November 12, 2007

The Shaving Stuff 2007 Holiday Gift Guide

holiday_guide.jpgThe holiday season is fast approaching and you've got a list with a bunch of question marks on it. What to get for that special man in your life? Well look no further than the 2007 ShavingStuff Holiday Gift Guide. We've got all he'll need, from creams to razors, books, toys, and more. And even a little something for the ladies.

Shaving Cream
Sure, we all start shaving with foamy supermarket shaving cream. But eventually we aspire to the finer things in life. The brands below offer a superior shave which is close, comfortable, and sublime. A gift set is the perfect way to sample new products, as well as introduce someone to the world of better shaving.
Gentlemen's Refinery - $199
Billy Jealousy - $50
The Art of Shaving - $38
ZIRH - $59
MenScience - $55
Baxter of California - $60
Still not seeing it? Surf on over to the Details for Men gift kit page and see what strikes your fancy.

Cartridge Razors
Once again power reigns supreme. If you're not shaving with an electrified version of a multi-blade razor, it's time to step into the new millennium. Power makes all the difference.
Gillette Fusion Power - $10.99
Schick Quattro Power - $11.99
Gillette M3Power - $15
The Art of Shaving's Chrome Gillette Fusion Power with Spotlight - $150

Electric Razors
There were a couple of new products released this year from the leaders in electric razor technology. If you want the top of the line traditional electric razor, go for the Pulsonic. If you're interested in a wet/dry electric shave, go for the Moisture Shaving System.
Braun Pulsonic - $215
Philips Norelco Moisture Shaving System - $149

Pubic Shaving
Don't even think about shaving downstairs without the proper equipment. Give yourself an extra optical inch with the BodyGroom, or go completely bare with the Cleancut, still the #1 choice in the porn industry.
Philips Norelco Bodygroom - $34.99
no!no! - $250
Seiko Cleancut - $75

Head Shaving
Just like you wouldn't shave downstairs without the proper equipment, you don't want to shave the roof without the proper tools. Get the gear designed for your noggin.
Headblade - $10.99
Sharps Mission: Control Bald Head Balm SPF 15 - $24

Back Shaving
Yeah, I don't want to talk about it either. If you know a guy who needs one of these, just do him a favor and buy it for him. And give it to him while no one else is in the room.
MANGROOMER - $39.95

Books
Want to learn proper shaving technique but afraid to ask? Finally, a couple of books which teach you how to shave.
Leisure Guy's Guide to Gourmet Shaving: Shaving Made Enjoyable - $11.95
Sharp Practice: The Real Man's Guide to Shaving by Anders Larsen - £6.50

Toys
Nothing beats a little fun in the tub or a soft foam book. Teach your little squirt how to shave like his papa.
Shaving in the Tub from Alex Toys - $6.79
My Shaving Kit foam book from Innovative Kids - $3.32.

Looking for more amazing gift ideas? Check out our extensive set of holiday shopping guides on electronics, fashion, cooking, and more.

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October 30, 2007

Introducing the no!no! for Unwanted Hair You Know Where

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The Daily Candy had a story the other day about the no!no! - a new hair removal system for hair you know where.

No!no! is based on an exciting new technology called Thermicon™, which uses the scientific principles of thermal transference to conduct a gentle pulse of heat to the hair. It features a unique innovation: a thermodynamic wire to transmit the heat to the hair.

There's a layman's write-up of how the no!no! works on their technology page. It's interesting, but I think most people would rather not read it. A thermodynamic wire? Why are you telling me about a wire when I'm about to shave my cooch? I'm sure the researchers who developed the no!no! are proud of their acheivement, but I think the rest of us just want to that it works, not how it works.

That said, this is professional hair-removal technology now available to the consumer. So expect a price which is somewhere in between. The no!no! will set you back $250.

"Everything you need to get started with no!no! is here: 3 short blades, 2 long blades, a storage bag..."

Sounds like we're playing Dungeons & Dragons.

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September 25, 2007

Venereous Mountain Mist

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So, you're thinking of shaving down there. Or perhaps you already have. Do you have an aftershave specially formulated for your nether region?

Allow me to introduce you to Venereous Mountain Mist from NewfBrand.com. Venereous Mountain Mist is 100% all natural with ingredients like Aloe Vera Juice, Witch Hazel, Liquid Silk Protein, Vitamin E, Essential Fragrance Oils. Want to put some Polysorbate 80 on your hotchie-coo? Look elsewhere.

Venereous (pronounced "Ve`ne´re`ous") has two common definitions. The first is:" Venereal; exciting lust; aphrodisiac." The second definition of venereous is: "Lustful; lascivious; libidinous."

