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Sensitive Care

For Schick Hydro Silk Sensitive Care Replacement Blades

razor refills

What it is: A 5 blade replacement head with aloe strips for soothing sensitive skin.

Key Ingredients: metal, plastic, glycerin, aloe

How it feels/smells/looks: They smell fresh when you first buy them. They have five blades, two moisturizing strips, and a bottom rubber guard for sensitive skin like mine.

Why I like it: These are the only blades that I will ever use until they get discontinued. The type of razor that I have (razor/trimmer in one) might have something to do with it, because it allows the head to pivot and get all those difficult areas like around the ankle bones and knee caps. I have never gotten a nick with this blade, which is something that has never happened before. I used to use the disposable version of this blade, but it doesn’t work nearly as good as this one. I don’t get any missing spots. It cuts my hairs with ease, a feat I only thought possible using a blade made for men. Woman razors have come a long way.

With Love,



9 thoughts on “Sensitive Care”

    1. I really love these blades! I haven’t shaved my legs in like a month. They are so hairy, but I cannot bend enough to do it. I’m going to wear shorts and ask my dad to do it for me before I go insane.

      1. That’s good! I took the dogs for a walk, gave them a bath, blogged, watched a movie, and am now finishing up a post for today before getting in an hour of reading. What are your plans for the rest of the day?

      2. We haven’t picked one yet. Beth wants me to watch one with her but we can never just choose one! But we probably won’t start til 4 so we have time. I like hallmark movies.

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