Disposable razors aren't made to last and often those with interchangable blades are also made of plastic. Enter Bambaw who use metal and bamboo to make beautiful and efficient razors that will last you a lifetime. 


This silver stainless steel safety razor provides a close shave for both men and women. It's strong and durable and comes with a stand and a blade.


  • plastic free
  • replacable blade
  • made to last
  • metal parts can be recycled after use
  • cardboard packaging
  • made responsibly in China and shipped in CO2 neutrality


Replacement double edge razor blades blades are super cheap and can be bought online (I stock some) or in most supermarkets.  All you need is one razor sharp blade to achieve a perfect shave, commercial razors now have multiple blades  integrated in the cartridge but these can irritate the skin and favour ingrown hair.


This razor has been designed so it's easy to use and the closed comb makes it less aggressive than an open comb. Shaving with the eco-friendly razor is different from a cartridge razor and requires a gentler touch and a little more time.  To help you learn how best to use it there is a complete and illustrated online user manual included.


In the box you will find 1 Bambaw safety razor, 1 Astra razor blade and an in-depth digital user manual.


About Bambaw


Bambaw rock the status-quo of consumerism by developing sustainable alternatives to single use products. Waste as we know it today is a human invention, less than a century old. Consumerism took a wrong turn, choking the planet with billions of tons of trash. Our mission is to rethink the way we consume and offer durable alternatives to wasteful products, which we call zero-waste swaps. Our zero-waste swaps are crafted with the lowest eco-footprint possible and under fair conditions in the whole production chain. All our products are shipped in CO2 neutrality and are packed plastic free.

Stainless Steel Double-edged Safety Razor with stand, silver - Bambaw

  • Takes some time to get used to - This is a great and easy swap but you need to take more time  over a shave and be more mindful and gentle, letting the razor do the work and guiding it rather than dragging it  heavily across your skin.

    I was a bit nervous of using it but I had no probelms except for a  few small nicks as I got used to  it. I would definitely reccomend giving the manual a quick look to understand  how to get the most from it.

    It does a great job,. It will save you money in the long run as replacement blades are so cheap, handles nicely and saves a huge amount of 'disposable' throwaway plastic! 

  • Do take a look at the manual, it gives you a great overview. Make sure you have some time set aside to enjoy and do not rush this task. It's actaully pretty therapeutic. You just need to guide the razor, not push it or drag it. 

    When you need to change a blade, take the razor apart and insert a new blade. Do so carefully and always holding on to the short edges of the blade.

    Store old blades in a sealed container in a safe place and when you have filled this up, check local metal recycling to see where you can take it. Do not throw the blades away unprotected in normal rubbish etc as this could cause harm to people and wildlife.