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Braun - Permanent visible hair removal Ipl bd3001 free delivery £135 @ Debenhams
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A lot cheaper than other retailers. Limited stock
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leechris8217th Feb

These are not permanent , so dont waste your time and money, nothing …These are not permanent , so dont waste your time and money, nothing removes hair permanent, these over time reduce the hair to fine growth, over time the hair is back to normal when you stop using, they over heat fast as the bulb is very hot, , i have tryed so i know! If there was a permanent device please let me know, stick to shaving , waxing or creams,


You're correct, but this is pain free and longer lasting Also great if you suffer with in growing hairs!
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JaneeKiri17th Feb

Is this product (or other IPL) suitable for female anus and genitalia …Is this product (or other IPL) suitable for female anus and genitalia area?(serious question)


No, only bikini line
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Is this product (or other IPL) suitable for female anus and genitalia area?
(serious question)
I've gone from lady chewbacca to large bald patches on my legs which havnt grown for years. This was with the boots smooth skin machine.
Has anyone given one of these to the missus and not received a black eye yet?

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braun permanent hair removal £150 @ Debenhams
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Braun hair remover has really good reviews and this is the cheapest I have found for it. Worth a try at this price. Sorry don't know how long it will be this price, Also free nomin… Read more
PinkyPonk.Driver7 h, 2 m ago

Does this really not work then? I'd love to get rid of hair permenantly, …Does this really not work then? I'd love to get rid of hair permenantly, that seems to get thicker every year



for me it has made a difference - though its early days. anyway far better than the more painful waxing - epilator.
escortboy5 h, 53 m ago

Does this work on eyelashes?



No! (though I doubt it was a serious question)
jamkhan5 h, 37 m ago

Does anyone know if this is the same as the Philips lumea ?



it is similar to lumea (they have a big range though) - reading through the blurb this appears to be the made by cyden which i think is the same as the smoothskin pro (looks the same) that I have. this machine though does have different settings and nothing about suitability for facial hair. (just checked on Amazon they do say it can be used on the face)
darkovo5 h, 6 m ago

My beef is the 'permanent' claim, which is untrue and misleading.Permanent …My beef is the 'permanent' claim, which is untrue and misleading.Permanent means forever doesn't it?Not using this product (or other products with the same claim) for a few months or so after you've been regularly using it for months and the hair will grow back just like it used to, sure it may be easy to use in the time you are using it but you've spent £150 or more for the privilege!



no procedure is permanent because previously Dormant hair will inevitably become active at some time. however from my research these machines reduce hair growth by around 25% in the first 3 months of use, so it needs patience and discipline. whether its 'permanent' only time will tell.

I have the smoothskin pro which has different settings and skin tone sensors and it has made a difference, i've only had it for a short while though .. it really doesn't take long to zap various parts of the body. it says to shave (which i'm not prepared to do), but for first use I didnt - i waxed and I waited for some re-growth before zapping. I haven't had to wax since.

there are other machines that incorporate both ipl and no-no style treatment in one unit (i think philips make one but far too expensive for me) and they work on any skin tone/hair colour.
EMtart53 m ago

I have one of these and if you follow the instructions to the letter you …I have one of these and if you follow the instructions to the letter you will see drastic reductions in hair growth, the first 2-3 months you must do it weekly and then only maintenance treatments after that. If you stop the hair will grow back but it is finer and slower growing. I would buy again, especially at this price.I have This one read the reviews here.Note Braun Silk-expert IPL is most effective on light to medium skin tones with hair ranging from natural blonde to dark brown or black. The device is least effective on very blonde, red, grey or white hair where the smaller amount of melanin does not absorb the light.



My beef is the 'permanent' claim, which is untrue and misleading.
Permanent means forever doesn't it?

Not using this product (or other products with the same claim) for a few months or so after you've been regularly using it for months and the hair will grow back just like it used to, sure it may be easy to use in the time you are using it but you've spent £150 or more for the privilege!
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Kapmore Hair Removal Electric Wax Heater w/ coupon P2I6OSAR £12.99 Prime/ £17.74 Non Prime Sold by Kapmore and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Easy to use and and secure to wear. £12.99 with coupon P2I6OSAR
Hair removal for the S@M lovers.
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Philips Lumea SC1995 IPL hair removal with trimmer in Argos for 179.99
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Philips IPL hair removal thing with a trimmer for 180 in argos currently is 250 on amazon (average amazon price 284 according to camel camel camel) and thats without the extra trim… Read more
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I dont understand why this was voted cold
twinkle.eyes38 m ago

You still need to buy the razor and shaving gel to use this as you have to …You still need to buy the razor and shaving gel to use this as you have to shave first then use it so your not making any real saving perhaps in the long run but certainly not in the short term


Obviously you're not saving anything in the short term - it's £180, which is probably way more than anyone has ever spent on hair removal in the short term, no matter how expensive their aftershave is. But this is for permanent hair removal so it's not meant to be a short term solution.

