Sanitas IPL Hair Remover (100,000 Flashes), 3 Year Warranty, In Store @ Lidl On Thursday, 7th December, £79.99
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Sanitas IPL Hair Remover (100,000 Flashes), 3 Year Warranty, In Store @ Lidl On Thursday, 7th December, £79.99

£79.99LIDL Deals
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Edited by:"louiselouise"Found 3rd Dec
After submitting my Deal (well, not really a Deal, more an FYI) for Gibellini No1 EDT, spotted this. In stores from Thursday, 7th December.
  • 2847070.jpg2847070.jpg2847070.jpgEnjoy up to 8 weeks of naturally smooth, hair free skin
  • Advanced hair removal technology deactivates the hair root beneath the skin preventing hair regrowth
  • Suitable for arms, legs, face, armpits and the bikini line
  • 100,000 light pulses
  • Flash guide function

From an ebay listing:

Permanent hair removal using IPL light technology - for arms, legs, face, armpits and bikini area
Maximum safety thanks to 2-in-1 skin type and skin contact sensor
With "flash-glide" function for a comfortable application at lowest energy level
Up to 50% hair reduction after 3-4 treatments
100,000 light pulses
1 pulse / second at 3.1 cm 2 light area
Integrated UV filter for the protection of the skin
Fastest device in compact size at lowest power level (3.1 cm² light area in only 19 minutes, 58 minutes at the highest energy level)

Small and handy
Ideal for treating small areas of the body
State-of-the-art IPL lighting technology, which is also used by professional skin-care professionals

Dermatological study with 36 women, Institute of Proderm Hamburg, Study No. 14.0148-Dermatological study with 36 women, Institute proDERM Hamburg, Study No. 14.0148- 11)

Application:
Face: about 1 minute
Shoulder: approx. 1 minute
Arms: 8 minutes each
Bikini area: approx. 2.5 minutes
Legs: 18 minutes each
Chest hair (male): approx. 11 minutes
Mains operation
Dimensions: approx 7 B x H 4 x D 13 cm
Weight: approx 220 g

IPL light technology
for a professional hair removal. Deactivates the hair roots deep under the skin and prevents the regrowth of the hair.

I'll dig around and see if I can find comparisons/reviews.

Picture from a Czech site:2847070.jpgAnd a Polish site :
2847070.jpg2847070.jpg2847070-RsO0Y.jpgAll the Youtube reviews I see are in other languages


14 Comments

can I use it on my sack?

this site has dropped to lower than your sack,

tamboss21 s ago

this site has dropped to lower than your sack,


and thats low..

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tamboss10 m ago

this site has dropped to lower than your sack,



Who knew a thread about an IPL gadget could inspire such strong hatred! Or something else is going on I have no idea about..thanks...I think?

back in the days nobody shaved their sacks with ipl gadgets,,maybe i,m getting old...

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tamboss3 m ago

you just proved my point,,this used to be a deal site



Nobody's making you read/buy it. Try being antsy with someone else.

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The only desperation I sense is your need for attention. Thanks very much.

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tamboss13 m ago

hope your beard disappears before christmas..thank you very much.



The menopause isn't far away, thanks for your kind concern

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tamboss1 m ago

no problem. nice to see you lighting up.merry xmas.



And yet, this member talks about HUKD going downhill?! Oh, the irony....

Deleted comments notwithstanding, is it any good????? If it works it'll be cheaper than buying Nads....

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Shengis3 m ago

Deleted comments notwithstanding, is it any good????? If it works it'll be …Deleted comments notwithstanding, is it any good????? If it works it'll be cheaper than buying Nads....



I'd love to know, actually...though *that* person doesn't realise shaving and IPL are different hair removal methods Some just come out of the wilderness to be grumpy on here, I'll never understand it.

The only reviews I found were in foreign languages....it's the Sanitas IPL-100, so I'll update if I come up with anything. Amazon de's reviews (on Post #1) are half and half. Obviously if you have very dark skin, this is no good (judging by the illustration on the box).

louiselouise8 m ago

I'd love to know, actually...though *that* person doesn't realise shaving …I'd love to know, actually...though *that* person doesn't realise shaving and IPL are different hair removal methods Some just come out of the wilderness to be grumpy on here, I'll never understand it.The only reviews I found were in foreign languages....it's the Sanitas IPL-100, so I'll update if I come up with anything. Amazon de's reviews (on Post #1) are half and half. Obviously if you have very dark skin, this is no good (judging by the illustration on the box).



From what i've read so far IPL is the black car white car thing. Darker objects absorb heat better than light objects (so get rid of those white radiators folks as the heat is being reflected back into the radiator...). Therefore in theory a dark hair will allow more heat in to damage the root. Not sure what the effect of this would be on dark skin though. Now the question is, is it powerful enough to follow through on that theory.

Gave the wife the cash, she got one. Tested for pain using my leg and felt nothing. Same result on her leg. Would suggest wearing sunglasses while using it as even when pressed into the skin the light is pretty bad. I'm thinking this thing is Snake Oil but we shall see. I'll post the results here so if it comes around again people will know whether its likely to work or to just buy a box of Blue II's
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