How to Fix Your Shaving Mistakes with Glyder Styptic Balm

How to Fix Your Shaving Mistakes with Glyder Styptic Balm

As the sun rises on each new day, men around the world perform the daily shaving ritual. Modern razors are pretty easy to use, but you can still cut yourself. Rather than arriving at work with the remains of a bloodbath on your neck, you can just use Glyder. This styptic balm uses battlefield tech to stop the bleeding and heal your wound in double quick time.

– Patent-pending formula promotes platelet-based wound sealing

– Comes in small retractable tube for easy packing and minimal mess

– Contains aloe vera, vitamin E and argan oil to heal and nourish your skin

Repair the Cuts

By definition, shaving is a dangerous activity. When you skim a razor-sharp blade across your face, it’s almost inevitable that there will be some damage. Thankfully, the injuries caused by modern razors are largely restricted to small nicks and cuts.

Of course, these wounds can still be a problem. It never looks good to arrive at work with blood smeared across your face. Glyder is designed to prevent such embarrassment. This innovative styptic balm promotes the body’s natural healing processes and leaves your skin feeling nourished.

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In contrast to chalky styptic pencils and messy roll-ons, Glyder is really convenient. As with any balm, you just apply a little to the affected area. It’s almost invisible, with no alcoholic smell or paste to clean off. This balm puts the old toilet paper trick to shame, and shaves (get it?) minutes off your morning routine.

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Once you have finished shaving, you simply rinse Glyder with some warm water. The retractable stick fits easily in your wash bag, with no chance of spillage.

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The Science of Styptic Balm

Your body is actually quite good at fixing wounds by itself. When your skin is broken, small platelets in your blood stick together to plug the gap. But this mechanism can also cause large scabs to form if you bleed for several minutes.

Glyder stops the bleeding faster, so that you don’t end up with those unsightly scabs. The patent-pending formula contains anti-hemorrhagic agents that help the platelets to do their work. It’s essentially the same technology used by the American military to treat battlefield casualties. If it’s good enough for bullet wounds, you can probably rely on this stuff for your razor cuts.

In addition, the balm helps your skin to recover. It contains vitamin E, which is known to improve healing and reduce scar tissue. Aloe vera prevents irritation and moisturizes your skin, while argan oil stops infections.

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Glyder is made in the USA, and it comes with a 30-day money back guarantee.

“For wet shaving, dry shaving, and everything in between, Glyder’s Perfect Styptic Balm combines vasoconstrictors with healing aloe vera, argan oil, and vitamin E. We’ve paired science with design to create a post-shave experience for the (really) modern man. Our glide-on formula retracts into its tube, insuring no messy clean up and easy storage.” — Glyder

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What We ❤️

Shaving cuts will always happen, particularly in the morning rush. Having the option to shut down the bleeding makes life much easier.

Future Designs

The folks behind Glyder have thought carefully about their product. Unless you like the scabby look, there isn’t much room for improvement!


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–  Price: $9.99

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.
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