Review: Schick Hydro Silk Disposable Razor

Schick Hydro Silk

Lately I have been using coupons more than usual.
We are a one income family so it is a must to cut corners when we can.
My rule is not to cut out a coupon for less than $1 and the highest discount the better.
With that in mind I found $4 off coupons for this newest Schick Hydro Silk disposable razor.
Walmart is selling this razor for $5.34.So I invested $1.34 on this razor.
I had purchased other items with coupons that gave me a few cents overage to cover my taxes on this item.
I strive to pay either nothing or very little on products I use coupons for so this was an exception.

The new Schick Hydro Silk disposable razor is a winner. I give it a four**** out of five***** stars.
I would of liked a little more shea butter, but for the manufactures claims it passed my tests.
I recommend you look it over when you shop next time for razors. You just might like it as much as I do.
This razor gave me a smooth, clean shave, and I was left with moisturized skin.

Product description of the Schick Hydro Silk disposable razor.
Water Activated Moisturizing Serum
Hydrates your skin throughout each shave. Infused with nourishing marine extracts & hydrating shea butter.
5 Curve Blades & Skin Guards added to each blade, doubling the points of contact between the blades & the skin.
Delivers an incredibly close shave for silky smooth skin.
The razor gives back moisture to your skin during shaving, leaving it silky smooth.

 

5 Ways To Make A Manicure Last

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5 Ways To Make A Manicure Last

1. Prep the surface
Swipe clean nails with a cotton ball soaked in nail polish remover.
Try a nonacetone remover without hydrators like lanolin.

2. Choose the right base.
Use a clear base coat that will grab the color.
Try Orly Bonder Rubberized Base coat
Remember if you use a top coat as a base coat by mistake it will shortchange your manicure.


3. Pick a pearly polish

Shimmery polishes like those from Essie have the longest staying power.
Pearlescent formulas, with fine mica particles, are likelier to withstand wear than matte ones.

4. Top it off.
Steer clean of quick dry formulas, you lose in protection.
A regular top coat is slow to dry but is more lustrous and lasts longer.

5. Oil daily.
A dry nail and hardened polish need oil to help keep polish from chipping and nails from peeling.
Just before bedtime use a few drops of oil on your nails.

Credit: Portions of this article was taken from a Good Housekeeping magazine dated March 2011.