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Venus Spa Breeze Razor (White)
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- 3 blades for a close shave
- Built-in Shave Gel Bars with white tea scent
- Interchangeable Razor Blade Refill Cartridges
- Shaving Compact for in-shower refill storage
- Soft grip handle for no-slip control
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Gillette Venus Spa Breeze Razor.
The secret to an easy yet indulgent shave? Venus® Spa Breeze® . Simply add water for a skin-loving, light lather and a smooth shavewithout needing separate shave gel. Even better, the shave gel bars include the soothing scent of white tea to soothe your senses.
Venus® products are designed to fit all lifestyles, whether you seek the perfect shave or an indulging and pampering experience. Venus® encourages all women to reveal their inner Goddess making them feel sexy, confident and care-free.
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Versatile and convenient. Now it's easy to have dramatically smooth skin anytime.
The 5-blade closeness you love that work with any Venus® razor handle.
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Well, there are several issues with this razor. During the first use, I noticed two things: One, there is a lot of slobbery goop coming off the razor... and two, the shave gel bars that sit above and below the blades make it very difficult to get a close shave. They do flex a little, but especially when they are new, they are cumbersome and they block the blades from getting close enough to the skin, especially in contoured areas like the knee and the bikini area. It does moisturize well, though, and at least for the first use or two, you won't need to use any shaving cream. I didn't have any razor burn, but I had a lot of stray hairs around my knees that I wasn't able to shave.
By the third use, those gel bars have worn down a little (or a lot) and you can get a closer shave. But now with less slobbery gel goop, you are very likely to have irritated skin or little cuts. I have to use soap to lubricate my skin before shaving if the cartridge is not brand new, and I keep cutting my armpit with this razor and I didn't seem to have that problem with the regular Venus razor.
The gel is either gone or falls off by about the fifth or sixth use. These cartridges are just way too expensive to have to replace them so often. I found that leaving the razor in the shower cuts it's life even shorter so I keep it in a cupboard when I'm not using it... so the razor caddy that sticks to the wall in the shower doesn't serve much purpose. Maybe if you are the only one who uses your shower and you shave every time you're in there you can get some use out of it.
I like using this on my legs during the summer when I shave every day and I don't want to spend the extra time with shaving cream. I don't like using this on my armpits and bikini area; I keep cutting myself or leaving stubble. I wouldn't buy this again- the regular Venus is easier to maneuver and shaves closer. Even if I have to buy shaving cream again.
I haven't cut my legs while shaving for probably 10 years...until today, when I used this razor. Because the head is very wide (to contain the soap strips), it is difficult to see if you're actually cutting the hairs short enough, or maybe you're just cutting them "shorter" but not shaving them down to the skin. I found myself pressing very hard to make sure the razor blades would reach the skin, and unfortunately, four times they not only reached the skin but went below it.
I won't be using the Spa Breeze again. But maybe this is just me.
So I was excited to learn that Venus had come out with their own version of the Intuition and knew I had to try it.
The first thing I noticed about the VENUS BREEZE is that it had considerably improved the built-in gel bars on the razor. Where Intuition had a massive amount of shave bar all the way around the razor, leaving much wasted when the area that actually lathers the skin runs out, VENUS BREEZE had gel bars on the top and the bottom. Yes, the bottom area still runs out first, as it is used the most, but there is very little on the top bar wasted when the bottom bar is gone. From both a conservation aspect and a money-saving aspect, I like this a lot.
The razor gives a good shave, but I had a similar problem with it nicking me too frequently. My daily razor is actually another Venus product, the Gillette Venus Vibrance Soothing Vibrations Razor for Women, 1 Razor. I don't have the same problem with frequent nicks using the Venus Vibrance as I do with the VENUS BREEZE. That alone is the main reason I discontinued use of the VENUS BREEZE.
Also, the VENUS BREEZE is a little more difficult to use in the bikini area, as it is wider than a regular razor.
The gel bars themselves do a decent job of lathering your skin for the shave, but I found the gel felt somewhat gooey. While it isn't necessarily a problem, it just felt sort of weird to me and I didn't care for the texture. This on its own would have been negated by the convenience of using a one-step razor, but the issue with frequent nicks was a dealbreaker for me.
That's right, I am not reviewing from personal experience, but when my daughter demands a product like she does this one, I know that it is good. She gives it a big recommendation, and expects to go on using these for a long time to come.