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Single Edge Razors

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The Twig & Thorn Razors

Leaf Shave single-edge razors come in two versions: Twig, and Thorn.

The Twig razor is the gentle version, best suited for lighter hair or more sensitive skin.

The Thorn razor is the more aggressive version, best suited for thicker / coarser hair.

01. Review before Use

- Before using your Twig Razor, read through these instructions. If you have any questions about how to load, use or care for your razor reach out to us at hello@leafshave.com before use.

- Exercise caution when handling blades and using the razor, the blades are sharp.

- Please keep the razor and blades out of reach of children.

02. Loading your Razor

- Open the razor by twisting the bottom of the handle clockwise until the top lifts and twists out of the way.

- Load a single-edge blade into your Twig safety razor making sure to line up the notches on the sides of the blade with the mating feature on the blade holder. It should sit flat.

- Secure the The Twig razor closed by twisting the bottom of the handle counterclockwise until finger-tight.

03. Enjoy your Shave

- Shave using light pressure, manually keeping the blade positioned at a 30-degree angle to your skin. Then, just let the weight of the razor do the work.

- Rinse the razor frequently with warm water—the razor and skin should always be damp.

- Feel your skin to find places you may have missed and go over them again. For even closer results, repeat the process shaving against the natural direction of hair growth.

Some simple steps to take good care of your forever razor.

Rinse Thoroughly

Open up your razor and rinse it thoroughly inside and out after use. To get the longest life from your blades, pat them dry between uses as well. Keep the razor away from water in between uses.

Some simple steps to take good care of your forever razor.

Clean Gently

If your razor needs a little TLC (maybe once every few months), use a drop of dish soap and a soft brush (like an old toothbrush), and scrub it all over in the nooks and crannies.

Some simple steps to take good care of your forever razor.

Deep Cleanse

For tougher soap build-up or hard water stains, soak your razor in a solution of 1 part white vinegar and 2 parts water for up to 10 minutes. Then scrub with a drop of dish soap and a soft brush (like an old toothbrush) before towel drying.

Having trouble?

If you ever feel that you're not getting what you need out of your razor, please reach out: hello@leafshave.com.