The Merkur Progress was first launched in 1955. It has become a classic in the world of wet shaving.
Find out more about the enduring appeal of the Merkur Progress in Brian’s latest blog post.
Our Natural Shaving Cream launched four years ago and from day one it has never been out of our top five selling items.
In his latest blog post Brian makes some interesting and perhaps controversial views on the demise of the big three London shaving brands: Taylor of Old Bond Street, Truefitt & Hill and Geo. F. Trumper.
Read the full article to see if you agree with him or not.
Over the last few months our Citrus Kiss shaving cream and aftershave balm have really taken off with our customers. The subtle Mediterranean fragrance is perfect for the Spring and Summer months.
Read all about the continued rise of this fantastic shaving cream and balm in our latest blog post.
Q: Does using a quality shaving cream or soap make much of a difference to your shave?
Get the answer to this question from our new Digital Content Consultant, Mark, in his first blog post.
Read all about the inspiration and development of our first ever aftershave lotion - Duine Fon Choill - in Brian's latest blog post.
Launched back in December 2018, the Fuar Ach Snog range of menthol shaving products are ideal for use during the hot Spring and Summer months.
Light and cooling they offer a fresh alternative to the more commonly available shaving products.
Find out more about this unique range in our latest blog post.
What’s the difference between the Gillette Fatboy and Slim razors?
We get asked this question about the iconic Gillette Fatboy and the Gillette Slim razor almost everyday. Find out the what makes these two razors so desirable and so different in Brian's latest blog post.
Celebrate the five year anniversary of our classic Braveheart safety razor with our new Braveheart Anniversary Set. Find out all about it in Brian's latest blog post.
These days, smart thinking people want to recycle as much metal as we possibly can, the planet has finite resources and every little helps. This includes used safety razor blades. From a health and safety aspect, it is only common sense and decency to dispose of used blades safely, refuse workers deserve protection from irresponsibly dumped razor blades.
Discover the perfect solution to disposing of your used razor blades in Brian's latest blog post.