Get an extremely close shave while using a piece of history with these Vintage Straight Razors. With heritages dating back to the 1920s and '30s, these immaculate blades are in like new or better condition, with authentic vintage designs as well as original scales, pins, and super-sharp blades that will remind you why you ditched your electric razor in the first place.
Whether you're an old pro at wetshaving or new to the game, the Merkur Heavy Classic Safety Razor ($49) will have you shaving more closely than ever before in no time. Handcrafted and double-edged, the Merkur's chunky body provides extra weight, letting you apply less pressure, resulting in a more comfortable, smoother shave.
Sure, there are cheaper shaving sets you could buy, but practically none that look this good. The Olive Wood Shaving Set ($200) is handmade in Germany, with olive wood handles, plated metal accents, silver-tipped badger hair in the brush, Gillette Mach 3 blades in the razor, and an included, minimalist stand.
Get a clean, close, and refreshing shave with Proraso Shaving Cream ($11). Made with eucalyptus oil, menthol, and glycerin, Proraso promises to soften even the heaviest of beards, leaving you with a smooth shave and well-moisturized, nourished skin.
Shaving oil or shaving cream? Get the best of both worlds with the Eyre BioBotanics Absolute Shaving System ($39). The organic, 100% natural shaving solution combines both Lemon Myrtle Shaving Oil and Kunzea Shaving Cream in a dual-chambered can, letting you prepare your skin for the shave with the oil, then lather on the rich cream to get a smooth, close, comfortable shave.