A razor with 100% natural aloe & environmentally friendly packaging!

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Schick Intuition Naturals Razor

I have extremely sensitive skin and I often break out when I shave. I cannot use just any razor available. I always need to have at least 3 blades to shave without irritation. If I don’t watch what I use, I end up with a horrible red, itchy rash on my legs for days. This isn’t exactly a hot summer look.

Schick Intuition Naturals Sensitive Care with 100% Natural Aloe lathers and moisturizes while you shave.  It uses soothing Vitamin E  and 100% all-natural aloe so it’s gentle on your skin and leaves your legs soft and smooth.  Because the razor has a built in skin moisturizing solid, there is no need for extra shave gel, soap, or body wash. You can lather and shave all in one step.

The four blade razor helps eliminate nicks and cuts and gives you a nice close shave.  It has a pivoting head to follow the contours of your leg.  The handle is even ergonomic with a slim design that is easy to hold. It comes with a shower hanger and convenient travel cap!

As if that isn’t enough to make me love this razor, it now comes in environmentally friendly packaging! They have eliminated the former plastic package and it’s now made with 55% post consumer recycled paperboard, 25% post-consumer recycled window and VOC free inks! The entire package is 100% recyclable as well.

Buy it

Available at mass and natural lifestyle retailers nation wide for retail $9.29 (razor), $9.99 for 3 ct, $17.59 for 6 count.

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