marsos52 wrote:multiblade is multiblade,, first blades grabs and lifts the hair and the next does the cutting.. after the cut the hair is shorter than the skin line line..
hence the hair is now below the skin line.
That's not actually a fact, it's gillette's tech marketing. They had to pull such claims from a number of countries ads, because they couldn't substantiate it.
You'll notice they don't sell the lift and cut message anymore.
Personally I think if anything is to blame, it's the pivot. It's the one thing Gillette can truly claim to be innovative. No matter how you shave with a pivoting blade, it's always at the optimum cutting angle, so it's extremely efficient - extra blades just makes it even more difficult to miss anything.
Makes it very easy to shave too close, and so can cause problems on beard re-growth.