Why Men's Razors Are Better Than Women's

why men's razors are better than women's I have a little confession to make today on the blog -- I use men's razors. I have for a year or so and, honestly, I don't think I could go back to women's razors. Why? Well, simply because men's razors are better than women's.

It all started a little over a year ago when I didn't have my razor so I used Mr. T's. Seriously, you guys, it was like heaven. And I was hooked.

So here's why I think men's razors are better than women's.

They glide over your legs like a waterfall over a mountain.

OK, that's probably a poor comparison or whatever. But the first time I used Mr. T's razor, that baby just went over my legs. I didn't have to turn my hand in all these weird angles. It was fantastic.

I didn't cut myself once.

And I've rarely ever cut myself since. I think it's because I don't have to put myself in all these weird positions to get the spots I need to. Oh and I never get razor burn either.

They make shaving so much faster.

Seriously, I don't know if it's the gliding like a waterfall stuff or what, but I find it doesn't take me near as long to shave with a men's razor.

They're just razors (which is what I want).

Women's razors get too caught up in soft skin and this kind of lotion and this kind of soap and this kind of whatever. Men's razors don't get involved with all of those bells and whistles. They just shave and that's all I want them to do. I have lotion and other smelly good products to deal with all of the other stuff.

The shave is so much closer.

I don't know how many times I shaved with a women's razor only to realize I still have a little something left. I find that rarely happens with men's razors.

They're cheaper.

Now, granted, I made the switch when I lived in NYC and razors cost a whole month's rent, but even in the Midwest those things are so much cheaper.

So there ya have it. If you haven't tried a men's razor you should probably get on that.