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Why do we have to waste so much plastic when shaving? We've made it our mission to make plastic-free shaving a staple in every bathroom.
Do something good for yourself with WLDOHO's sustainable products and do something good for the environment with the WLDOHO razor blade box. The WLDOHO blade collector is the optimal storage for your used WLDOHO razor blades. The Recycle Box is made of coated metal and therefore completely plastic-free.
With the WLDOHO Blade Box, you can confidently say goodbye to cuts when disposing of your used razor blades.
- Together for more sustainability in the bathroom
- Love nature
- A safe home for your used razor blades.
100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: WLDOHO will replace any defective product immediately, no fuss or objections!
MAKE PLASTIC-FREE SHAVING EASY: Start with your daily routine, only together we can get one step closer to "plastic-free shaving"!
Frequently asked questions
How often do I have to change the blades?
Depending on your shaving routine and the thickness of your hair, the blades are to be changed according to experience after 5-10 shaves.
How do I change the blades?
We have made a short video for you:
- Length: 6,5 cm
- Width: 4,5 cm
- Height: 5,2 cm
- Beautiful gift box
Environmentally conscious without plastic
Sounds good, doesn't it? Let's make plastic-free shaving a matter of course in every bathroom.
You are in the best of company
Join the + 64,000 Nature Heroes who have already saved the planet from more than 2 million plastic blades this year.
What are you waiting for?
3 Reasons for a Safety Razor
Gentle to skin
Gentler on the skin than common razors, and because they are weighted, you don't have to apply extra pressure. Plus, only one blade glides over the skin instead 4 or 5, which irritates the skin unnecessarily.
Each WLDOHO blade costs only 25 cents; Plastic cartridges cost you more than 10 times!!! So you save a lot of money in the long run.
Do something good for nature Every year, in the United States alone, 200 million razor blades end up in the trash. They are made of a mixture of materials such as plastic, metal and rubber, so they are not recyclable.