The first examples of shaving tools are shark teeth, Flint, and shells.Subsequent razors were made of bronze or obsidian materials that could be kept sharp.
The razor looks unlike anything on the market today and the shave is unique as well.Men have been slaves to their facial hair – trimming it or getting rid of it entirely – pretty much since they first walked upright. Gillette for a “safety razor” on November 15, 1904.A couple of inventors have made the process easier over the years and their razors and shavers are still widely used today. King Camp Gillette was born in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin in 1855 and became a traveling salesman to support himself after his family’s home was destroyed in the Chicago Fire of 1871.The most popular variety is the double edge (DE) razor, in which a double-edged blade is placed in between a guard plate and a comb plate, which in turn is attached to the handle you grip.
The rising popularity for the almost-retro shaving tool can be attributed to the fact that double edge blades are far cheaper than modern disposables and because one blade is gentler on your skin than five.
Most men did not use their razors until after the First World War.