This disposable razor is made from paper (the handle, not the blade)

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A big category of plastic waste gets a recyclable makeover.
The plastic handle on a disposable razor can't easily be recycled, and billions of razors end up in landfills each year. But a new design from Kai , a Japanese razor manufacturer, swaps plastic for paper instead. The blade is made fully from metal without plastic parts.

The handle design, inspired in part by paper milk cartons, uses a thin coating to make the paper waterproof. It ships flat, meaning that the package can also be smaller. The paper is designed to fold together into a shape that makes it sturdy…
Adele Peters
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