Today I'm going to be highlighting the Gillette Subscription Service. The idea of subscription packages is designed to be mutually beneficial for both consumer and customer.
I run my own shirt subscription service for shirt enthusiasts whom enjoy a rotation of quality shirts. So you could say I'm well drilled.
Of many of the subscription services out there, this to me is the one that makes the most sense. Men who have an established ritualistic grooming regime will always require quality razors.
With Gillette you have the options of 3 quality blades. Whether it’s the Mach3, our five-bladed Fusion5 or Proglide with Flexball technology, they have the right razor for you.
After you select your blade, choose how often you want to receive your refill blades.
I have a short beard but do like to wet shave certain areas like I've mentioned on previous posts. So as I have regular, yet modest use for a razor, my refill subscription would be lower than most.
Gillette base the frequency of blade refill deliveries on how often you shave in a week. Every refill pack we send has 4 blades from your chosen razor that you can attach to your razor handle so you never run out of blades.
After you sign up
After you place your order, you will receive a starter kit including the razor of your choosing, a shave prep, travel case and one replacement blade.
After 15 days Gillette dispatch your first blade refill pack and they will keep sending them out at your chosen frequency.
Can I cancel anytime?
This is actually the best bit. So many times we get roped into yearlong subscriptions. Phone contracts, Gym, SKY TV etc. I think some of these companies act immorally.
Why do I need to be tied to a Gym for a year? Imagine starting every relationship like that. Your first Tinder date. The girl seems nice but then after five minutes she whips out a contract that means you'll be buying her drinks for the next year.'
The Gillette Subscription is one to consider. There are others out there of course but I approve of the concept and the products.
*This paid sponsored post was created in collaboration with Gillette UK and The Hut Group. All views are of my own.