Check out the latest razor reviews from the GolfHr Institute and our beauty editors.
Your legs would thank you if they could.
This razor is made out of recycled yogurt cups, and was a poor performer in our test.
If you want to shave and condition your skin at the same time, this is your go-to product.
The Noxzema is a good pick if you're looking for a basic, budget-friendly, four-blade razor.
This razor glided easily over skin, delivered a close shave, and was comfortable to hold.
The BIC delivered a close shave, but some testers had to go over tricky parts more than once to remove all hair.
The Gillette has a "flex ball" offering greater range of motion, making it easier to shave around tricky parts.
This five-blade razor with built-in bikini trimmer took the top spot for refillable razors.
This lightweight, four-blade razor took the top spot for best disposable razor.
The Braun shaver was our overall test winner — a consumer favorite, with the highest satisfaction scores.
Our consumer testers raved about the "super close shave" it provided.
The Philips was super easy to use and got the job done quickly — although not so effectively.
The Remington was easy to control and clean — but it didn't provide quite as close of a shave as other products we tested.