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Shaving Razor

Treet offers a wide range of top-notch disposable razors, which are designed to give a perfect and smooth shave every time.

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Blades

Being the largest manufacturer of blades in Pakistan, Treet offers a wide product range of blades from classic carbon steel blades to premium stainless steel blades.

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Body Razors

Treet offers purpose built body razors which provides comfortable hygiene experience. Special comb head disposable razors are designed to give you easy access to hard-to-reach areas of your body and helps you attain cleanliness.

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Feminine Razors

Treet offers a range of feminine razors that are specially designed to ensure a clean and easy shave that leaves the skin smooth and free of any irritation.

Grooming

Shaving may not be an everyday routine for you, but it still plays a very important role in helping you look good and stay confident. So, here are a few shaving tips that will ensure you keep your skin smooth and hair free:

Wake your skin up

  • Avoid shaving as soon as you wake up in the morning. By giving your skin time to “wake up,” you’ll allow it to lose the “puffiness” that happens due to fluid accumulation during the night, allowing you to get a closer shave
  • Before you shave, make sure to wet the shaving area with warm or hot water. This will cause your hair shaft to swell, allowing the blade to cut your hair and not your skin, preventing infections in case of nicks
  • You may want to exfoliate using a cleanser or scrub to eradicate dead skin cells. This will better prepare your skin for shaving

Soften your Beard

  • Soak a facecloth in warm water and hold it to your face for 30 seconds. This will help soften and loosen the hair and skin

Lather your Face

  • Put a ball of shaving cream on your palm and apply it evenly over your beard and neck in upward circular motions. Thoroughly massage shaving cream into your stubble. Make sure to uniformly cover all areas of your face that you wish to shave
  • Try and use a vitamin and Aloe Vera-based cream as this will protect your face from razor rashes and burns while providing you with a close, soothing shave. Select from our range of Ultimate or Classic Shaving Foams, Shaving Gels or Creams for an option that suits your skin best.

Choose your Blade

  • Always use a sharp blade to avoid cuts; a dull blade drags instead of slides over your face and catches your skin along with your beard. Rinse the blade in hot water as often as possible. Don’t hurry, use slow short strokes. From Twin Blade and disposables to the traditional Double Edge, and premium Razor III, we have a variety of razors to suit your unique shaving style and requirements.

Just Shave

  • Shave in the direction that your hair grows on your face. This will eliminate redness, rashes, razor burn and ingrown hairs
  • The top section of your beard: Shave from the top of the beard to the edge of your jaw-line in long, even strokes
  • Your neck and chin: Shave from the bottom of your neck upwards (with the grain) to prevent razor burn and ingrown hairs
  • Getting a closer shave: Try pulling your skin taut with your free hand while shaving
  • Your upper lip: Stretch it over your front teeth to tighten the skin and remember to shave downwards
  • Rinse your razor after each stroke to keep it from becoming clogged with hair

Take a closer look

  • Wash off excess shaving cream with warm water, and look for sections you may have missed. Wet your razor to shave these remaining sections

Moisturize

  • After shaving, use a toner (preferably containing vitamins, aloe extract, etc.) or after-shave. You could also try an oil-free moisturizer to soothe and protect your face after shaving
  • If an after-shave lotion is what you use, check the label for alcohol content. Please note that dryness and stinging sensations are caused by most after-shave products that have alcohol as its primary ingredient. Although it may feel good initially, it could turn out to be a minor irritant later

Shaving may not be an everyday routine for you, but it still plays a very important role in helping you look good and stay confident. So, here are a few shaving tips that will ensure you keep your skin smooth and hair free:

Wake your skin up

  • For a real close shave, remember to exfoliate your skin first. This eliminates all the dead skin cells that could clog your razor
  • For a smoother shave, wet your skin and let it soften with heat and moisture. This way, you won’t shave dry skin, especially since shaving is a natural exfoliator and you’ll block your razor with dead skin while putting yourself at risk for nicks and cuts
  • You may want to exfoliate using a cleanser or scrub to eradicate dead skin cells. This will better prepare your skin for shaving

Select your Shaving Cream

  • For a truly feminine touch, you can select Foam or specialty Shaving Gels (Classic, Menthol, Sensitive) formulated with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E to condition, moisturize and leave a delicate feminine fragrance on your skin

Choosing a Razor

  • Different razors feel different to the skin. We offer 2 options which include one with a comb and one without one. Choose the one which you feel is best for you depending upon your skin type.
  • A dull blade can lead to nicks and cuts, so change your razors regularly. Also, avoid borrowing a man’s razor because a man’s hair is coarser and dulls the blade faster

Start Shaving

  • When shaving your legs, start at your ankles and shave up since the hair on your legs grow down. For your underarms, you’ll need to shave in every direction since this hair grows in various directions
  • Begin at the front of your leg and slowly work around, going back over the area until you’re sure you haven’t left any hair behind. Apply more cream or gel as necessary. Pay special attention while doing your knee as the surface is irregular. Most importantly, remember to rinse your razor between strokes

Moisturize

  • At night, apply oil or moisturizer when finished because the skin on your legs has few oil glands and can dry out easily
  • If your legs are going to be exposed to sun, apply a moisturizer with sunscreen that contains UVA-protecting ingredients
  • After shaving, try and stay away from skin care products that contain AHAs, because the glycolic acid in these products can irritate freshly shaved skin