Sunday, May 6, 2012

Shave Well Mirror Review and Giveaway


Father's Day Gift Idea!

Women know that shaving in the shower or bathtub is a better way to get a close shave, yet men wait until after their showers to shave their faces. Understandably, they need a mirror to shave; but, the moisture and steam from a shower greatly softens a man's beard making it much easier to cut. The Shave Well fog free shower mirror allows a man to shave in the shower and achieve a closer and more comfortable shave.

The Shave Well shower mirror is designed to offer a clear reflection. It comes with a wall mounted hook which allows you to remove the mirror. To use mirror, you hold it under the shower stream for a few seconds to "warm it up" right before shaving.  Once the mirror is the same temperature of your shower, it cannot collect condensation and will not fog.

Review: I really think this is a great little product. My husband has a difficult time breaking old habits and has yet to use it as a shaving mirror but I have found uses. It is a great way to teach your kids how to fully rinse shampoo from their head and is handy for making sure my hard to reach places on the back of my legs are smooth shaven. Since it easily removes from the hook, anyone in the family is able to use it. It works as intended and does stay fog-free for awhile after placing it under the shower stream. If it starts to fog up again, you simply need to repeat the process.

Buy it here: The Shave Well shower mirror is available for purchase  for $9.99. It is also available for purchase through Amazon.  You can get a coupon code sent to you via email by entering the contest below as a consolation if you do not win!

Win it here:
a Rafflecopter giveaway  
I was provided with the above mentioned product for the purpose of facilitating this review. No other compensation was received and the views expressed here are my own.

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