Even if you only spend an average of £1 per week on shaving supplies (cheap disposable razors + shaving foam), if you're going to be shaving for 50 years of your life that's £2,600. But chances are you spend more on that, with aftershaves or balms, etc.

If this works for you - and, again, it might not, but in theory if it did - you're going to spend a month shaving and then using the IPL device once a week, then you never have to shave again. You've saved a couple of thousand quid in shaving supplies over the rest of your life, not to mention the time you've saved, plus any discomfort you might get from shaving.

Having to buy one last packet of razors and can of shaving foam is hardly a dealbreaker here - because if you're not going to give IPL a try you're going to have to buy those anyway!
reddragon1056 h, 26 m ago

Not sure why the cold votes - it's £180 in Argos when it's about £240 e …Not sure why the cold votes - it's £180 in Argos when it's about £240 everywhere else so that deserves a hot vote in my book. I almost bought one from Amazon Warehouse at this price with the 20% discount last week but didn't want to risk getting one that was used rather than just open box, so getting one new at this price seems like a good deal.Whether it actually works or not is another question though! Going by Amazon reviews it generally does, but not for everyone.Yeah, but how often do you need to buy those things? Because this is 36x the price but you're probably going to get through more than 36 razors + cans of gel in a lifetime, plus does anyone actually like the effort and discomfort of shaving, or is it a hassle you'd rather do without? But that's assuming this would work for you, because it might not and then it would be a waste of £180 - so is it worth the gamble?


You still need to buy the razor and shaving gel to use this as you have to shave first then use it so your not making any real saving perhaps in the long run but certainly not in the short term
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reddragon10517 m ago

Not sure why the cold votes - it's £180 in Argos when it's about £240 e …Not sure why the cold votes - it's £180 in Argos when it's about £240 everywhere else so that deserves a hot vote in my book. I almost bought one from Amazon Warehouse at this price with the 20% discount last week but didn't want to risk getting one that was used rather than just open box, so getting one new at this price seems like a good deal.Whether it actually works or not is another question though! Going by Amazon reviews it generally does, but not for everyone.Yeah, but how often do you need to buy those things? Because this is 36x the price but you're probably going to get through more than 36 razors + cans of gel in a lifetime, plus does anyone actually like the effort and discomfort of shaving, or is it a hassle you'd rather do without? But that's assuming this would work for you, because it might not and then it would be a waste of £180 - so is it worth the gamble?



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Philips Lumea Prestige IPL Hair Removal Device BRI953/00 £299.89 @ Costco
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Deal on Philips Lumea Prestige IPL Hair Removal Device BRI953/00 This SKU sits between BRI956/00 and BRI950/00 in terms of spec and attachments
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Destard10 h, 1 m ago

I don't understand the 25% sign up thing? sorry can you explain?


It looks like the promotion has expired, the 20% is still working
ellenw21st Nov

Philips have DMNOV18 18% off, 11NEC20 20% off, 25% code Sign up for Better …Philips have DMNOV18 18% off, 11NEC20 20% off, 25% code Sign up for Better Me Promotion. 13% TCB, 7 Quidco.https://www.philips.co.uk/c-w/better-me-better-world.html?origin=2_gb_en_2_2142931https://www.philips.co.uk/shop/search/?text=ipl


I don't understand the 25% sign up thing? sorry can you explain?
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Lumea Advanced IPL Hair Removal SC1999/00 - £223.76 @ Philips - Sign up to Better Me Promotion 25% Off code
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£238.66 code 11NEC20 20% off no sign up to promotion. Add UPS Express delivery £5.99 no extra charge. Possibly 13% TCB, 7 Quidco. Sign up for Better Me Promotion. https://www.phil… Read more
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KamBhatti6 h, 20 m ago

Are these any good .... do they work??


Yes it works if you use it properly
IPL (intense pulse light) uses light in a very narrow bandwidth in a short pulse (similar to a camera flash). This light is transferred as heat down the hair to the hair follicle to put it in to temporary “hibernation”. Because hair grows in different phases, the hair needs to be treated a number of times to catch all of the hairs in the right phase of growth. You can typically expect the hair to stop growing for around 9 months (younger people might find the effect permanent). Because the light generates heat in the dark hair, it doesn’t work well on blonde or red hair. The light can also generate heat in darker skin tones so the earlier poster is correct to say that IPL works best on dark hair and light skin.
The difference in price between systems is typically a combination of flash rate (more flashes per minute is pricier), bulb life (more flashes are more expensive), and treatment area (bigger window is more expensive). Corded devices are normally cheaper than battery but the best devices have both cord and battery.
Pretty much all the cheap devices are made by the same company. I think all IPL devices are now medical devices and regulated as such.
Remington IPL6500 i-Light Pro IPL Hair Removal System  - Argos ebay £129.99
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Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee, free delivery. Designed for use on both the face and the body.
LeahsMintytoutou11th Sep

