Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Shave Well Fog Free Mirror Review and Giveaway

Since the day I got married, my husband insists on shaving in the shower. 
We probably go through 2 so-called "shower" mirrors a year that rust or get that nice layer of film on them. 

So, when I was contacted about a review of 
The Shavewell Company's Fog Free Shave Mirror 
I honestly had my doubts that it would work, but I gave it a shot. 

My husband was about as speculative as I was when it arrived, he was saying how no way can a mirror really be fog free. 

He had it installed in about 2 minutes, it's just a simple hook. 

Now, to try it out!

The Shave Well Company Truly Fog Free Shower Shave Mirror 

On the first try, we turned on the shower, and within about 30 seconds, the mirror was foggy. 

Well, just as I expected. 
So, I grabbed the package and was about to make a phone call when I noticed a paper in the box. I pulled it out and there were directions! Directions? It's a mirror..how hard can it be?

Well, apparently you have to "charge" the mirror every time you use it!

So I told my husband to hold it next to the steam for a few seconds, then rinse it off in the shower water, which he did, and the mirror stayed FOG FREE for the duration of his shower!
I couldn't believe it! 
I was next to try it out, not that I neeed to see my face in the mirror, but since I was reviewing it, I thought I should at least try it..and it worked great. I charged it by holding it against the steam, rinsed it off and hung it back up and it stayed fog free. 

This mirror is a great gift for men, and right now you pay just $9.99 and shipping is a flat $2.99 on any order in the Shavewell Company store. 

One of my readers is going to win their very own Fog Free Mirror!
Please enter using the rafflecopter form below. 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

1 comment:

  1. I totally need to get my Mom in on this contest. She loves having mirrors in her bathroom and shower for shaving etc, but never finds a good one that lasts. Thanks for this info and opportunity,
    Elizabeth from http://momsthumb.blogspot.com/