Newfbrand is home-grown and family operated. Husband and wife team created the aftershave. Mom runs the company which is named after the dog (a Newfoundland). Got any questions? I'll bet they answer them personally.

Venereous Mountain Mist is $7.95 for a 4 oz. spray bottle or $11.95 for a 8 oz. spray bottle.

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August 7, 2007

New York Times on the Rise of the Philips Norelco BodyGroom

nytimesBodyGroom.jpgThe New York Times had an article last Sunday on the rise of the Philips Norelco Bodygroom. Seems a year ago before ShaveEverywhere.com launched the subject of men's hair grooming anywhere other than the head was taboo.

Today, the Bodygroom is one of at least four products in what’s seen as a distinct and fast-growing category; nearly 250,000 body-hair trimmers have been bought in the United States in the last year, according to NPD data (which does not count Wal-Mart). “Nobody was talking about this category,” Olstrom says. “Now it’s completely out in the open.”

Click on over to the New York Times article for a few pearls of wisdom from the marketing geniuses behind "Robe Guy". And make sure you see the new "Follicle Phil" video if you haven't already.

The Philips Norelco Bodygroom is $34.99.

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July 6, 2007

'Follicle' Phil Fontana and the Philips Norelco Bodygroom

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Oh man, are you in for a treat. Pull out those headphones or make sure no one else in the office can hear, then surf on over to the Philips Norelco Bodygroom website www.shaveeverywhere.com. Yeah, yeah, I know. Funny, but you've seen it before. Hold on - there's a new installment. Click on the "see how the Bodygroom saved the beach" beachball in the lower right corner, sit back, and enjoy.

This mock-umentary takes you through the brutal origins of unsightly body hair removal and makes you realize just how far we've come. Truer words were never spoken from 'Follicle' Phil Fontana, one of the poor souls who suffered through early barbaric hair removal innovations, just to get the girls. I shed a tear at the end for Frank Sack, the broken inventor, as his body hair was scattered from a boardwalk on Coney Island. So real.

Philips Norelco Bodygroom - $34.99. Removal of unsightly body hair - priceless.

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June 26, 2007

The Hair eRazor Pubic Shaver

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A reader wrote in recently about the Hair eRazor pubic shaver and I figured, hey, it's summer time. People are trimming down there for the beach. It's time for another pubic product. So check out the Hair eRazor, which, for $47.50 (plus $6.95 for shipping) comes with a free trimmer to help you get your pubes into a manageable, shaveable state.

And for a somewhat amusing comparison between the Hair eRazor and the always strong selling Seiko Clean-Cut, check out www.hairremovalshavers.com. I found this paragraph particularly entertaining:

Much is made about the difference between Japanese manufactured shavers and Chinese. The truth is that Chinese quality is now excellent. For example China is where your IPOD comes from. The Chinese are so advanced technologically that they are one of ONLY three nations to have put a man into Space. Nearly 99% of all shavers are made in China including some shavers which claim to be "made" in Japan but are actually made in China and simply assembled in Japan or vice versa. In short you can get a top quality pubic shaver with all recent the technological advances FOR LESS by buying the Hair eRazor.

Oh, snap! Japan, you just got served.

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December 11, 2006

This Just In - Philips Norelco BodyGroom

philipsBodyGroomSmall.jpgPeople often ask me "Russ, you talk a good talk. But can you walk the walk?" Well, all my talk is about to get put to the test. Seems Christmas came early in ShavingStuff land and a couple of Philips Norelco BodyGrooms showed up on our doorstep last week. One of them had my name on it. And while I may write the occasional pubic shaving piece, I've never actually shaved anything besides the whiskers on my face. However, for the love of the game, I and several other lucky ShavingStuff volunteers will be putting the BodyGroom to the test.

The BodyGroom website ShaveEverywhere.com all but guarantees an extra "optical inch." But what if you're metric? The instructions say "The Groomer should only be used on skin below the neckline." Is that true? Those answer and more, coming soon in the review.

Just to be clear, I will not be posting any before and after pictures. We've got keep some level of decency.

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November 27, 2006

Free Gift-Wrapping and Shipping on Select Philips Products at Amazon

philipsBodyGroomSmall.jpgWelcome to Cyber Monday - the day we all buy everything online that we didn't buy over the weekend. A great way to ease into the work week without doing any work. Tons of deals out there. Here's a good one from Amazon for all of us lazy folks - free gift-wrapping and free shipping of select Philips Norelco products including the wildly popular BodyGroom, as well as the Norelco 9190XL SmartTouchXL Shaving System.

