Wilkinson Sword introduces the new 'Hydro Comfort Skin Reset', their first razor designed to comfortably tackle up to 7-days of hair growth, with less tugging and pulling (vs. Hydro 5). The unique comb guard aligns hair with the leading blade for a close shave and helps prevent irritation. Dermatologist tested – the razor is designed for maximum comfort. Easy-to-rinse blades have three layers of comfort coating and Skin Guards on each blade for extra protection. This shaving razor for men also features a flip-back precision trimmer to edge and trim in hard-to-reach places. Packaging is made from more than 90% recycled paper and recyclable.
Buy TheChicGeek's latest book FashionWankers - HERE
Check out TheChicGeek's new shop of fabulous plants & books - Give me Penis Cactus!
American shaving brand, Harry’s, launches a new range of hair and shower products. Four hair styling products include; Texturizing Putty (£9), Taming Cream (£7), Sculpting Gel (£7) and 2-in-1 Shampoo & Conditioner (£8). While three shower gels - Shiso, Stone & Fig - are without the use of sulphates, dyes or parabens and priced at just £5.
Left - Harry's haircare going American super-size - 414ml - 2-in-1 Shampoo & Conditioner - £8
TheChicGeek says, “Harry’s has done that difficult thing of becoming trusted and familiar for one thing - razors - so that they can easily add new products and ranges and be welcomed by consumers.
This affordable end of the market is getting busy and prices are keen. Bulldog’s new shower gels were 500ml and priced at £4.50, though, disappointingly, they didn’t smell of very much. The one here is still a decent sized 250ml and available at £5.
They are still talking about ‘disrupting’ things, but after being bought by Wilkinson Sword for $1.37bn (£1bn) in May, this year (2019), I think it’s safe to say they are now part of the grooming establishment yet they're still cool. (For now).
These products are serious American sizes. The shampoo/conditioner is a whopping 414ml. That could last me a whole year I think! I don’t usually like combined shampoo/conditioners, but this feels like more like a shampoo and has a refreshing peppermint scent.
The shower gel is pretty standard. I tried ‘Stone’, it “brings the outdoors inside, transporting you to a fresh air walk along rocky cliffs at dawn”,or so the blurb says. I didn’t quite get that, I was looking more for “wet Monday in Croydon” but there’s certainly nothing wrong with this for your everyday bodywash.
Unless your order is over £10 you have to pay £3.95 delivery which does start making these much more expensive and shows the difficulty of selling single products online, but you can now get Harry’s at Boots.”
Disclosure - A sample was gifted by Harry's for review