Venus Sensitive Women’s Disposable Razor, 3 Count


SKU: af755e9af8cc Category:

Dermatologist tested for sensitive skin


My Skin Venus Sensitive Disposable

Read more

The Venus difference

shave arms

armpit shave


Venus – Designed for her body

Venus razors are designed with a woman’s body in mind. From handles designed for a comfortable grip to pivoting heads that contour to curves, Venus razors are designed to help reveal touchably smooth skin.

A shaving experience made for sensitive skin

Venus Sensitive was built for delicate skin – featuring the SkinElixir lubrastrip that releases a perfect dose of protection you can feel and 3 curve-hugging blades. Feel up to 0% irritation and 100% smooth skin.

Perfect Pair Designed for Sensitive Skin

Satin Care Sensitive Skin shave gel, with Aloe Vera, is specifically designed for sensitive skin.

Use and replace when ready

Venus disposable razors don’t require any refills; just use and toss when you’re ready for a new one.

Read more

Gillette Venus Sensitive

3 blades

Pivoting Head

skin elixir

3 curve-hugging blades for smooth shave

Enjoy a smooth gliding shave with great results thanks to Venus Sensitive three curve-hugging blades.

Pivoting, rounded head

Venus Sensitive features a rounded, pivoting head to contour over a women’s body for a smooth gliding shave.

SkinElixir Lubrastrip for protection you can feel

The SkinElixir lubrastrip activates when wet, providing your sensitive skin with a perfect dose of protection from nicks, cuts and irritation while shaving. Feel up to 0% irritation* and 100% smooth skin.

*US Consumer Study, Feb. 2018

Read more

Extra Smooth Sensitive



Simply3 Sensitive

SkinElixir Lubrastrip




Rounded head to adapt to your curves




Pivoting head for contour





Ribbon of Moisture







Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I change my Venus blades?

While there is no set rule, you should replace your blades at the first sign of dullness or discomfort.

Will shaving give me ingrown hairs or red bumps?

An ingrown hair occurs when the end of a hair gets trapped underneath the skin, resulting in a little red bump. Ingrown hairs are caused by numerous factors, which is why some women might have a higher likelihood of getting ingrown hairs from shaving than others. There are a few tips to help reduce the likelihood of ingrown hairs when shaving. First is exfoliation. Use either a brush or exfoliation soap on your skin to remove any obstructions to a hair’s growth. Second is to ensure your skin is hydrated by having a warm shower or bath. Last, use a razor with more than three blades and a shave prep, this way fewer strokes are needed.

Read more