9190xlSmall.jpgAlso included on this list is the Senseo HD7832/55 Supreme Single-Serve Gourmet Coffeemaker, for any of your surfers who clicked over from our sister site Single Serve Coffee

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November 14, 2006

The ShavingStuff 2006 Holiday Gift Guide

holiday_guide.jpgTrying to figure out the perfect gift for a loved one this year? You've come to the right place. It's the 2006 ShavingStuff Holiday Guide, and it's jam-packed with home runs from the shaving world. Hey Santa - I've been good. Real good.

Shaving Kits
Shaving kits are great way to go in the sub-$100 range. They generally provide shaving cream and a post-shave moisturizer, and are a great way in introduce someone to a brand's shaving system. Additional items often include handy travel bags and pre-shave cleansers. Here are some we think are winners:
MenScience TSA-Allowed Travel Kit $78
Daily Shave Kit from Menscience $55
Anything from the ZIRH holiday gift center $50 - $70 (and one for $239)
Baxter of California Shave 1.2.3 (with Dopp Bag) $75
The Hits Vol 1 from Billy Jealousy $50
The Perfect Shave from Anthony Logistics for Men $50
a|MEN|ity Limited Edition Gift Set $250
Still not seeing it? Surf on over to the Details for Men kit page and see what strikes your fancy.

Razors
We like power. Three, four, or five blades, shaving is better with power. Want the Cadillac of razors? Get the Fusion. Mid-range SUV? Schick Quattro. The old work-horse? M3Power.
Gillette-Fusion Power Razor and 4 Cartridge Pack $22.99
Schick Quattro Power $12.95
Gillette M3Power $6

Electric Razors
Electric razors are a great way to shave if you're beard grows slowly, you've got tough skin, or you just need a quick shave. They're also a great travel alternative where you can't predict your sink and lighting. Here are a couple we recommend:
Panasonic ES8077S Vortex Hydraclean System - $109.99
Braun 7505 Syncro UltraSpeed Shaver - $89.99
Norelco 7745X Cool Skin Wet / Dry Electric Shaver - $109.99
Panasonic ES7801S Triple Blade Wet/Dry Rechargeable Men's Shaver - $49.99

Accessories
Sometimes you have to dress your shave up. Accessorize! For that old-school barbershop shave experience right in the comfort of your own home, we recommend the Conair Hot Lather Machine. For those ingrown nasties which verge on requiring surgery, we recommend the Tweezerman. And for hair growing in places it shouldn't, we recommend the Remington Nose & Ear Trimmer.
ConAir Chrome Hot Lather Machine - $29.99
Tweezerman Stainless Steel Ingrown Hair Splintertweeze - $8.97
Remington Nose & Ear Trimmer - $5.99

Head Shaving
As we said last year, you could shave your head with a regular razor, or you could shave your head with something specially designed for the job. Hey - it's still your head.
HeadBlade Classic (in yellow) - $10.95
HeadBlade S4 (Signature Series Stainless Steel) - $74.95
DOVO Head Shaver - $19.99

Back Shaving
You may think you're bringing sexy back, but if you're bringing hairy back, you're bringing lonely back. Luckily there's a solution, aside from being mistaken for Azamat from the Borat movie.
MANGROOMER Back Hair Shaver - $39.95

Pubic Shaving
Last, but certainly not least, we have the category of pubic shaving. Men just love that extra optical inch provided by the BodyGroom, and women (and men) just love that smooth, clean... well... you know.
Philips Norelco BG2020 Men's Bodygroom - $34.99
Seiko Cleancut - $53.25

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October 19, 2006

Mega Mega's Review of the Philips Norelco BG2020 BodyGroom

Every so often I like to check in on items we covered in the past, and since the BodyGroom remains a hot seller, we're looking at it again today. Now there are a ton of articles and reviews on the web, but the one that everyone seems to have picked up on is by Amazon reviewer Mega Mega. Everyone is quoting Mega Mega's review of the BodyGroom. Sometimes you've got to follow the crowd.

Lets just say the "Bodygroom" is Shaft, Beanbag, and Starfish safe. No nicks or any pain...no worries...that does not mean go in there like a maniac...take your time [...] Here is a word of warning, if you are a hairy man in the posterior / back (buttocks cheeks) region, I would not suggest going bald there...although the bodygroom does yield very smooth results, re-growth maybe a little annoying. [...] All in All the boodygroom is a great product and offers a safe way to prep those sensitive areas. I can not at this time give you a female perspective on this product...I can only assume that it will yeild similar results...I will keep you informed of any new developments.

And if Mega Mega suddenly turns into a female, we'll keep you informed of that development as well. The Philips Norelco Bodygroom is $39.99 at Amazon.

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