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Gillette Fusion ProShield + 3 Refill Blades, Star Wars Gift Set, £12 Wilko instore
Gillette Fusion ProShield + 3 Refill Blades, Star Wars Gift Set, £12 Wilko instore

Gillette Fusion ProShield + 3 Refill Blades, Star Wars Gift Set, £12 Wilko instore

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If you look at this as the per blade price it comes out at £3 per blade which is terrible. However, if you need the actual handle as well, this is a pretty good deal.

x1 handle (blade attached)
x3 blades

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Lidls finest twin blade razor (with 20 blades), a Wilkinson Sword shaving brush and a bar of moisturising soap will cost about the same - over a 12 month period.

And you will get far less razor burn.

Gentle_Giant

Lidls finest twin blade razor (with 20 blades), a Wilkinson Sword shaving … Lidls finest twin blade razor (with 20 blades), a Wilkinson Sword shaving brush and a bar of moisturising soap will cost about the same - over a 12 month period.And you will get far less razor burn.


i used them a while back,resembled a Freddy Krueger victim!

themachman

i used them a while back,resembled a Freddy Krueger victim!


Totally agree same as aldi and poundshop razors

themachman

i used them a while back,resembled a Freddy Krueger victim!



I get a bad blade about twice a year, if you are bleeding a lot, either you are doing something wrong, or you need to get a full blood platelet test (FBC) done to make sure you dont have low blood counts.
(I have ITP, my average blood count over the last 8 years has been 8% of normal).

Gentle_Giant

I get a bad blade about twice a year, if you are bleeding a lot, either … I get a bad blade about twice a year, if you are bleeding a lot, either you are doing something wrong, or you need to get a full blood platelet test (FBC) done to make sure you dont have low blood counts.(I have ITP, my average blood count over the last 8 years has been 8% of normal).


Or just buy decent blades ?

themachman

Or just buy decent blades ?



I'd say one in 4 of my Gillette blades is markedly less comfortable than the other 3, and you get the odd one that never seems to blunt and lasts ages.

That Star Wars pack contains a stick that doesn't look very star wars-y off the card - they could've made it look like a blaster or lightsaber.

themachman

Or just buy decent blades ?



The Lidl blades are perfectly fine, I used to be a Gillette user, and I suffered constant razor burn; no matter how much I spent on fancy pre shave lotions and post shave balms; now I dont use anything but a moisturising soap (Dove is very good).
If anyone is going to bleed from a rough blade, it would be me; my blood is so thin due to my illness, it regularly leaks out on its own, causing purplish "bruise marks" and pin-**** mottling, yet I rarely bleed after a shave.
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