Shaving is our culture’s self-imposed hygiene standard, and there’s a huge business in goodies that promise to trim hair from our bodies better than the standard razor.
We’ve featured a number of innovations in shaving below. There are sweet eco gadgets, razors made with fossils, super-luxe $30,000 razors, and six-bladed circular razors.
Implications - Shaving used to be a form of hygiene and self-grooming attributed only to a small subset of the population. But with the rising popularity of androgynous looks and "manscaping" -- not to mention "ladyscaping" -- shaving as a beauty regimen is growing in popularity, presenting emerging opportunities for current hygiene brands as well as those looking to enter the industry.
The Panasonic Arc & FX Diamond
The Phillips ShaveEverywhere Campaign
Philips Arcitecs' Hairy Apple
Razors with Rulers
The Trim Slim Ensures Perfect Sideburns
Gillette Launches Advergame
The Undetectables Promote Stealth Razor
Donald Trump To Shave His Head
Is Britney's Bald Look Catching On?
Wind Up Shavers
Shaving With Skates, Whiskers & Shears
Wilkinson Sword Saves You With Home Delivery
Bic Razor Campaign
Celebrity Male Mashups
Gillette Merges Celeb Faces to Form the Perfect Englishman
Shave at Your Desk
Electric USB Razor
Six Bladed Circular Shaving
The Rolling Razor
Electric Eco-Razor From Braun
Shaving with Fossils
The Mastodon Razor
iShave Telescoptic Razor For Carpet Backs
$30,000 Shaving Tools
The Hommage Damascene Razor
Secret 'Hairdressing' for Intimate Areas
Shaved Heads as Beauty Rebellions
Eccentric Model Alice Dellal
Britney Spears Shaves Her Head
Britney Spears Bald Pictures