For Valentine's Day, why not have smooth legs instead? As a member of the SLC (Single Ladies Club) I'm not thinking about Thursday as "Valentine's Day", but rather simply "Thursday". But if you're NOT a member of the SLC and DO have a boo to impress, why not impress with this?
I got my Bzzkit in the mail and promptly tried it out. Let me take this time to say that as a BzzAgent, I receive units for review for free or at a discounted price and that my opinion is 100% mine based on my experience.
I had previous experience with Schick using their Xtreme3 sensitive disposable mens razors, and while I originally had liked using it, for the last couple of months. I would avoid shaving because the process would irritate my skin and leave razor burn, which isn't good in the slightest, especially when using it in your bikini area. So when I got invited to this campaign, I decided, 'It couldn't hurt to try a new razor' so I got in on the action. As I tried it I realized it didn't even feel like I was shaving. The water-activated moisturizing serum left my legs super soft and I didn't even use shaving cream. I just wet the blade cartridge with a little water and started shaving. No irritation afterward. Just silky smooth gams.
The handle was ergonomic and intuitively fit in my hand and has rubber grip points so you don't accidently slip and knick yourself. The starter kit came with an extra blade cartridge and suction holder to keep in the shower.
The only thing that concerns me is the price for the refill cartridges. Hydro Silk razors can be bought at grocery stores and mass retailers for an average price of $9.49 and the 4-pack refill cartridge retails around $15.11. That's a little steep for a pack of 4. I have yet to confirm those prices at my local drugstore where I usually buy my shaving products, but I'll be sure to check back in with those prices.
But despite the price for the retail cartridge, I'll probably just suck it up and pay, and continue to use this razor.
TIP: One thing I learned in maintaining a razor is that water is the main component in making them go dull. After each shave I dry the blades in order to preserve them. This makes them last a little bit longer, getting an extra shave or two out of them.