I don't know about you, but it seems like I buy a ton of razor refills. It might be that I notice it more because I write about hair removal. But then again, I've reduced a lot of hair on my body using Tria Laser and Silk'n. So you would think I would buy less razor cartridges, right?
Whatever the case, they add up, especially if you buy a decent razor. It would be really nice if you could make them last a lot longer, by let's say, sharpening them. I was hoping for really good results when my assistant Nicole tested out Save a Blade Automatic Razor Sharpener, but that didn't go very well at all.
However she recently tried out the Razor Pit Teneo. It's also called a razor sharpener, but it's not what you think. It's actually made to clean the stuff off the blade, like dead skin cells, which the company says makes the blade get dull before its time.
Curious? Read all about her experience and how she 'tricks' her husband in Nicole's Razor Pit Teneo Review.