Extend the life of your razor with RazorMax
A reader recently wrote in about an alternative product which extends the life of razors called RazorMax. We had report on RazorGuard back in a December article, and it seems there are several similar products on the market now.
Scientific research proves that the majority of your razors dull edge is the result of oxidation and calcification of the blade. This is caused by rinsing and storing your blade in open air, over and over again. The combination of soap, moisture, shaving crème, and indoor air quickly corrode the fine cutting edge of your blade. This is usually under 10 days for most blades on the market. The act of shaving only has a gradual effect on blade wear. The graphic below shows the corrosive deposits that quickly build up on the blade edge. These irregular deposits rapidly alter the cutting edge creating the dullness effect along with nicks and cuts.
These kinds of products understandably get very little exposure because they eat away at profits from the razor manufactures. I can't vouch for them personally, but based on the feedback we've been getting they appear to be the real deal. I'll have a full report based on personal experience soon. In the meantime, read more about how RazorMax works here.
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Posted by Russell Neufeld at April 7, 2005 2:57 PM