Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Gift for him | Cornerstone shaving box

Cornerstone box

When the nice people over at Cornerstone approached me to see if I wanted to review their shaving box in preparation for Christmas, I couldn't say no! As you can see from the pic on the right, hubby has a beard... and while he doesn't shave his whole face very often, he does need to shave the edges to keep it from taking over his face.

There's two ways you can use Cornerstone, as a subscription box, or as a gift box for someone. Each box comes with different skincare essentials, such as pre-shave face scrub, shave gel and post-shave balm. In the box is also a blade-cover for the razor, a set of 5 spare blades, and the razor itself (engraved) and pre-fitted with a blade.  For me, what really stood out (apart from how well presented this was) is the quality of the razor, it has such a lovely weight to it, and definitely doesn't feel cheap.

Cornerstone skincare

What is also boast-worthy is that their products are alcohol-free, BPA-free, paraben-free and contain no plastic microbeads AND their products aren't tested on animals - fantastic!

Cornerstone razor

Spare cornerstone razors

Cornerstone razor cover

You can select how often you shave, and they'll work out how often you'll need boxes - I selected that hubby doesn't shave often at all, and they recommended every 18 weeks (about every 4.5 months) for a box at £30 each time. The razor personalisation can take up to 3 initials too, I just opted for 2 for the hubby, CK.

I think this is a great gift for someone in your life who loves a bit of a pamper, hubby has loved having something arrive for him for a change :) And the quality of the razor really is lovely, such a simple shape, not fussy, but really nice quality.
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  1. It's always difficult to buy for men but this would make a perfect Christmas present

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