The Leaf Razor - Sustainable Triple Blade - Pivoting Head
There is no razor like The Leaf, they've completely re-written the future of shaving with this beautiful all metal razor. It's truly designed for any body, shaving anywhere head to toe. What sets it apart? Load multiple blades (you choose: 1, 2 or 3 to customize it), and the unique pivoting head not found on any other safety razor.
The Leaf's multi-blade design is engineered to be gentle, adjustable and efficient. Users report faster shave times, safer shavings than traditional safety razors and a way lower learning curve. The Leaf razor covers a lot of ground very efficiently, and the long, balanced handle delivers superior control while shaving.
All-metal razor, built to last.
This razor is a tool, with utility and a life that will grow old with you. It’s durable and resilient, finished to resist rust and corrosion with simple care. Backed by a lifetime warranty, The Leaf is with you for as long as you want to keep shaving. If it ever finds an end of life, it’ll be recycled as scrap metal having served well. Your old razor will look and feel like a toy after switching. Welcome to the last razor you'll ever buy.
What's Included with a razor purchase:
The Leaf razor (and matching stand stand if that option is chosen) (1x)
10-blade starter pack (1x)
🌍 Plastic-Free Packaging
Razor Stand (not sold separately)
Blade tin for recycling blades
50 blade refill pack
Is this a fit for me?
You can shave anywhere with your Leaf razor, from head to toe, and in between. It's a favourite of body shavers (legs, underarms, chest etc.) and head shavers as it efficiently covers lots of ground. If you're looking for a plastic-free razor that is most similar to what you're using now, The Leaf is the best choice.
The Leaf Razor is built to last. And as long as you care for the razor, it will care for you. Here are a few overall guidelines that you can follow:
How long do the blades last?
This can vary person-to-person; the best thing to do is swap your blades when you feel them starting to dull. On average you can expect 8 to 12 shaves. Some may swap every week, others every 3 months - so learn how it works for you.
Once a month, or as needed, perform a deep clean. Keep an old toothbrush handy and with a small amount of dish soap, scrub up some bubbly and clean out the nooks and crannies. For a finishing touch, try a dip in rubbing alcohol to disinfect and wick away the moisture from the cleaning.
Day To Day Care
Give your razor a thorough rinse after each use. Ideally, open the head up and rinse any residual soap or hair from inside the razor and blades. Keep stored in a dry place. If you are going to store it in the shower, at least make sure it’s not directly under running water.
If you find that your razor has tough soap residue or hard water stains: prepare a bath for the razor made up of 1 part vinegar, 1 part water. Let the razor soak for 10 minutes. The vinegar will break down mineralized water and soap residue. Following the bath, scrub the razor as described above, and buff with a soft cloth or towel.
Care for your razor. A few tips for keeping the Leaf in tip-top shape.
Open up your razor and rinse it thoroughly inside and out after each use. Rinse and dry the blades (or allow them to dry) before re-loading. Store in a cool, dry place.
If your razor needs a deeper cleaning (maybe once a month), use a drop of dish soap and a soft brush, like an old toothbrush, and scrub the nooks and crannies.
For tougher build-ups or hard water marks, soak your razor in a solution of 1 part white vinegar and 2 parts water for up to 10 minutes, then scrub with a drop of dish soap and a soft brush before towel drying. Do not let the razor soak for an extended period of time.