It’s been about four months since I first posted about Harry’s Razors (http://www.jaimeh.com/2017/04/15/ive-tried-harrys-razors-for-1-week-now/). Since then I’ve tried a few more of their products and come to the conclusion that I love this company.
Let me give you a quick rundown of what I’ve tried so far.
My initial order included a handle, blade, shave gel and post shave balm (more details in the link above). For me personally, I’m sticking with my current shave gel, but the post shave balm will be replacing what I’m currently using (I had purchased a big pack of four bottles, so I’m still working with that).
Since that initial order and post, I’ve only had to order blades once. I did also receive a sample pack from Harry’s that included another four blades, as well as a face wash and face lotion.
Let’s start with the razors. That’s a total of 13 blades (the initial trial, an order of eight, and a sample of four), and I still have some. Although Harry’s plans will set you up to receive an order every month or every two months, I haven’t had to make another order since April. These blades last a long time without wearing down. Fortunately, you do get a warning of a couple days before your get charged for your recurring order, so you can always delay it by a month.
Moving on to the other products. The face wash has become a part of my daily routine. It’s not medicated, so there’s no need to worry about it bleaching your towels. It does include peppermint and eucalyptus, which really does feel cooling when you use it.
Finally, the face lotion. I love the smell, plus it has some SPF protection, which has been great during our hot central California summers. The lotion is soothing, and another product that I’ll be adding into my ongoing orders.
So there it is. Across the board, I’ve been loving the Harry’s products. Not only are they priced better than some of the bigger companies, but the blades themselves actually last longer. The other stuff they are making are also clearly high on my list.
And their subscription model is huge today. I use subscription services for lots of my basic items, and the fact that Harry’s gives you the notice before shipping is a great feature.
If you’ve been considering using Harry’s, give it a shot! Even if you don’t end up liking the service, the $3 shipping fee you’ll pay for the initial trial is less than you would pay in the store for what you’re getting.
Use this link to get your free starter kit, just pay shipping harrys.com/invite/9jrxu (*this is a referral link)