Has anyone noticed this trend in recent years? Is it only an American thing? First I noticed it in drug stores like Walgreens. Then I started noticing it in grocery stores. I notice that certain products are being locked up, so you have to seek assistance from somebody in the store to unlock the product for you. I think the worst part of shaving again isn't the effort involved in shaving everyday, or even the exorbitant cost of the razors themselves, but the fact that every time you want to buy razors from the store, you have to track an employee down to unlock the item for you. What a pain in the ass. I might as well just start ordering my razors online. It's probably cheaper that way anyway.