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The weather outside is refreshing which means its time to store away those cozy sweaters and coats and get out your flowery sundresses and denim shorts! But do you know what else that means? Time for silky smooth legs! Thanks to BzzAgent, I had the opportunity to review and try the new BIC Soleil Glow disposable razors.
Now these razors are guaranteed a flawless finish. The comfort shield head glides gently without getting a nick here and there while also pivoting for a sleek finish. Each razor has 3 flexible blades with lubricating strips to soften your skin while shaving and a plastic cap to protect the blades for more uses. The rubber grip on each razor makes handling it in the shower so much easier and comfortable to work with.
Now what I do like about these razors that gives it its own unique stance is the color scheme. You'll receive three pastel (green, purple, and pink) razors in each package because why can't we have cute razors to shave with? Another plus is the price. MSRP of $6.99 for one package of 3 is a huge bargain in my opinion. Can you imagine the price when you find them on sale? The bonus coupon also made me happy to find. I'm not sure if there's one included in each package but I guess that's for us to find out.
Overall I highly recommend to give these a try. I'm very familiar with the BIC brand and so far I haven't been disappointed. These razors will be great to stock up on all summer long. They're way less than your average leading brand and so much better than the cheap ones you can find for almost the same price. You can't go wrong with these!
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