Unlike traditional single-blade safety razors, The Twig by Leaf is tuned to be forgiving for a quicker, easier learning curve. It is designed with the smallest safety razor head available to make tight spots and edges easier than ever.
Remove hair head-to-toe and get a smoother, closer shave with The Twig! The ergonomic all-metal handle is perfectly weighted to feel good in your hand. Plus, you can feel confident changing blades with the embedded magnet that will keep them in place when loading and unloading.
One Twig Razor
One Twig 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 safely dispose of the blades in our safety recycling bin!
Available in Black 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, The Twig 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 Twig
How to Load The Twig
Open the razor by twisting the bottom of the handle clockwise until the top lifts and twists out of the way.
Load a single-edge blade into your Twig safety razor making sure to line up the notches on the sides of the blade with the mating feature on the blade holder. It should sit flat!
Secure The Twig razor closed by twisting the bottom of the handle counterclockwise until finger-tight
Shave using light pressure, manually keeping the blade positioned at a 30-degree angle to your skin. Then, just let the weight of the razor do the work.
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.