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Jul 25, Schick’s “trimming the bushes” TV commercial for its Hydro Silk TrimStyle women’s razor debuted inraising eyebrows and sparking controversy across the ad world.

From the right enter three young women in bikinis, all quite fetching.

Schick received a fair few complaints at the time, and even threats of boycott. But four years later, the ad is still running. Why? Because it’s that shrubcleanup.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. Schick Hydro Silk TrimStyle TV Commercial, 'By the Pool'. Three women stand in front of a set of small trees next to a pool.

As they trim the bushes, two of the women use scissors while the third uses the Schick Hydro Silk TrimStyle razor; she gets the perfect results down to the heart shape. Mar 26, Schick's Trim Your Bush Commercial. Apparently 1880 Wakefield MA Quattro TrimStyle gives women the power to shape shrubbery into neat little V's and topiary trees.

by Matt shrubcleanup.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins. This shaving razor for men also features a flip-back precision trimmer to edge and trim in hard-to-reach places. For advanced skin comfort any way you shave, try our new line of Schick Hydro Skin Comfort products including Face Wash, Shave Cream and Post-Shave Balm. vs. Hydro 5. Size: 2 ct. Default Title.

Apr 28, It is so suggestive it's disgraceful. The commercial shows three women in tiny bikinis standing behind small bushes strategically placed in front of their crotches.

Two women then proceed to delicately trim these bushes with scissors. The third woman uses her new Schick razor on the bush. It’s bathing suit season, and according to the new TV commercials for Schick Quattro TrimStyle, it’s the time when millions of women trim the hedges and mow the lawn. Their new product which combines a razor on one end and a pubic hair trimmer on the other has been the talk of the advertising world, because of the ad’s clever use of bushes.