You deserve to look good
We all have things that are important to us and that we want to give our best impression. Whether it's an interview, a date, or a job, a clean, smooth shave is a rite of passage that we all should enjoy.
What are razor bumps?
Razor bumps are caused by improper shaving tools and products. When hairs are cut beneath the skin, they tend to curl and bend as they grow back, forming unsightly, and often painful, bumps.
But nothing seems to work
Multi-blade razors are designed to pull the hairs and cut them below skin level. This causes razor bumps and irritation.
Electric razors don't cause as much irritation but don't give a smooth close shave either.
Depilatory creams include hazardous chemicals that can burn your face and result in dark spots. They also smell terrible.
There has to be a better way
If you take a look at photos from 100 years ago, you'll notice that no one has razor bumps and yet they're all clean shaven. How is this? It's because they did not shave with the tools we use today. Back then the best way to shave was using a single blade safety razor. And it's still the best way to shave today.
You might be thinking, if double edge safety razors are really the solution, then why are they not more popular and why didn't I already know about this? The answer is patents. In the early 1900's the largest razor manufacturer patented and was founded on their double edge safety razor. However about 20-30 years later the patent ran out opening the market up to many new players, which drove down prices. This didn't help profits at all so the manufacturer and others created and patented razors with 2 blades, then 3 once that patent ran out, and so on up to 6 blade contraptions.
The result is a less superior product for us in exchange for higher profits for them. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Why a single blade razor?
Unlike a multi-blade razor, which is designed to pull the hairs and cut them below skin level, a single blade razor cuts the hair level with your skin, avoiding ingrown hairs.
Bevel is the first and only end to end shaving system specifically designed to reduce and prevent razor bumps and irritation. It is a 5 part system, including a designed from the ground up single blade safety razor that has been clinically proven to reduce your razor bumps and prevent irritation in those with coarse, curly hair.
Engineered with perfectly polished edges, sharp enough for the coarsest of hairs without being overly aggressive. Expect a smooth shave, free of tugging, pulling, and irritation.×
Razor head: sized and designed for effortless, precise maneuvering.×
Brass weighted to provide a comfortable balance with the bevel razor head. Generous length allows for a natural, intuitive shave.×
5 part system
In addition to the Bevel razor, your Bevel shaving experience arrives complete with Priming Oil to protect your skin before each shave, hydrating Shave Cream, post-shave Restoring Balm to repair your skin and a high quality Badger Brush to lift the hairs. When used together, the Bevel Shaving System will help you achieve smoother, irritation-free skin.
The Bevel system revolutionizes shaving for men with curly hair. It is a comprehensive system that is easy to use, effective and convenient. I am confident that the Bevel system will reduce the number of men suffering with razor bumps in my office.
4 out of 5 men reported clearer skin
A four week user-perception study was conducted prior to making Bevel available to the public. In just four weeks, four out of five men reported an overall improvement in skin clarity, smoothness, and softness using Bevel's razor blades. They reported a shave that is closer than other methods of hair removal. Participants also reported positive changes in the reduction of ingrown hairs and an improvement in the appearance of razor bumps.
But don't just take our word for it
Bevel is the only system I trust for a closely shaven head and neck without irritation, PERIOD! Finally a product that works for men of color.
Before Bevel, I never shaved the hair that grows under my neck because of razor bumps. With Bevel, that's no longer an issue.