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April 25, 2012

Upgrade Your Shave at Bloomingdale's

Did you know that 90% of men complain that their shaving efforts result in razor burn? Most guys don’t have the slightest clue what adequate shaving entails—its more than just hopping in the shower and scraping an old disposable blade across your face—optimal shaving results require a little bit of effort.

Men can begin renovating their shaving regimen for free by swapping out their generic shaving cream for luxury grooming brand The Art of Shaving’s award-winning, glycerin-based shaving cream at the Bloomingdale’s “Upgrade Your Shave” event on April 28th. Plus, customers who spend $100 or more on The Art of Shaving products will receive a $20 Bloomingdale’s gift card.

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