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The Dollar Shave Club Starter Sets contain trial size versions of their products so that you can check them out before paying full price.
It’s easy. Sign up for the Club to get your Starter Set and select your restock frequency. Your trial size products will arrive in 3-5 business days and will give you a chance to try out what the Club has to offer before they ship you full size products in your first Restock Box. Your first Restock Box is automatically scheduled to ship 2 weeks from the day you sign up for the Club.
After that, Dollar Shave Cub will ship your Restock Box based on the frequency selected when you signed up.
Dollar Shave Club offers Trial Kits! These are preset trial size bundles of their grooming products, a great way for you to try them before you buy them.
You can add multiple razor types to your Restock Box after signing up for the Club.
Only razors require an active Membership. Our other grooming products can be purchased without one.
Depending on the Starter Set(s) you choose, your box will contain a razor handle, blades, and trial size grooming products. Your first Restock Box will contain blades and full size versions of the grooming products you got in your Starter Set.
Dollar Shave Club sources high quality ingredients for their products, but they are not certified organic.
All of Dollar Shave Club’s products are vegan except for Bath Jerky, Casual Hair Clay, Pacific Hair Pomade, Sky Master Lip Balm, Smart Hair Paste, True Hair Fiber, and Wind Master Lip Balm.
Just the men in their office, and no other animals. Dollar Shave Club is 100% cruelty-free and they do not test their products on animals.
Your Restock Box ships for free as long as it contains blades. Restock Boxes and Ship Now orders that don’t contain blades do have a $4 shipping charge if they are under $18.
Dollar Shave Club currently ships to the US, Canada, UK, and Australia.
Nope! All orders are delivered via USPS and don’t require a signature. They claim they tried carrier pigeons, but they proved unreliable.