This reporter went upscale. He went to Dollar Shave's supplier and paid
$28.66 for what would have cost $90 from Dollar Shave. Besides saving
68%, he avoided a recurring CC charge.
He says that, contrary to CC company policies, Dollar Shave bills for
blades they can't ship.
In 1980, Esquire published an article about razor blades. An engineer in
the industry said the Bic blade was as good as the cartridge blades that
cost a lot more.
Years ago, to get more Vitamin A, I began eating more cooked vegetables
with carotene and serving them in meals with fat, such as butter.
Improved shaving was an unexpected benefit. I got cleaner shaves with
ease, and I could be careless without cutting my face.
I was in the store yesterday and they sold razors with 5 blades each,
I'm working with an engineer friend and we're going to market a razor
with 37 blades. It will give a very smooth shave, much better than 1,
2, 3, or 5.
?? Your whiskers are softer? That might well make the shave cleaner.
But is your skin harder? What makes it less likely that you'll cut
Does Dollar Shave add postage? The $28.66 order from the supplier
included free shipping.
The article says Dollar Shave apologized for being backlogged on
thousands of orders for which they'd charged customers. When the
reporter asked the CEO, the CEO said the charge was for holding the
customer's place in line.
I used to use two. After I started paying attention to Vitamin A, I
found that one blade worked fine.
I used to wash, then soak with lather to avoid razor pull. Now I just
wash. I don't think my whiskers are softer. I think my skin holds them
up better, so they don't elude the blade.
It doesn't seem harder. Maybe it's thicker and more elastic. A function
of skin is to resist cutting and scraping. Vitamin A helps skin
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