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The Schick Hydro 5 Blade Razor's advanced ergonomic design and lubrication features will dramatically improve your shaving experience. Its exclusive Hydrating Gel Reservoir is designed to keep skin hydrated as you shave, and its five Ultra Glide blades feature Skin Guards that will smooth your skin and reduce irritation. This high-performance shaver also features a Flip Trimmer for precise trimming in hard to reach areas.

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Hydro 5 Blade Razor
At a Glance:
  • Hydrating Gel Reservoir soothes with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E
  • Reservoir lubrication lasts twice as long as ordinary strips
  • Five Ultra Glide Blades for a close, comfortable shave
  • Skin Guards provide double points of contact between the blades and your face
  • Flip Trimmer offers precision for hard-to-reach grooming
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Hydro 5 Blade Razor
Hydro 5 Blade Razor

Flip Trimmer delivers precision for hard-to-reach grooming. View larger.
Advanced Hydration and Comfort Features
The skin on your face is a sensitive surface that can easily dry out or become irritated by harsh shaving or an inadequate razor. With its Ultra Glide blades with Skin Guards and water-activated skin conditioners, the Schick Hydro 5 keeps your skin hydrated and smooth with each shave. The razor's Ultra Glide blades with Skin Guards provide more points of contact on the skin, creating a flatter, smoother surface to shave, resulting in a comfortable shave with less irritation.

While most razors have conditioning strips made from a combination of conditioners and plastic, the Hydro 5 features a deep reservoir full of 100% pure conditioner that lasts up to two times longer. The Hydrating Gel Reservoir releases water-activated Aloe- and Vitamin E-enriched lubrication that forms into a gel as you shave for effortless glide and hydration.

Flip Trimmer and Ergonomic Handle
Activate the Hydro 5's Flip Trimmer feature for more precise trimming of hard-to-reach places. With a simple flick of your thumb, you can flip back the Hydrating Gel Reservoir so that all five blades touch the skin, as opposed to the single edging blade on most razors. In addition, the Hydro 5's premium, high-gloss ergonomic handle rests naturally in your hand for a comfortable shaving experience.

The Schick Hydro 5 Blade Razor is designed to work with Schick Hydro Sensitive Shave Gel and Schick Hydro Moisturizing Shave Gel. And Schick Hydro 5 Blade Refill are also available.

What's in the Box
One Schick Hydro 5 Blade Razor with two replacement blades.


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review by . November 18, 2010
The Schick Hydro razor is great! It shaves so close, and leaves my skin so smooth and soft, and I do not have to shave as often after using this razor. It is way better than most female razor too. My husband uses it not only on his face, but also on his head. I really have not found anything else that gives such a close, smooth shave such as this one. The razor has this built in shaving cream gel that comes out while shaving, that smells so good and leaves a fantastic feeling to the skin. It is …
Quick Tip by . October 17, 2012
As its four blades (inexplicably aligned to an angle of nigh seventy-odd degrees) opened a few small yet acute wounds under my chin, the Hydro 5's "Hydrating Gel Reservoir" slathered my face with slime that emolliates it not a whit. Worse, its cumbersome design confounds skimming of my physiognomy's most constricted contours. Shick's blades are exceptionally keen, but here better aimed to incise epidermis than shave pilus, and consequently execute the latter function to mediocre results whilst inflicting …
review by . September 04, 2010
I have always had two things that may be related, a very tough beard and a hatred of shaving.    I've never forgotten year ago when dual blade razors first came out Mad magazine came had a parody issue joking about how if two blades are good 3, 4 and five blade razors are even better. I didn't think I'd actually ever been shaving with one.So when Amazon offered the new Schick Hydro 5 razor I decided to give it a try.    It's kind of odd when you've been shaving …
review by . August 30, 2010
Let's be honest. Five blades, lubricating strip, rubber fins to stretch your skin; this is all gimmickry of the worst kind. All you need is two, three blades at the most, to reduce pressure and give a reliable shave. What the heck could four blades miss that the fifth is going to get? More money, that's what. The razor companies need to make money, and the truth is that automated manufacturing has made blade prices so low that the only way they can make any money is by convincing us we need something …
review by . August 28, 2010
Schick's "Hydro 5 Blade Razor" looked like just another gimmick razor to me. It's claims of having a gel reservoir containing Aloe Vera and Vitamin E sounded good, but I doubted its actual performance. Also, with five blades, I figured that was just overkill.    Well, I have to admit that I was quite surprised with the performance of this blade.     When I first gripped this razor, I immediately noticed its weight. It wasn't heavy, but felt like it actually …
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