Better beauty basics that say no to harmful additives and the Pink Tax, and say hell yes to girl power.
This body-positive brand’s ambition is to normalize body hair — whether it’s wild, tamed, or trimmed. Billie is a women’s bath, body, and beauty brand with a goal to make quality shaving supplies more accessible, effective and convenient with cartridges regularly delivered right to your door.
Why We Love Them
- The first razor brand to ever show women with body hair in their advertisements
- Vegan, cruelty free and suitable for all skin types
- Formulated without the use of sulfates, parabens, formaldehydes, GMOs, drying alcohols, synthetic dyes, fragrances, cheap foaming agents, unstable silicones or BHT
- Razor is made with five rust-resistant blades coated in charcoal soap, plus an ergonomic handle and a magnetic holder
- Donates 1% of their revenue to support women and important causes around the world
The Science & The Soul
Irritated skin from razor burn is so last year. With the Billie razor’s five-blade design, one can experience a closer, smoother and more effective shave. The razor’s design is modern, sleek, clean and lightweight. Their blades are made in America, surrounded by charcoal shave soap and dermatologist approved for sensitive skin. Billie isn’t just a razor company for Womankind, they have a whole line of clean beauty essentials like dry shampoo powder, plant-based face wipes, and a glossy, everyday lip balm.
Billie was conceived in rebellion against the “pink tax” and aims to reimburse women for all the years they have spent over-paying for razors. The brand works to eliminate this antiquated, sexist pricing strategy and help women not only reclaim their body hair but the cash in their wallet as well. Billie has also recently donated $100K across Black Lives Matter and the NAACP and has a zero-tolerance for racism and systemic oppression. Now that’s a mission-driven brand with a cause we can certainly get behind.
Women have been craving authentic representation in advertising and Billie helps women feel empowered by showing off their strands of hair, wherever they may be. For over 100 years, women’s razor ads haven’t shown any actual body hair. Not even peach fuzz. Billie shows that having body hair is a choice and women can choose whether they want to shave, wax or grow their hair — and it’s all valid. Talk about a brand we’re proud to shower with.