- Safety razor – classic blade, closed comb
- Handles made of metal with chrome-plated metal highlights
- Dimension: 41mm x 94mm
- Weight: 70g
- Made in Germany
The Material – Chrome
If the world didn't have chromium, it would lose a lot of its glitz. The finish used on our wet shaving equipment exemplifies its best qualities: The material is corrosion-resistant, has a deep, appealing sheen, and lasts a long time. When contrasted to this, other high-end materials' colors and forms are brought to life to their full potential.
The Razorhead – Classic razor blade
For years, the safety razor has been regarded as a stylish classic capable of shaving edges with accuracy. For many people, it is the razor of choice. Its design is a great match for MÜHLE's goods. Even if a certain degree of respect is required at first because of the open blade: After a short period of familiarization and direction by a steady hand, it delivers a very close shave and a long-lasting effect. Unlike current blade systems, the safety razor's head does not move. The blades may be changed by unscrewing the lid. They're available from us as well as retailers across the world.
How to use:
- Moisten the beard region with warm water and thoroughly lather it with a brush. The longer you lather your beard, the easier and gentler it will be to cut the hairs. Use a very effective moisturising shaving cream or soap if feasible, as this will help the blade glide over the skin more easily. Make sure the shaving head and handle are securely attached, but only tighten the screw to the point where it can be unscrewed without difficulty.
- The blade will rest at the proper angle as a result of this. Now it's time to shave. Hold the safety razor at an oblique angle to the skin (about 30°). Begin with the cheeks, gliding the razor over the skin while applying mild pressure. Shave in the direction of beard growth at all times (with the grain). When shaving the neck, use your free hand to pull the skin taut. Small wounds or grazes should not deter you. They will be rare once you have become acquainted with the razor.