Philips BRI861/00 Lumea Essential IPL Hair Removal System £170 on Tesco direct with ecoupon TDX-KPYK
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Philips BRI861/00 Lumea Essential IPL Hair Removal System £170 on Tesco direct with ecoupon TDX-KPYK

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Found 3rd May 2017
OMG I just bought my laser hair removal kit with free click and collect at tesco coming tomorrow for £130. Cannot wait to be hair free! Ive never seen it this cheap before so I had to get it. Time to reward myself with a long hot bath and soak in the bubbles
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    all the hairy best.,heat.
    I do struggle with the shaft, superb!
    Take forever to get her with amazon. My hair will be a jungle by then. Just bought mine! Heat added!
    If you think this will make you hair free, think again. All this will do is slow down hair regrowth, not eliminate it.

    You will still need to shave as many hair follicles are refractory to IPL treatment.
    Can this ipl hair removel system be straight use on skin?or you need a gel also before using this one?because in salon when they use ipl they first apply gel on your skin in case to avoide skin burn.
    Folk who say this doesn't work...have you tried it?
    If not, that's your opinion. Don't say anything about it unless you've tried it. My lumea was a game changer thanks to a poster on this site, not to be like these irritating American ads but literally changed my life! Dunno about the smaller ones like this mind you, mines the sc1990 model..or 1991? I forget
    R1992

    Folk who say this doesn't work...have you tried it? If not, that's your … Folk who say this doesn't work...have you tried it? If not, that's your opinion. Don't say anything about it unless you've tried it. My lumea was a game changer thanks to a poster on this site, not to be like these irritating American ads but literally changed my life! Dunno about the smaller ones like this mind you, mines the sc1990 model..or 1991? I forget


    Totally agree with you R1992 - it IS a life changer. What a very pleasant surprise I got when Phillips IPL worked well for me after 15 years of unsuccessful electrolysis of varying types. Really, Fo3, don't knock it till you've tried it. I'd almost given up hope of ever seeing bare skin again.........you just have to ensure you've zapped every hair in the correct stage of its growth - which can take up to about 8 weeks I think. Not suitable for red or white/grey hairs; the deeper the brown/black the better (luckily for me, as although I'm "fair-haired" my facial hair was black. Been facially hair-free for months, now, so started on legs too X)
    supersue

    Totally agree with you R1992 - it IS a life changer. What a very … Totally agree with you R1992 - it IS a life changer. What a very pleasant surprise I got when Phillips IPL worked well for me after 15 years of unsuccessful electrolysis of varying types. Really, Fo3, don't knock it till you've tried it. I'd almost given up hope of ever seeing bare skin again.........you just have to ensure you've zapped every hair in the correct stage of its growth - which can take up to about 8 weeks I think. Not suitable for red or white/grey hairs; the deeper the brown/black the better (luckily for me, as although I'm "fair-haired" my facial hair was black. Been facially hair-free for months, now, so started on legs too X)


    Yes I have tried everything from professional yag? Laser to a frikkin nono! All were such bs if I'm honest. Pcos ruins your life literally. I've convinced hundreds of people to get the lumea I have because it's the only thing that's worked amazing. But I have a theory. Someone has definitely invented permanent hair removal out there but has been murdered to prevent a large money making industry going bust! (Hair removal inbeauty industry.) Think about it: they can make men into women, women into men, do heart surgeries...but, oh hair removal you say? "Nope can't do, impossible".
    They have murdered the people who can permanently remove unwanted hair. I'm sure of it
    R1992

    Folk who say this doesn't work...have you tried it? If not, that's your … Folk who say this doesn't work...have you tried it? If not, that's your opinion. Don't say anything about it unless you've tried it. My lumea was a game changer thanks to a poster on this site, not to be like these irritating American ads but literally changed my life! Dunno about the smaller ones like this mind you, mines the sc1990 model..or 1991? I forget

    hello,i ,m also thinking to buy lumea one.i get ipl 12 treatment in salon.but its not work.is that lumea easy to use.and you need to apply gel on skin or not?because in my treatment every time she apply gel on skin before ipl.

    Psaleem1

    hello,i ,m also thinking to buy lumea one.i get ipl 12 treatment in … hello,i ,m also thinking to buy lumea one.i get ipl 12 treatment in salon.but its not work.is that lumea easy to use.and you need to apply gel on skin or not?because in my treatment every time she apply gel on skin before ipl.


