving foam or shower gel first, and the solid soap contains Natural Aloe and is enriched with Vitamin E to help care for your skin. The Intuition Naturals razor is really easy to use, just wet the end of the razor (or your legs) and then use. The razor glides along the skin really easily and gives a nice close shave. I did find it a bit cumbersome though as it is so big, and a bit difficult to manoeuvre around bony areas such as knees...

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