The cost of razors at your local store has been going up for quite a while.
Razor subscription clubs have emerged to help people save money on their shaving needs, and time by not having to go to the store.
The problem is that there are now more shaving subscription services than most people care to explore.
Best Razor Subscription Clubs
All the subscription boxes on our list are legit companies. They meet the needs of very different markets.
Dorco is one of the top razor manufacturers in the world. Based in South Korea, Dorco now sell in the United States exclusively through Amazon.
- Cost per cartridge – $1.70
- Dorco USA review
Billie Shave Club
Billie was one of the first razor subscriptions to focus solely on women. Their razors are perfect for the shaving needs that separate the ladies.
- Cost per cartridge – $1.80
- Billie review
The Art of Shaving
The Art of Shaving looks to improve your shaving experience through high end shaving products.
Their handles work with Gillette products.
- Gillete cartridges – $3 per cartridge
- Wide variety of shaving products
- The Art of Shaving review
Oui Shave Club
Oui is unique in that they focus on single bladed razors. These razors can be replaced in their handle that focuses on female shaving needs.
This keeps their blades inexpensive since they are replaced without a cartridge.
- Cost per blade – $1.10
- Oui Shave review
Brickell specializes in men’s shave products. They focus on helping you get your skin healthy, so that your shaving goes more smoothly.
- Does not offer razors
- Products are high quality
- Brickell review
Bevel develops razor that are custom made for African-American hair and skin.
They have even developed trimmer meant to help keep your facial hair maincured.
- Starter kit – $89.95
- Includes everything you need to get started
- Bevel review
The Personal Barber
The Personal Barber is a top high end razor subscription in the UK
They specialize in safety razors and premium shaving products.
- Cost of box – £24.95
- Includes 10 razors and shaving supplies
- The Personal Barber review