This review of the FFS Shaving Subscription Box contains affiliate links.
In early January, I became vaguely addicted to rose gold hygiene products. Admittedly, it was an unexpected turn of events that stemmed from the purchase of a rather handsome rose gold electric toothbrush.
Unable to stop admiring my latest bathroom addition, I began to hunt for yet more sparkling accessories: toilet roll holders, soap dishes – even a tube of toothpaste – nothing escaped that rose gold gleam.
Lured in by the image of a shiny, pink razor, I scrolled through their Instagram page with increasing enthusiasm. Having spent most of last year attempting to make the switch to sustainable products for both home and travel, I found myself intrigued by this sustainable, women’s shaving subscription box.
Visualising my ageing, plastic razor languishing in the shower and unable to remember when I last replaced it, I decided to take the plunge and order my own FFS razor.
With promises of friction free shaving, cruelty-free accessories and an efficient blade recycling scheme, this seemed like a product worth trialling.
Two months on and my love affair with my rose gold FFS razor continues. Now sporting silky smooth, rash free armpits, I thought that a review of the FFS Shaving subscription box might be a useful one; particularly for those looking to upgrade to a sustainable shaving product.
Below is a summary of how I’ve found my initial FFS Shaving subscription and razor, alongside my own (humble) opinion on just how sustainable it really is. More importantly, however, I’ll also address whether or not I actually had enough bodily hair to make a monthly subscription to a shaving box worthwhile.
Gripped? Read on.