The Best Razors to Keep You Looking So Fresh and So Clean

I know, I know it’s easy to feel like those newly grown-out whiskers make you look rugged and ready to take on the world, but let me be the one to tell you before your friends and family are forced to: you need a new razor. Like, now. Believe me. There is a difference between “growing a beard” and “letting yourself slip precipitously into terrifying hermit territory,” and sadly, my friend, you’re tending towards the latter. It’s time to clean yourself up. And copping a grip of new razors is the best place to start.

Frankly, when it comes to re-upping your supply of razors you aren’t left with a whole lot of excuses. Because right now, there’s more than a handful of truly excellent choices at pretty much ever price point imaginable. Looking for something super inexpensive and fairly disposable? I got you. In the mood to invest in an option that’ll keep you stubble-free for years to come? No problem. To help point you in the right direction (and, eventually, win back the grudging respect of those closest to you), I rounded up some of the year’s best razors so you can start your search on the right track.

And tell your buddies to stop calling me. It’s not my fault you’re creeping their kids out over Zoom. Buy the damn razors, dude. I can’t keep on making apologies for your appearance. It’s embarrassing for everyone.

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Hybrid 4 Flex Razor

Bic amazon.com

$7.99

$5.68 (29% off)

If you’re looking for a disposable razor, Bic is always a solid option. Buy a pack and keep it on hand just in case. 

Gillette

Mach3 Razor amazon.com

$7.95

For a solid shaving experience, you can pretty much always count on Gillette. The Mach 3 offers a happy-medium of three blades. 

The Truman Razor

Harry’s harrys.com

$9.00

Guarantee a super close shave every time by constantly having fresh, sharp blades. A monthly Harry’s subscription will help you get there.

Fusion5 Razor

Gillette amazon.com

$9.97

Gillette’s Fusion 5 features a precision blade on the back for perfect edges at tough spots like your sideburns. 

Sense Sensitive Razor

Schick amazon.com

$20.97

If your skin is on the sensitive side, get a razor made with that in mind. This one uses a shock absorbing technology to help you apply just the right amount of pressure. 

Safety Razor

Bevel getbevel.com

$39.96

Bevel’s sleek design masks a ruthlessly efficient product that’ll leave your face stubble-free, sans any bumps or irritation, every time. 

The Closer 5-Blade Razor

Jack Black nordstrom.com

$50.00

Jack Black’s ergonomic precision trimmer offers an inset pad grip for added control and super easy handling so you won’t slip and nick yourself while you’re shaving. 

Morris Park Signal Razor

The Art of Shaving amazon.com

$60.00

If you prefer a sold razor that you can swap blades in and out of, look to The Art of Shaving. The well-designed handles double as stylish additions to your bathroom sink.

Safety Razor

Baxter of California baxterofcalifornia.com

$75.00

If you haven’t considered the safety razor, you should. A single blade means less irritation for most, and Baxter’s looks damn good sitting on your sink. 

D R Harris

Three-Piece Safety Razor mrporter.com

$96.00

If you’re looking to invest in an old-school style from an old-school brand, it doesn’t get much more legit than D R Harris, which has been in business since 1790.

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