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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 January 2020
I have been shaving with Gilette Fusion blades for many years and so I am familiar with the great shave they usually offer. I have also bought them several times from Amazon to save money compared to high street prices. However, this latest batch (unfortunately bought 8 months ago, but I only got round to using the recently) seems very strange and unlike anything I have used before. I have cut my face almost every time I used them and my skin feels scratched and irritated. They almost feel blunt. I have used more than 1 blade and had the same experience with each. Now I read reviews I see others are suspicious too. As I said previous purchases from Amazon have been fine, but there is something wrong. Could Gilette be selling counterfeits or cutting production corners to lower the price? Whatever the case very unsatisfactory.
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