Stainless steel blades to refill your Well Kept Safety Razor—or any standard safety razor. These double-edge, stainless steel blades glide over your skin, reducing irritation and ingrown hairs.
Pack of 20 blades. WHAT'S GOOD?
Reduces irritation and ingrown hairs
Works with any standard safety razor
Stainless steel — can be recycled
Made in Canada
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE? Disposable plastic razors. Did you know, on average, one person may dispose of over 96 razors in their lifetime? On a global scale, that’s billions of plastic razors being sent to landfill every single year.
HOW TO USE We recommend switching blades after every 5-8 shaves. Watch the company's step-by-step video on replacing your blade. Take extra care and be super mindful while changing blades. Remember: dry hands, ridges to the blade, and don't touch those sharp edges.
SOURCE Made in British Columbia, Canada. Packaged by hand in Vancouver.
PACKAGING Kraft paper packaging made from 100% recycled material. Each blade is individually wrapped in paper.
MATERIALS Stainless steel.
END OF PRODUCT LIFE Safety blades don’t glide as easy when they need to be replaced, so you can always feel when it’s time for a new one. Collect used blades in a secure container with a lid. (We also sell the Blade Bank from this company!) Then recycle.
ABOUT THE COMPANY Well Kept was co-founded by Canadian entrepreneurs, Natalie and Emilie. Their story starts like many others – a desire for a product that they just couldn’t find. In their search for a more sustainable and enjoyable shaving experience, they discovered many other facets of wellbeing that weren’t just bad for your skin, but harmful for the earth, too. The Well Kept Safety Razor was born.
"Every day we’re learning more about sustainability, equality, and inclusion, and both with the connections we hold in our Well Kept community, and the actions we take as a brand, we hope to leave only a positive impact on the world. While some days can feel more challenging than others, we are forever learning, growing, and no day is ever the same, which we love."