I've had a traditional safety razor for some years now.
I switched to a traditional safety razor out of a fascination with the old nature of it, but it turns out to be a vastly more simple and cost effective shave.
As I don't like to have a lot of "moving parts" in my life, keeping to simplicity, not having to go out and buy huge disposable razors or packs of itsy bitsy six-blade-and-shaving-strip shaving heads and cans of shaving foam is appealing to me.
I had done significant research before, and now I'm collecting all the notes in one place.
Although I had been looking at using straight razor.. it's expensive, dangerous, difficult to use and maintain and the entire kit has too many objects.
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