The Leaf's multi-blade design is engineered to be gentle, adjustable, and efficient. Load multiple blades - you can choose 1, 2, or 3 (for a closer shave) to customize it. The unique pivoting head is not found on any other safety razor and, in our opinion, is safer than a traditional safety razor with a way lower learning curve.
The long, balanced handle delivers control and if you need extra support you can slide on the Leaf silicone sleeve for extra grip. This will be the last razor you ever buy.
One Triple-Blade Pivoting Head Razor
One Razor Stand to keep your razor upright for optimal airflow, and anti-slip footing keeps your stand in place.
55 Single-edge Blades made using cold-forged Swedish steel, with a platinum coating to stay sharper, longer.
One Blade Recycling Tin that will hold a years' worth of blades. Plus, you can bring your full tin back to the shop to dispose of the blades safely in our recycling bin.
Available in Mercury or Silver. Shop Leaf Accessories (cases, blades, silicone grip sleeves, and shave bars).
Built to last. This razor is a tool, with utility and a life that will grow old with you. It’s durable and resilient, finished to resist rust and corrosion with simple care. Backed by a lifetime warranty by Leaf this razor is with you for as long as you want to keep shaving. If it ever finds an end of life, it’ll be recycled as scrap metal having served well.
Loading The Leaf Razor
Open the blade holder by turning the screw counterclockwise (don't worry, it can't fall out).
Load the blades (lower, middle, then top blade). Ensure they sit flat, matching the notch on the side of the blade with the notch on each blade level (this is important!).
Load all three blades for the closest shave possible. For sensitive skin or areas, remove the bottom blade to dial things back. Finger-tighten the blade holder by turning the screw clockwise.
Don't apply any extra pressure, let the weight of the razor do the work (don't press hard!).
If the razor is too aggressive, remove the bottom blade to dial things back.
Rinse the razor frequently with warm water—the razor and skin should always be damp.
Feel your skin to find places you may have missed and go over them again. For even closer results, repeat the process shaving against the natural direction of hair growth.
Caring for your Razor
Rinse Thoroughly. Open up your razor and rinse it thoroughly inside and out after each use. Rinse and dry the blades (or allow them to dry) before re-loading. Store in a cool, dry place.
Clean Gently. If your razor needs a deeper cleaning (maybe once a month), use a drop of dish soap and a soft brush, like an old toothbrush, and scrub the nooks and crannies.