Philips SC2007/00 Lumea Prestige IPL Hair Removal System - £239.99 @ AMAZON 'DOTD' - HotUKDeals
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The three camels have been keeping their watchful eye on this for me for a while and this morning received an email saying the the prices had dropped to £10 below my desired price.

Normally a penny shy of £300 (RRP £450 :))

Seems expensive, but apparently well worth the money compared to salon visits.

This is an Amazon 'DEAL OF THE DAY' price (currently 13 hours 25 minutes left and counting down).

The deal may be because the newer model SC2009 has been released, which is currently £500 in the Philips website (£400 on Boot)

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
If you are looking for a safe, fast and painless solution to unwanted hair with lasting results, the Philips Lumea is the better choice. Using enhanced Intense Pulsed Light technology (IPL), Lumea offers one solution to replace traditional hair removal methods such as waxing, shaving, creams, gels and epilators. Lumea has two treatment modes - Slide and Flash, ideal for fast treatment of larger areas such as legs - you simply glide the device over the skin you want to treat, smoothly and quickly. To treat curvy areas or targeted zones, such as bikini line, you have the option of Step and Flash mode too.

With the backing of 12 years experience** in IPL technology, you can trust Philips Lumea to give you smooth hair free skin with lasting results.

** Innovation Site Eindhoven, collaboration Peter Bjerring, 2002

Box Contains

1 x SC2007 handle
1 x body attachment
1 x face attachment
1 x storage pouch
1 x power adapter
1x user manual
Two year guarantee
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#1
Why would I pay so much for it? I'm getting bald for free.

Edited By: Aznar on Sep 17, 2015 11:29: .
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Aznar
Why would I pay so much for it? I'm getting bold for free.

I take it you mean 'Bald'?
I know what you mean...me too.

But this if more for the lady in your life if fancies saving an absolute fortune compared to salon prices


Edited By: Ripperoo on Sep 17, 2015 11:30
#3
Ripperoo

I take it you mean 'Bald'?.

I must turn off autocorrect option. Thanks.
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HERE WE GO AGAIN!

It seems to be getting chilly in here!

Cold voters, voting cold again even though they don't understand what the product is and how much it could save in both time and money.

Maybe I should look out for a 29p cucumber? They seem to do well on here! LOL

This place is about deals that save you some mullah, isn't it?

Admittedly, it is a relatively high initial outlay, but normally, this unit costs between £300-£400 on Amazon, although it has been around the £300 mark for the last year or so. Even so, £60 off is a good deal, isn't it?

Boots still selling it for £450 for gawd’s sake, which is the RRP, so the current Amazon price is a whopping £210 off the Boots price.

But and this is a big BUT, this unit has the potential to save you an absolute fortune compared to salon prices and which could be in the high hundreds if not thousands.

A quick search found a salon charging these prices (prices will vary from salon to salon of course):
http://s17.postimg.org/vuzarvcv3/salon_prices.jpg




Edited By: Ripperoo on Sep 17, 2015 11:57
#5
Voted hot, purchased last year for £300 . I am very happy with the results , would recommend to anyone thinking of buying one x
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#7
I am a laser technician performing laser hair removal all the time, these are a waste of money only good for the odd hair OK it's more expensive in a salon/clinic but you should get far better results
#8
So Whats the best thing to buy ? I got hairs all over my body and my gf said I definitely need one
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louloupop02
I am a laser technician performing laser hair removal all the time, these are a waste of money
Not being funny, but you are bound to say this, aren't you?

Especially if it steers potential clients away from the expensive salon prices.

Edited By: Ripperoo on Sep 17, 2015 15:45
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Ripperoo
louloupop02
I am a laser technician performing laser hair removal all the time, these are a waste of money
Not being funny, but you are bound to say this, aren't you?

Especially if it steers potential clients away from the expensive salon prices.


IPL is not usually as good as laser and this machine is not medical grade and can only be used on skin types 1-3 so not everyone can use it, I have worked with lasers for 8 years and over I've not had one person rate these devices hence why they are laying on our beds now having treatments! I can only give my advice your choice if you wish to waste your money

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