We regularly need new razorblades.
They’re overpriced, and not a pleasure to buy.
Enter Shaving Grace…
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Shaving Grace Cofounder Robert Bayer.
Shaving Grace offers good quality razor blades at a far lower price than those offered by leading retailers.
Not only that; they’re delivered to your door.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Lots of brands have incredibly high market shares, and they milk it.— Robert Bayer, Shaving Grace
We only started three weeks ago, but we’ve had a very good uptake.— Robert Bayer, Shaving Grace
We’re not here for the big bucks. We want to serve you.— Robert Bayer, Shaving Grace
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