Most men—upwards of 70%—would say that they have sensitive skin. But that doesn’t mean their everyday shave has to be an uncomfortable experience. Presenting new Gillette MACH3 Sensitive Disposable razors, the 3-bladed system razor specifically designed to deliver less irritation, even on sensitive skin. This MACH3 innovation features a collection of technologies to improve the look and feel of just-shaved skin. This 3-bladed razor has an enhanced Lubrastrip that adds a touch of aloe to deliver soothing moisture, and its front-pivoting head navigates the contours of your face for a smooth shave. For those 70% of men out there, this is your simple solution for sensitive skin.
At a Glance
Features & Benefits
3 Progressively Aligned Blades
For every stroke you take, it takes 3. Fewer strokes means less irritation
Patented DLC (Diamond-Like Coating) Coated Blades
For strong, sharp blades that cut close
Open Architecture System
Makes blades easy to rinse
Provides nice, smooth glide
Help avoid nicks and cuts during the shave
What's the difference between a Gillette 2-blade disposable and a Gillette MACH3 razor?
The 2-bladed Sensor disposable razor features a 2-blade array combined with the control and maneuverability of an ergonomically designed handle to give you precision and convenience. However, the Gillette MACH3 has 3 blades progressively positioned to cut hair gradually closer. So, for every stroke you take, it takes 3.
What’s the difference between a Gillette MACH3 and a Gillette Fusion?
The Gillette MACH3 has 3 blades progressively positioned to cut hair gradually closer, so for every stroke you take, it takes 3. However, the 5-blade Shaving Surface Technology of Fusion has progressive blade geometry and a Flexible Comfort Guard for a comfortable shave.
What are Microfins, and what do they do?
Microfins precede the blades and smooth out the skin before the first blade cuts the first hair. So you get a close, comfortable shave.
What does a Lubrastrip do?
A Lubrastrip is a thin strip that sits at the top of the razor, releasing lubricants while you shave, to produce a great glide. When you are no longer getting an optimal shave, the Lubrastrip fades to white, indicating that it might be time to change the blade.