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    This Anti-Razor Bump Razor That Actually Works Just Got A Whole Lot Better

    Yes please to anything that makes a smooth bikini line easier!

    Recently, I wrote a review of this men's razor set called Bevel. It's a fancy razor that comes with grooming products, and it claims to prevent razor bumps and irritation.


    Even though it's for men's facial hair, I tried it on my bikini line to see if it worked and could be a good investment for women who prefer shaving over waxing.


    You can read the full review here, but long story short, it worked and I totally loved it! The only thing is, though, up until recently, you could only get Bevel as a subscription service.

    The subscription box ships every three months. Each order has three months’ worth of supplies, totaling $89.85. Canceling is free and you can stop your subscription at any time.

    But now, the company has made all of its products available for purchase as a set or individually, whenever you want them, online!

    For new Bevel users, you can purchase this starter pack—complete with the Bevel razor, badger brush and a 30-day supply of blades, priming oil, shave cream, and restoring balm—without a subscription for $89.95.

    You can see what each product does here. If you like the convenience of automatic delivery, the subscription option is still available.

    The razor and brush won't need replacing for a looong while, but as you need to restock on blades, priming oil, shave cream, and restoring balm, you can easily order them online instead of getting them with a subscription.,,,

    20 ct. Bevel blades, $9.95

    Priming oil, $13.90

    Shave cream, $14.95

    Restoring balm, $14.95

    Should you need to replace your razor or badger brush, they are also sold individually at $49.95 and $29.95, respectively.

    This is especially exciting if you don't shave every day and the products last you longer than a few months. You won't be stuck with storing unopened subscription boxes because you can just get what you need, as you need it!

    Three months in, I'm actually still on my starter pack, though I'll need to restock on blades soon.