The Twig Razor by Leaf Shave is a sleek single-blade, fixed-head razor designed to be easy to use for tighter spots. Unlike traditional double-edge safety razors, The Twig is tuned to be forgiving for a quicker, easier learning curve.
The Twig is half the size of the Leaf Shave The Leaf Razor and uses the smallest safety razor head available, which makes it easier to reach tight spots such as underarms and the bikini line or for crisp edges.
One Twig razor
One 5-blade starter pack
Made from durable Zinc Alloy so it can be reused over and over again making it an environmentally friendly option. Weighs 51 grams. Also available in the larger Leaf Razor suitable for a larger surface area.
The base material is a zinc-alloy which is then finished via electroplating or PVD finishing (Mercury / Gold) for corrosion protection. The small parts in the head of the razor are stainless steel, which has been passivated for corrosion protection.
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How to use
Loading The Twig
Open the blade holder by twisting the bottom of the handle clockwise. Load a single-edge blade into your Twig. Then, secure the blade by twisting the bottom of the handle counterclockwise until finger-tight.
Blades do not come pre-filled in the razor.
1. Open the blade holder by turning the screw counterclockwise (don't worry, it can't fall out!).
2. Load the blades (lower, middle, then top blade). Ensure they sit flat, matching the notch on the side of the blade with the notch on each blade level (this is important!).
3. Load all three blades for the closest shave possible. For sensitive skin or areas, remove the bottom blade to dial things back.
4. Finger-tighten the blade holder by turning the screw clockwise.