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The Caliquo safety razor with rechargeable blade is ideal for an easy, fast and close shave. Water resistant thanks to its oak handle, its Zamak head prevents the formation of rust. It will perfectly replace your disposable razors! Go zero waste now :)
A safety razor isn't just a handle and a blade, it's actually a little more than that. It is a tailor-made razor that adapts to all needs. Forgotten for years, we talk about it again more and more. Yet it is an object that was patented in 1880, which makes it the ancestor of shaving.
It is also called safety razor or mechanical razor. It offers the big advantage of having a close shave, without irritation. Unlike a cartridge razor (multi-blade), the safety razor has only one blade, which can be replaced whenever you want. It is designed to last a lifetime, or even be passed down from generation to generation, which gives it undeniable economic and ecological advantages.
For comparison, a disposable razor is made up of 59 grams of plastic of fossil origin that will go to the trash between 6 and 10 shaves later.
Thanks to the Caliquo safety razor, you find this traditional technique and the pleasure of having a unique object designed in natural material for an optimal shave. Handcrafted in Normandy and the Jura by cabinetmakers and woodturners, the Caliquo razor is made of a hand-turned oak wood handle treated with linseed oil for optimal weather resistance. 'water.
The head and its closed comb are in chromed zamak. Zamak is an alloy of 5 non-ferrous metals (to prevent rust) which contains a portion of recycled materials. The Caliquo safety razor uses a head designed for maximum safety when used with a blade protruding less than a millimeter from the razor head.
This safety razor is sold without shaving blades but you can buy blades on our site : see here
+ A practical, precise, elegant, efficient, economical and ecological razor
+ Perfect for a traditional quality shave
+ Ideal for sensitive skin: no burns or irritation when shaving
+ Safety: minimized risk of serious cuts
+ Suitable for both men and women
+ Excellent hold even with wet hands
+ To be kept for life
+ Zero waste: Keep the razor, replace only the blade
+ Oak wood handle treated with linseed oil
+ Head and comb in chromed zamak thus avoiding any formation of rust
+ Handmade in Normandy and the Jura by cabinetmakers and wood turners
Being a precise and very handy tool, the safety razor is ideal for drawing the contours of the beard. But it is also used for the complete shaving of the legs or the armpits for example. In practice, here's how it works :
Cleanse your skin with warm water. Then, use a foam, gel, soap or moisten a solid shaving bar (see here) then pass it over the skin to deposit a creamy foaming cream. First shave in the direction of the hair. If there are still some hairs, then pass the safety razor in the other direction, and to the left and the right if necessary.
Small shaving tip : you can clean the shaved surface with cold water to close the pores and avoid irritation. For even more hydration, you can also apply our solid cocoa butter (see here).
Shaving tips for all skin types :
The perfect shaving angle is 30° to the skin. Do not press the razor too hard on your skin. Constant pressure is required for maximum effectiveness. Prefer the beginning of the day to shave. Because in the evening, the skin is more fragile.
Nothing's easier ! First thing before first use, unscrew the headstock. Then, detach the comb from the head to slide your blade into it. Put the blade on the head then put the comb back in the right direction. Finally, screw everything back onto the handle. By screwing, the head will tilt the blade slightly to ensure maximum safety while shaving.
After each shave, remove the blade and rinse it, to prevent rust. Let it dry on a cloth high up (away from the little ones, of course!) and put it away until the next use.
The frequency varies depending on the area shaved, the type of hair, the number of blade passes and how you store them between uses. On average, we advise you to change them every 3 to 4 shaves !
The average use of a disposable razor is one week (varies according to skin and hair type). For a moderately hard beard, it is advisable to change disposable razors after 6 shaves, i.e. 48 razors/year... The production of 2800 classic disposable razors (from a well-known brand) is equivalent to the fuel consumption of a small-displacement car for 100 km. It's up to you to do the math...
Say goodbye to plastic with this safety razor. Here we are talking about an oak wood handle and a stainless steel head. A razor made to last a lifetime. It replaces tons of disposable razors !
The handle is made of oak wood from European wood, turned and handcrafted in Normandy and the Jura by cabinetmakers and wood turners.
The head and comb of this razor are made of zamak. It is an alloy of 5 non-ferrous metals, preventing rust. It may contain some recycled material (approx. 20%) > car engine, soda can for aluminium; demolition materials for copper and zinc. This material is manufactured in Eastern European countries and is delivered in the form of ingots to France where it will be transformed to become these razor heads.
Handle: 10.2 cm (including 8.3 cm in wood)
Head + comb: 1 cm x 4 cm x 2.4 cm
What do a toothbrush, a phone charging cable and a garbage bag have in common? Well, all these objects, very useful in everyday life, are made from plastic!
The problem, we all know it: the management of the 100 million tons of plastic objects that we find everywhere, in our cities, our forests, our countryside, our seas and our oceans.
At Caliquo, we try, through our eco-responsible products, to offer an answer to these two questions:
1 - What can be done to limit plastic consumption ?
2 - What to do to produce differently ?
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