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post #1 of 13
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The shaving thread got me wondering if anyone else has tried the venus breeze. I just used it for the second time and I HATE it. The shave gel bars go all slimy and gross and the razor barely takes the hair off. I had to go over my entire legs with my regular venus. I am thinking about complaining to the company because that razor was not cheap and I don't ever plan to use it again. I was hoping it would be like that other one with the bar soap on it (can't remember the name) but its not.

Has anyone else used it?
post #2 of 13
I don't like it either - I like the basic daisy razor - I find it works best for me with Johnson & Johnson soft wash, body wash.
post #3 of 13
I bought one the other day and as soon as water hit it and became slimy like boogers!!! It was so gross!! I won't describe just how gross it looked!! I even called DH in to check it out!

I love the Schick Intuition but it's bulky so I thought the smaller Venus would work but no!
post #4 of 13
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Originally Posted by snosrap5 View Post
I bought one the other day and as soon as water hit it and became slimy like boogers!!! It was so gross!! I won't describe just how gross it looked!! I even called DH in to check it out!

I love the Schick Intuition but it's bulky so I thought the smaller Venus would work but no!
I know, its so disguisting how slimy it is. I just emailed the company telling them how I don't like it and that it went so slimy and made my legs feel gross.

The Schick Intuition is a great razor, but I don't like how you have to change the blade after every couple shaves. Thats why I decided to try the breeze to see if it would last longer. It sure does but I am never letting that thing touch my skin again.
post #5 of 13
Wow-thanks for the heads up!! I know now not to waste my $$$ on one!!
post #6 of 13
Thanks, I was going to try one as I currently have the Schick Intuition and as you said, it doesn't last that long. I won't bother now
post #7 of 13
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I just got an email back from the company and they are sending me a 4-pack of the regular venus blades. They were really nice about it so if you bought one and don't like it, I would email them and tell them.
post #8 of 13
I have a Venus Divine razor and I absolutely LOVE the way it shaves the first time, but it dulls so quickly and I can't afford to replace the blade every two times shaving.

I now use little Daisys too. They dull as fast, but they are much much cheaper and get the job done just as well.
post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by catlover19 View Post
I just got an email back from the company and they are sending me a 4-pack of the regular venus blades. They were really nice about it so if you bought one and don't like it, I would email them and tell them.
Thats nice of them! I stick to Daisy's too- I love them!
post #10 of 13
Still buying 10 for 99-cents at the 99-cent store. I get about 4 shaves per razor (legs and pits).
post #11 of 13
I use the schick quattro. I like the 4 blades are more precise and the little wires protect me. Ive tried the generic brands which are much cheaper, but they nick my legs
post #12 of 13
I bought the Venus Breeze the other day and I actually like it, it's a thousand times better than the $1 razors that I was using for months at a time. I didn't like that it gets slimy after a few minutes in the water, but it leaves my legs feeling very smooth and not irritated.
post #13 of 13
I wanted to try the Venus, but it was kind of pricey, so I didn't. Now I'm glad! I bought a disposable 4 pack of Noxema brand for less than $3.00 that had a suction cup in the pack instead. They resemble the Venus razors in shape. The suction cup comes in handy at the gym because the showers only have a little soapdish to put things on.
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