Facing legal pressure, Tesco, the biggest supermarket chain in the U.K., has agreed to sell their women’s razors at the same cost as their men’s razors because they are similar in every way but their color.
Today only, Amazon’s shaving the list prices of several Gillette and Venus razor bundles, and offering $6 discounts in your cart on top of that.
Let’s be clear. This Co-Op is intended for razors that ladies use, not for lady razors. It’s a well documented fact that the difference in quality between womyn-marketed shaving accoutrements and their male counterparts is negligible, but that the price difference is seismic. So, we just want to know what you use to…
Ladies! Are you looking for a place to trim your budget? Here's an idea: Stop buying shaving products marketed to women, because they're a complete ripoff.
Schick Quattro for Women (tagline: "Trim Style") hopes women will use its razors to shave their pubes into pretty shapes. That's why the company asked fashion bloggers to pick a "topiary theme" — for their vaginas — and create summer-inspired Pinterest boards.
Cosmo is shedding light on a terrible problem in our society: Ladies who use men's razors. A recent study by Venus found that 30% of women use razors made for beard-shaving, prompting the mag to write in an article encouraging ladies to use appropriately-gendered shaving products:
I haven't shaved my legs in over a month, because it's cold and who cares, leave me alone. Does this mean I am a Russian woman? Maybe! They (we?) have stopped shaving their legs, apparently. It's causing major problems.