My husband and I both use disposable razors. We each have the brand that we like to use and we both really like the ones that we normally purchase. The thing is, no matter how much we like the razors we use, there's nothing we can do about the fact that we always have to purchase more to replace the dulling blades. Buying razor blades seriously makes me cringe. The prices seem like they just climb and climb. I love the razors I buy but, I've always wished I didn't have to replace them so often.

Recently we were able to try out a product that is truly remarkable. Magnablade is a device that will save you money, save our landfills from so many razors helping to fill them up, and prolong the life of your razors.

Magnablade uses a built-in magnetic force field that prevents the separations of the molecules on the edge of the blade. The edge quality is prolonged by the constant exposure of the patented method of magnetic energy. Magnablade is made from high quality plastic, uses no batteries and has no moving parts. There are a wide variety of disposable razor blades that will fit in a Magnablade and the device itself is made to last many years.

Because using Magnablade means your disposable razor blade lasts longer, you will buy less and throw away less, making Magnablade incredibly eco-friendly. Magnablade's patented technology will extend the life of your razors by up to 6 times.

I wasn't really that skeptical before trying Magnablade but, I was still surprised at how well it worked. My husband started with a new blade about a month ago and the blade is still exactly like new. I would definitely recommend the use of Magnablade and am thrilled that it means saving us money on my husband's expensive taste in razor blades.

You can purchase Magnablade from their online shopping site HERE. They'd make great stocking stuffers this holiday season! Be sure to keep up with Magnablade on Facebook and on Twitter!

[Product review & giveaway disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."]