Philips Lumea Precision Plus SC2006/11 IPL Hair Removal System for Face and Body - Boots £267.74 + Advantage points + Quidco
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Philips Lumea Precision Plus SC2006/11 IPL Hair Removal System for Face and Body - Boots £267.74 + Advantage points + Quidco

£267.74Amazon Deals
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Found 1st Nov 2014
Cheapest price to date!

Was £315 last week on Amazon.

Also same price in Boots if you use the 10% off voucher on this board plus you get Boots points. So the Boots deal is actually better if you include the points.

boots.com/en/…30/

Philips Lumea Precision Plus SC2006/11 IPL Hair Removal System for Face and Body

179,851 UK women staying hair-free with Lumea*
Effective: Over 70% reduction in hair regrowth in just 8 weeks**
Fast: 4 cm² application window with new Slide & Flash mode for even faster application as well as Step & Flash mode for precision treatment
Convenient: Advanced Salon IPL technology for home use - cordless, no gels or accessories needed
Versatile: For face, legs, arms, bikini area and underarms. Five settings - for most skin tones and hair colours

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Original Poster

Also same price in Boots if you use the 10% off voucher on this board plus you get Boots points. So the Boots deal is actually better if you include the points. I added this to my basket:

boots.com/en/…30/

PDOCT75 - 10% off

Total Advantage Card points you will collect: 3204 PTS


I think that's £32 in advantage card points?

Plus there is Quidco / Topcashback.




Edited by: "pototea" 1st Nov 2014

What is 10% off at boots please?

Original Poster

PDOCT75 - 10% off

Thank you

What a waste of money -_-

what are the reviews like on this????

Is it any good

Heat!

Read the reviews

Original Poster

I bought one ~6 weeks ago and for me it was worth every penny.

If you are spending £30+ on waxing every 2-3 months then this recoups the money very quickly.

Thanks

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pototea

I bought one ~6 weeks ago and for me it was worth every penny.If you are … I bought one ~6 weeks ago and for me it was worth every penny.If you are spending £30+ on waxing every 2-3 months then this recoups the money very quickly.


Thank you

poshaffi

what are the reviews like on this????


I've been using SC2002 version for almost 2 years now. Amazing results, worth every penny.

This is a good deal! I bought one of these six months ago at full price and I think it's worth every penny. I suffer with PCOS and this has really given my confidence back. This is not like the 'Rio' laser which was useless!!!

Costs a lot but WORTH IT!

I'm scared it hurts, but nobody really mentions this? What does it actually feel like? A slight burning for example? Or the type of pain you get when rubbing perfume into a wound? lol

Original Poster

No it doesn't hurt at all.

Thank you. ordered

Thanks, ordered!

Amazing invention! Definitely worth it especially at this price!

bought it for my wife she's well happy. thanks a lot. have some heat.

Voted Hot

I like facial hair on women

But is it good to get rid of my fur on my back? I hate waxing as a man. oO

Why cant i pay for it online with my points i have saved? Really wanted this!!

I am sure a Qualcast is cheaper than this and more efficient.

Managed to order with my points that I'd been saving for yeeeears, i have been waiting solely for this item, so thank u loads for posting. I cant wait to save on years of waxing!! HOT

Despite being an "ideal" candidate (dark hair and fair skin), IPL didn't work for me. I am a man trying to remove my beard because ingrowing hairs were causing horrible cystic spots regularly. I had 20x IPL sessions in a salon, of varying wavelengths and the effect never lasted for more than a week or so. Then I went "full potato" and had 6 or 7 sessions of real laser hair removal (read "Cynosure Elite") at a private hospital. I must say that was more effective but still didn't have a massive lasting effect. Here I am 2 years later and my beard area is patchy, about 50% of the hair remains. So, I never reached a stage where a certain area didn't need shaving, only that there was less to shave off in said areas.

On my last laser treatment the power was turned up so high I sustained what I think was a burn. I thought I was scarred for life but after a year it cleared up.

Regarding pain, I find both laser and IPL treatment painful. Especially laser. Each pulse (of which each session could be like, 80 pulses) would feel like getting 3 mild bee stings in a row. This is despite having applied a special gel to my face to numb it 40min prior.

Everyone has different skin and will react differently to different treatments so good luck to anyone giving this a go. I see from some comments already in the thread that some people are happy with this product so, good for them.

Edited by: "RowanDDR" 3rd Nov 2014

Can this be used on balls, gooch and bum hole? (Serious question)

Just ordered but only got 1060 boots points ??

cassieismydoggie

Just ordered but only got 1060 boots points ??



Same here

splender

I am sure a Qualcast is cheaper than this and more efficient.

Too much bover

Banned

Shining laser trimmed balls for holidays is the new trend in Paris.

You can have this huge Usb Flash Drive? on offer for £56
http://www.beautybasin.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/z10.jpg



Edited by: "Looking4Glitches" 3rd Nov 2014

Original Poster

The triple points expired on 2nd Nov

iamthegr81

Can this be used on balls, gooch and bum hole? (Serious question)

lasers on your balls? Rather you than me

Banned

Same price on amazon.

iv got this from boots 3 months ago £287 and was glad. I'm still treating my face. I do treatment every week so all of you need patience !!

I do not get why hair should be removed,married my wife because I liked her very exciting mustache and hair everywhere to find out that at a later stage she is also started to be obsessed with hair removal. Not sure what does appear nice and what not to us,lol

I thought it was a barcode scanner. Gutted!

Original Poster

RowanDDR

Despite being an "ideal" candidate (dark hair and fair skin), IPL didn't … Despite being an "ideal" candidate (dark hair and fair skin), IPL didn't work for me. I am a man trying to remove my beard because ingrowing hairs were causing horrible cystic spots regularly. I had 20x IPL sessions in a salon, of varying wavelengths and the effect never lasted for more than a week or so. Then I went "full potato" and had 6 or 7 sessions of real laser hair removal (read "Cynosure Elite") at a private hospital. I must say that was more effective but still didn't have a massive lasting effect. Here I am 2 years later and my beard area is patchy, about 50% of the hair remains. So, I never reached a stage where a certain area didn't need shaving, only that there was less to shave off in said areas.On my last laser treatment the power was turned up so high I sustained what I think was a burn. I thought I was scarred for life but after a year it cleared up.Regarding pain, I find both laser and IPL treatment painful. Especially laser. Each pulse (of which each session could be like, 80 pulses) would feel like getting 3 mild bee stings in a row. This is despite having applied a special gel to my face to numb it 40min prior.Everyone has different skin and will react differently to different treatments so good luck to anyone giving this a go. I see from some comments already in the thread that some people are happy with this product so, good for them.



To be fair it does state in the instruction manual men can't use it on their facial hair.
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