Order of the Razor

The Order is for Gentlemen dedicated to the manly art or facial hair management and beautification.It's also for the ladies who appreciate these same men and want to add their opinions on the subject.

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Safety razor history (1847)

Started by Captain. Last reply by Captain Jan 22, 2019. 4 Replies

In 1847 William Samuel Henson patented the "comb tooth guard or protector" for razors then the T-handled razor.  T-handled safety razors did not really go into production until the 1880s.  These had…Continue

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Those evil electric razors

Started by Captain. Last reply by Captain Aug 21, 2017. 3 Replies

The Electric Razor (1910)Colonel Jacob Schick dreamed up the electric razor after spending time in Alaska, where he got sick and tired of lathering up with freezing cold water before he had to shave.…Continue

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Favorite type of razors ?

Started by Captain Lachlan Bellraven. Last reply by Chris Rose Apr 22, 2017. 18 Replies

 I thought this would be a safe topic for opening the group. Some men prefer electric idea why, there are the disposable razor gentlemen , and the more old school traditionalists such as…Continue

After shave spray?

Started by Lady Brielle Serra Apr 21, 2017. 0 Replies

My very picky grandfather gave this as the only idea for a birthday gift. None of the local department stores have it, not even the fancy shave shop nearby(well, nearby in Ohio as I am visiting right…Continue

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Comment by Captain on July 26, 2018 at 6:56pm

This curious shaving accessory is a Twinplex Stropper which could be an impressive addition to your zombie apocalypse kit if it just worked as advertised.  In theory these  neat little gadgets will resharpen a double edged razor blade to get more shaves.  Typical DE blades are good for about 5 shaves.  

To date I have had less than no luck with mine.  It seems to actually dull blades so that they pull hair.  It is a nicely made gizmo with a cool old fashioned weight to it.  Demonstration video  I have not found anyone even on shaving forums who claims to have had any success with a Twinplex Stropper yet. 

This would be a wonderfully steamy device if I can just get it to work. 

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Comment by Captain on April 30, 2017 at 5:46pm

One piece of prematurely abandoned shaving technology that our grandcestors knew was alum crystals.  These will quickly and neatly stop bleeding from minor cuts and nicks, prevent infection, and even tighten the skin.  I highly recommend buying one.

Witch hazel and styptic pencil were alternatives. 

Alum crystals are also advertised as "lifetime antiperspirant" but results may vary. 

You can find alum crystals for sale in local shaving and barber shops for about $10.00 which is not bad considering how many years they last (unless you drop them).  You can also find them on Ebay and Amazon. 

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