    There are no instructions to use gel with my Phillips IPL, and so I've never used anything with it. I 've had no problems with skin reactions (and I do have sensitive skin). You can apply the treatment in different strengths, so you can start off very low (which may be ineffective) and gradually increase as you realise there are no reactions.
    Yep R1992 I agree - not just about hair removal but lots of common conditions, illnesses, even cancer; washing machines that do what you want in a reasonable time, cleaners that empty easily - they could all have been invented but wiped out because of the damage that would be done to the economics of their industry. How is it that, as technology advances, everything becomes more impractical, lasts for a shorter time, isn't as sturdy as it used to be, isn't actually as "good" as it used to be? We just bought a TV which isn't nearly as "clear" and defined as our old one - which lasted about 25 years but they don't make any more. If it works well "wipe it out!, as consumers won't need to replace it/buy new stuff and we'll be out of business!"
    supersue

    There are no instructions to use gel with my Phillips IPL, and so I've … There are no instructions to use gel with my Phillips IPL, and so I've never used anything with it. I 've had no problems with skin reactions (and I do have sensitive skin). You can apply the treatment in different strengths, so you can start off very low (which may be ineffective) and gradually increase as you realise there are no reactions.

    thanks
    supersue

    Totally agree with you R1992 - it IS a life changer. What a very … Totally agree with you R1992 - it IS a life changer. What a very pleasant surprise I got when Phillips IPL worked well for me after 15 years of unsuccessful electrolysis of varying types. Really, Fo3, don't knock it till you've tried it. I'd almost given up hope of ever seeing bare skin again.........you just have to ensure you've zapped every hair in the correct stage of its growth - which can take up to about 8 weeks I think. Not suitable for red or white/grey hairs; the deeper the brown/black the better (luckily for me, as although I'm "fair-haired" my facial hair was black. Been facially hair-free for months, now, so started on legs too X)


    Hi, I'm interested in getting an IPL machine but am so confused with all the different versions. Which phillips one is the best or are different makes just as good? Any advice would be great.
    R1992

    Folk who say this doesn't work...have you tried it? If not, that's your … Folk who say this doesn't work...have you tried it? If not, that's your opinion. Don't say anything about it unless you've tried it. My lumea was a game changer thanks to a poster on this site, not to be like these irritating American ads but literally changed my life! Dunno about the smaller ones like this mind you, mines the sc1990 model..or 1991? I forget



    Hi, is Phillips the best one to get and which version of it or are other makes just as good. Its very confusing. I've been having laser but not great results and so expensive so want to try home IPL but there are so many that I don't know which one to try. Any advice would helpful. Thanks.
    haven17

    Hi, is Phillips the best one to get and which version of it or are other … Hi, is Phillips the best one to get and which version of it or are other makes just as good. Its very confusing. I've been having laser but not great results and so expensive so want to try home IPL but there are so many that I don't know which one to try. Any advice would helpful. Thanks.


    Hey, I got the lumen sc1991 for body but use it on face (my decision, 2 years and I'm still alive lol. I got mine for £99..I also saw the face and body one for £150, usually they tend to be reduced when newer models are released. Personally I would stick to Philips as I have tried so many other brands, rio, hellome..I don't even remember the brands, but bought loads of the pricey ones and zilch results.
    So basically dont go for a face only machine as I personally feel they are weaker models. Again this is just my opinion..
    Psaleem1

    hello,i ,m also thinking to buy lumea one.i get ipl 12 treatment in … hello,i ,m also thinking to buy lumea one.i get ipl 12 treatment in salon.but its not work.is that lumea easy to use.and you need to apply gel on skin or not?because in my treatment every time she apply gel on skin before ipl.


    No nothing required, it can be sore tbh but that's when I put the settings high and haven't shaved completely I think. Just buy some aloevera gel and SPF 50 CREAMS PEOPLE DONT END UP GETTING RID OF THE HAIR AND END UP WITH PIGMENTATION AS YOUR NEXT BATTLE lol.
    R1992

    No nothing required, it can be sore tbh but that's when I put the … No nothing required, it can be sore tbh but that's when I put the settings high and haven't shaved completely I think. Just buy some aloevera gel and SPF 50 CREAMS PEOPLE DONT END UP GETTING RID OF THE HAIR AND END UP WITH PIGMENTATION AS YOUR NEXT BATTLE lol.

    thanks for advice.but philips lumea which model number is good?because there are many model of philips one.
    it wont happen overnight does take a while, I bought the cheap rio for £30 in clearance at asda, it is working but time consuming.

    this is the more basic range Philips as mentioned when a new model comes out boots seem to reduce them by less than hair.

    mind you on these machines its doesn't state permanent hair removal, now its slowing it down I was told by rep in store will still have to be used once hair gone but more as and when required, but hair gets less.
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