Philips Lumea Prestige IPL Device SC2007/00 RRP £475.00 now £275.00 @ CurrentBody.com (FREE UK Delivery)
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Philips Lumea Prestige IPL Device SC2007/00 RRP £475.00 now £275.00 @ CurrentBody.com (FREE UK Delivery)

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Edited by:"rubberbullets"Found 16th Aug 2017
Philips Lumea Prestige IPL Device SC2007/00 RRP £475.00 now £275 @ 2766405.jpg
If there is one thing Philips is famous for it is hair removal solutions like the Philips Lumea Prestige IPL Device SC2007/00.

Using salon-standard Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) to tackle and kill your hair follicles, you can use the Philips SC2007/00 on your face and body, as well as delicate areas like your bikini line and underarms.

Not only is it safe to use on fair to medium skin with dark hair, its precision facial attachment allows you to treat your chin, upper lip, and even sideburns.
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Seems good price, maybe reflecting end of product life as many other merchants no longer appear to market it.
What's good for thick coarse hair? is this effective?
IMHO Philips will be remembered for introducing the compact cassette to the world and later, in cooperation with Sony, the CD
Very good price. So far it seems to have permanently removed hair regrowth. Over 6 months now.
musssy15 m ago

Very good price. So far it seems to have permanently removed hair …Very good price. So far it seems to have permanently removed hair regrowth. Over 6 months now.


Hope you didn't think it was a hair dryer!
The philips lumea really works but this price is not good. I purchased the philips sc2009 which has the extra attachments and more power from a seller on eBay it was listed as new-other but inside everything was brand new for £280 the seller still has more stock upon just checking - shortwinks2013
I am a man who needed to shave twice a week but after using this only 4/5 times (applications) I now need to shave once every 10-14 days
It's taken 10 years off my beard 😃
My lady was interested with it, but she find out on some youtube reviews or forum that using it is quite painful. Anyone will confirm or denied this? How is it really?
Edited by: "HavocLP" 18th Aug 2017
Excess hair doesn't normally bother me but I'm getting hair growing out of my ears which is really annoying. It grows on the outside of the ear and just below the hole of the ear. Could this item be a solution?
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