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Shave Mob Review and Giveaway

Summer may be done but shaving is still a priority!!  

I am still doing a happy dance because I will not need to purchase a new razor for some time!  Thank you Shave MOB for sending me samples to conduct my review and sending one lucky reader some Shave MOB razors as well.  :) I also like that my razor came in the color pink!   I know I am a girly girl but its more fun to shave with a pretty color razor.  :) Be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom of the page.  

About Shave MOB:

Don't worry, all our blades work with all of our handles so you aren't stuck.
Each supply gives you two cartridges per month - our blades rock so you DON'T have to change often.
When it's time to pay, you'll be saving up to 70% compared to comparable premium razors.
You get your entire shipment all at once, not once per month - you save on shipping, packing, and handling.
We'll send you an email. Simply click, confirm. If you want to change your order, it's easy.
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I was pleasantly shocked to find a huge razor with 6, yes 6 blades!  I had no idea that even existed! So I immediately put that razor head on my razor and put it in the shower!  I have used it several times and it is working well. My favorite feature is being able to use any blade on my razor!  As my husband says it I have a "razor graveyard" from all my razors without heads.  
Use this discount code: BUDDY3F76G to save $1 when you spend $10!  

Enter to win a razor using the easy rafflecopter form below.  

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Unknown said…
Pick me. Pick me!!!
Anonymous said…
This is such a good idea! I love it so much! Thanks for sharing!
kathy dalton said…
i am currently using cheap dollar store razors :(
Sadie said…
I am currently using Venus razors.
Kathleen said…
I have been using Gillette Venus.

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