Single Edge Razor Blades


50 single-edge blades designed to fit perfectly in your Leaf Razor! These platinum coated razor blades deliver a consistently close shave with each use. 

Disposable plastic razors

Open the blade holder by turning the screw counterclockwise. Load one, two, or three blades depending on your preference. Then, fasten the blade holder by turning the screw clockwise. Load the top blade only for the mildest shave possible with The Leaf. Adding the middle blade gives you a moderately close shave. Using all three blades delivers the closest shave.

Leaf has specifically designed their single-edge half blades for the highest quality shave possible. However, any standard double-edge razor blade will work. Just snap them in half (while it's in its paper wrap!) before use with Leaf Shave razors (otherwise, you won’t be able to load them).

Give your razor head a thorough rinse inside and out after shaving to get rid of any shaving soap or hair. Periodically run your razor through a deeper clean. Use a drop of dish soap and a soft brush (like an old toothbrush) and scrub in the nooks and crannies. For tougher build-ups or hard water marks, soak your razor in a solution of 1 part white vinegar and 1 part water for up to 10 minutes, then scrub with a drop of dish soap and a soft brush before towel drying.

Made using cold-forged Swedish steel, with a platinum coating to stay sharper longer.

Paper box.

Leaf uses innovation to challenge the status quo. That means re-building products that you use daily from the ground up, and looking creatively at what they can bring to the table that’s new. Leaf packages and ships 100% plastic-free. They measure, record and aggressively offset the carbon footprint of their organization and they financially support climate action non-profit work (The Adaptation Fund in 2019). Designed in Pittsburgh, co-founders Adam and Adam's goal is for every person to ditch disposable plastics for their shave.

Leaf offers a blade takeback program that lets you send blades back for recycling. To do this, collect blades in an upcycled tin (ex. an old mint tin), pack it up and send it to: Leaf Shave c/o RECYCLE, 40 Taugwonk Spur Road Unit 30, Stonington, CT 06378. Or drop them off at our store which is a participant in the blade takeback program.

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