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We have been waiting for a while for price drop on this product (30% price drop from £400.00) , and finally we bought one for my wife. This is the best IPL available on market for home use with excellent reviews.

Philips Lumea Hair Removal System with IPL Technology.

Philips Lumea Intense Pulsed Light hair removal system is a new device that enables you to be free from unwanted hair and enjoy smooth skin every day. You can now use this innovative technology in the comfort of your home.

* Rechargeable.
* Applies gentle pulses of light to the hair roots; as a consequence the hair sheds naturally and hair regrowth is inhibited. Repeating this treatment every two weeks for the armpits and bikini area and every four weeks for legs will keep your skin smooth everyday
* Easy-to-use, handheld device for maximum freedom and manoeuvring during use.
* 5 light energy settings to ensure a painless treatment across a range of different skin tones and hair colours.
* Quick charge functionality (full charge in 1 hours, 80% charge in 1 hour).
* 3cm2 application window for an effective treatment of large areas.
* Suitable for use on underarms, bikini area and legs.
* Not suitable for (naturally) red, grey and light blonde hair and very dark or black skin.
* Includes DVD, storage pouch, cleaning cloth AC/DC adaptor/charger.
* Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

The Philips Lumea comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee (terms and conditions apply) .

PLEASE NOTE:
Important safety advice

Unfortunately, Philips Lumea is not designed for everyone. Please refer to description and advice

£399.99 @ Boots and £287.99 @ Argos.

Don't forget to grab some cashback through Nectar.

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UPDATE

* @ Argos you will get £10 off on purchases above £100.00 - ( here are the details http://www.argos.co.uk/static/ArgosPromo3/includeName/giftvoucher1.htm?tag=tactbestdeals_1 ). Please note that the £10 off is a "voucher code to use on a future online purchase" and the offer expires tomorrow - 3rd Apr -
thanks "sickly sweet " . So price will get down to 277.99 plus further £0.50 TCB on "Complete & Reserve Orders"

* and if you have friend who works @ Argos you have opportunity to share portion of their 10% staff discount - thanks "ompek "
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Link Added:)


Edited By: DustyUK on Apr 30, 2011 16:15
#2
Thanks DustyUK. For some reason I can't amend the link. Can admin/moderators sort this please.
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Glad I'm not the only one that laughed at the visual image, am not sure OP was intentionally being funny :D
1 Like #5
Might borrow ops for the wifes beard.
#6
Can this also be used on the palms of your hands?
#7
lol she's not hairy anymore
2 Likes #8
Wouldn't mind trying this on a baboon :D
#9
Does it hurt? Could I use it on me never regions?
2 Likes #10
no its doesn't hurt and it's your nether regions....or maybe if you don't ever go there then you're probably right!
1 Like #11
If it's £287.99 at Argos as it says in the OP, then they have the 'spend over £100 get £10 of vouchers' deal on at the moment so if you have other things to buy at Argos it is a slightly better deal.
Not sure this is for me and it seems expensive for non-permanent hair removal, but if it works that's great!
2 Likes #12
Seems a lot of money for a torch.
#13
yep have to get the girlfriend 1 as she all ways using my razor lol
1 Like #14
Great, the missus won't have to look like Magnum PI any more!
1 Like #15
Anyone know if this is good for back, crack and sack?
#16
this not permanent?
#17
Guys be very sceptical. Very. I put money on this thing not working.
#18
sickly sweet
If it's £287.99 at Argos as it says in the OP, then they have the 'spend over £100 get £10 of vouchers' deal on at the moment so if you have other things to buy at Argos it is a slightly better deal.
Not sure this is for me and it seems expensive for non-permanent hair removal, but if it works that's great!
That is for permanent hair removal
#19
Bear in mind that this device works on dark hairs only. If you have a fair or blonde hair, don't expect good results. Read the guide carefully and as much reviews as you can.
It has 60 days money back guarantee so if you are not happy send it back
1 Like #20
hugekebab
Guys be very sceptical. Very. I put money on this thing not working.


That's alright, I don't think there's going to be many guys using it.
#21
these things are gimmicks
1 Like #22
Argos staff have 10% discount, think if you have any friends there (_;)

Edited By: ompek on May 02, 2011 18:47
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BEWARE... Theres always complications

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