Professional shaving brush and stand 75 percent off? I’d buy it.

Make every shave feel like a barber shave. It's only $15.

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Fento Badger Hair Shaving Brush and Chrome Razor Stand Shaving Set
Fento Badger Hair Shaving Brush and Chrome Razor Stand Shaving Set Amazon

The only time I get a clean shave is when I go to the barber. Part of the reason is laziness, but the real deterring factor is that I lack the tools to give myself a shave the way they do. Think of the smell of the shaving cream as it’s painted on your face or the smooth strokes of a blade as it paves its way through your hair. Don’t forget the best part—the hot towel! And now: a deal to persuade you (and me) to start building our dream shaving kit.

The set comes with a stand and a wood-handled, 100% Fento Badger brush. The stand is a chrome-plated stainless steel and has a slot for your favorite razor. The bottom of the stand has rubber grips so it won’t fall off your sink.

The brush, theoretically, helps create a thicker and richer lather for shaving, as well as soften and lifts the hair from your face, giving you a smoother, less irritating shave.

Aaand it’s $15, down from $60.

Amazon; $15.

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Billy Cadden

Senior Director of Commerce

Billy Cadden is the Senior Director of Commerce for the science, tech, and outdoor group at Recurrent. He began working as the Commerce Editor at PopSci in 2017, where he spent 5 years diving deep into every product he could get his hands on. Cadden splits his time between Bed Stuy, Brooklyn, and Woodstock with his dog Wanda. He spends his time seeking new coffee shops and writing for his solo music project