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Bevel Targets Shaving Category

February 28, 2014

New subscription system for products.

Bevel by Walker & Company is live and ready to order as the first end to end shaving system for men with sensitive skin.  Bevel provides a sophisticated shaving alternative for men with sensitive skin at the click of a button.

This subscription service which offers a full range shaving system to make grooming simple and enjoyable for men with coarse, curly hair. Each 30 day starter kit features a Double Edge Safety Razor with products to address problems like razor bumps, razor burn, ingrown hairs, discoloration and scarring. Products included are 20 Razor Blades, Badger Shaving Brush, Priming Oil, Shaving Cream and Restoring Balm; while 90 day continuity kits are available thereafter containing new Razor Blades with refills for the Priming Oil, Shaving Cream and Restoring Balm. Prices span from $29.95-$59.95.

 More info: http://getbevel.com
 
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