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In a recent visit to Walmart I picked my husband up the manual Gillette Fusion Flexball Razor as an upgrade from the older version that he had been using. As a soldier in the military it’s important to maintain a well groomed face. I mean who wants to see a man walking around with a grizzly and itchy face anyways lol. I can’t stand it personally! It’s nothing like kissing or hugging your spouse and the touch of a smooth face. It’s a must and my husband is pretty good about keeping his face maintained and nicely groomed. Even though it’s mandatory for military personnel to keep their face shaved he is really good about it because he really cares about his looks..literally lol. He takes pride in the way that he carries himself both in and out of uniform. There are times on the weekends or over the holidays that he may give himself a break from a full face of shaving, but even then he’s still makes sure that everything is nicely trimmed. Don’t get me wrong I absolutely love when my husband lets his facial hair grow in some as long as it’s neat and nicely trimmed because I think it makes him sexy, but still there’s nothing like the feeling of a smooth face in which I much prefer anyday…it just simply feels better. He has been using the regular Gillette Fusion Proglide Razor for years now and since he has tried the Gillette Fusion Proglide Flexball Razor he is sold. He stated that it was a lot different than the the manual razor that he’s used to using because of the flexball. He mentioned that the flexball provided a smoother finish and that’s what is key to shaving a smooth and clean finish.
KEY BENEFITS OF THE GILLETTE FUSION FLEXBALL:
- FlexBall Technology
- Enables blades to pivot front to back and side to side to respond to contours for our best shave
- Innovative Movement
- FlexBall Technology delivers a close shave with fewer missed hairs (vs. Fusion in a single stroke over the contours)
- Low Cutting Force Blades
- Reengineered razor blades with thinner, finer edges (first 4 blades vs. Fusion) and an advanced low-resistance coating that cut effortlessly through hair
- Blade Stabilizer
- Maintains optimal razor blade spacing for comfort, while allowing the blades to adjust to the contours of your face
- Streamlined Comfort Guard
- Channels excess shave prep to help maintain optimal razor blade contact, stretching the skin for a close, comfortable shave
- Enhanced Lubrastrip
- Infused with mineral oil and lubricating polymers that allow the razor to move smoothly over skin, even on repeat strokes
- Improved Precision Trimmer
- An enhanced blade and a comb guard help to better align long hairs, and rinse-through slots (vs. Fusion)
- Improved Handle
- Features FlexBall Technology and more ergonomic grips for better control (vs. Fusion)
The Gillette Fusion Flexball responds to contours for Gillette’s best shave. Gillette’s best blades are now two-times more preferred when used with the Fusion ProGlide with FlexBall Handle Technology than the former ProGlide. Reengineered low-cutting force blades feature thinner, finer edges with advanced low-resistance coating to cut effortlessly through hair with less tug and pull than Gillette Fusion. A blade stabilizer maintains optimal blade spacing for comfort while allowing the blades to respond to the contours of a man’s face. Plus, the streamlined comfort guard channels excess shaving cream to produce optimal blade contact, stretching the skin for a close, comfortable shave.
I’m excited with how close of a shave my husband got with the Gillette Fusion Proglide Razor and this will be his choice for shaving now. He’s very thrilled with the new features and hoping that he won’t have to shave as frequently since the razor cuts so much closer and leaves an even more smooth finish. Make sure to join in on the #SmoothSummer conversation on both Twitter and Instagram with #CollectiveBias.
Do you prefer your man to have a smooth face or do you like him rough around the edges?
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