Tuesday, 22 January 2008
01:39:55 AM (GMT)
Alright; so I am here to question the existence of something completely pointless:
Separate razors for both women and men.
What the FUCK is the point of that?
Is there something that makes the skin on my legs different from the skin on my
So if there is a difference between skin so different that I need a different razor,
why can I still use the same razor for multiple body parts that I shave, yet he can't
use the same razor that I use?
You want to know the real difference between men's and women's razors?
One is pink.
Seriously, they do the exact same thing, but one is pink. O_o
Same with men & women's shaving creams.
I actually think that men's shaving cream works better, personally.
But the only difference between the two is that one is in a pastel colored bottle and
has a distinct floral/fruity scent.
So I conspired a theory as to why they have to have two separate types:
Because they can pump more money out of you based on society's need to feel more
Think about it: We don't have separate shampoos for women and men.
We don't have separate soaps for women and men.
So why do we have separate razors?
Because women will buy into it so that they feel more feminine.
Apparently it makes us feel disgusting and manly to use men's shaving cream, even
though it does the exact same thing.
Seriously. Look at the products; there is absolutely no difference.
Women just feel like they should buy this product.
I'm guessing that they assume that there is a difference when it is made specifically
for them. Or it makes them feel empowered to have their own shaving cream. Or perhaps
they just feel gross about using something made for men.
Society has created such a stigma so that you will buy into the Skintimate line.
You would feel disgusting about men's shampoo, too, if they told you that you
People don't really understand how much advertising affects our subconscious.
It implants the idea that we are too fat, that we are too ugly, that we are too manly
because we use a men's razor.
And we buy the products to fix this accordingly.
It may not want to make you run out and buy the product right then and there, but you
will soon enough. It does play to the weaknesses of a target group. Women, in this
That's my theory, anyway. Draw your own conclusions.
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