Comments about Schick Twin Disposable Razors, Sensitive Skin, 5 ea:
The handle is very small and very light so it takes a little adjustment if you've been using the larger, curved "comfort" handles of other disposable razors. And the head doesn't pivot and there isn't a comfort strip made of aloe or vitamin E or whatever. This is a bare bones disposable razor. I do have to use more pressure when shaving with these razors. However, the twin blades are very nice. I always get a clean, close shave without any cuts or nicks. As a matter of fact, I get a better shave with these little disposable razors than I do with my expensive razor that holds five blade cartridges. Those five blades have actually missed patches of hair on my neck while I've never had that problem with these little twin blade razors! They label says they are made in Germany by Wilkinson Sword/Schick and I think these blades just might be a better quality than other disposables on the market. I recently stocked up on these from Drugstore.com because I don't see them in any stores in my area.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Enhanced Lubrastrip* Tested on sensitive skin 3 Independently Spring Mounted
Blades and a Pivoting Head that adjust to the contours of your face for a smooth shave Anti-slip rubber handle ...
Protective Microfins help avoid nicks and cuts More Lubricants Released*
3 blades Pivoting head Spring Mounted Blades This 3-count Gillette disposable razor is designed to make shaving a comfortable experience ...
These disposable razors have 3 blades for an ultra close
shave. Pivoting head follows contours to achieve a comfortable shave. Lubricating strip with aloe and vitamin E for extra comfort. ...