Harry's helps you get a clean shave while giving a percentage of their sales to charitable organizations.
Jeff Raider and Andy Katz-Mayfield created Harry’s because they were tired of overpaying for over-designed razors, and of standing around waiting for the person in the drugstore to unlock the cases so they could actually buy them. When they asked around, they learned lots of guys were upset about the situation too, so they decided to do something about it.
“One way we try to do this is by talking about the things that don’t get talked about as much as they should. Men today are equally as comfortable being nurturing as they are strong, accepting of others as they are self-assured. And there’s wonderful chaos to be found in the middle…”, they say.
They believe that you shouldn’t have to compromise when it comes to the products you use, so theirs are designed to be effective and to provide a great experience. Their team of more than 600 engineers, designers, craftsmen, and chemists make their products from the finest materials and ingredients to ensure they perform as well as they possibly can.
Harry’s support organizations that are aligned with their ambition to try and help guys navigate what it means to be a man today. As part of that effort, they set aside a percentage of their sales, and a lot of their time, for charitable organizations including, The Representation Project, A Call To Men, Calm and The Bronx Freedom.
"At Harry’s, we believe it’s our duty to try to do good for our customers and the community more broadly."