Ah right ok Thankyou for your views on use with it. The burning hair smell …Ah right ok Thankyou for your views on use with it. The burning hair smell puts me off. I Bought a no no and I only used it twice because it just stinks of burning hair, it makes me feel abit sick. I think it works the same way as this by the sounds of it, just a bigger head (which is much more useful as trying to do legs or arms with a no no just takes forever). Really pleased your wife has found some welcome relief for her condition do you know has had she found that fewer hairs come back? I noticed it said on the info that after 3 uses(*), 12 months later there's still less growth?im going to have a look at the review somesonr linked below. Thanks again:)



Bit late but if burning smell a problem try pinching nose or blocking it with tissue.
Neostar15 h, 14 m ago

Want one of these but always unsure Does it work on darker skin …Want one of these but always unsure Does it work on darker skin colours?


"Not suitable for skin tones 5 & 6, because dark skin has a high melanin content"
Sharpharp4 h, 47 m ago

Can this do back, crack n sack?

Yes its not a bad pain feeling just a little prick style. Do it on. Level 3. I have the lumea one. It's brilliant
Want one of these but always unsure

Does it work on darker skin colours?
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Hope it works.
EDIT 6/9 now 10% Cheaper with code ie £116.10 - Miele Complete C2 Cat / Dog PowerLine C2CD Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner with Pet Hair Removal was £249@ AO (+ more in OP inc Hoover Breeze Pets TH71BR02 Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner £48.60)
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EDIT 6/9/17 - Now 10% cheaper with code FLOOR10 (takes 10% off ALL Floor Care) makes it now just £116.10 I have quite a few dogs including some very large hairy ones & my fai… Read more
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Thanks. I thought about buying a separate turbo brush-head for my C3. But at 65ish each, I paid a bit more and bought this one instead(highfive) It comes with 2 brush-heads: 1 turbo and 1 airteq.
mpaxton788 h, 53 m ago

Any thoughts on the cheapest place to get the genuine bags/filters for the …Any thoughts on the cheapest place to get the genuine bags/filters for the Miele? Just taken delivery of mine and it's awesome but only 1 bag supplied so I'm going to need to get some soon.


I have just bought the C3 which was under £150 and in the contents you should have a voucher for reduced price bags so take advantage of that. The C3 is a very capable hoover and I was surprised that it is quieter than many hoovers of this power range. The bags hold 4.5 litres which means you wont be changing it that often but the indicators will let you know when it needs doing
villageidiotdan8th Sep

Hey Cubby, would be interested to see how you feel they compare. Our Henry …Hey Cubby, would be interested to see how you feel they compare. Our Henry is working fine, just hard work picking up cat hair on medium pile carpet.



Try an airo brush if you haven't already, very good for carpets and cat hair.
Any thoughts on the cheapest place to get the genuine bags/filters for the Miele? Just taken delivery of mine and it's awesome but only 1 bag supplied so I'm going to need to get some soon.
cubbyvegas17 h, 5 m ago

Bought one today had henry hoover for 10 years so gonna try miele

Hey Cubby, would be interested to see how you feel they compare. Our Henry is working fine, just hard work picking up cat hair on medium pile carpet.
Philips Lumea Prestige BRI956/00 IPL Hair Removal Device at Amazon for £399.98
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I'm in the market for a hair removal device, came across this one which has dropped quite a bit. i think it's supposed to slow down hair growth moreso than "removing" hair. If thi… Read more
Reate27th Aug

Why exactly? Comments like these are not helpful without a reason!


If you haven't bought one yet, there's 20% off at Philips with code FAN20, making the price £300. possible 13% Quidco.
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kkthomask25th Aug

Sorry to say that this is hair raisingly cold..I did not vote cold though



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This is my first post. If you're going to vote cold, can you at least give a reason or provide a link to where it can be bought cheaper?
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googley225th Aug

Regularly on Ebay for much less.



You can buy most things on eBay for much less, but then you're not buying the item with the same guarantees or warranty provided with Amazon. I checked on eBay also, I couldn't find it cheaper... even second hand is barely cheaper.
Remington HC366 Stylist Hair Clipper Set - £17.99 @ Argos
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Remington HC366 Stylist Hair Clipper Set Great coreless clipper at cheapest price around i believe... Comes along with scissor plus more which is a plus..
Nickbk21 h, 50 m ago

Personally this is better than the beard trimmer post, as you get a lot …Personally this is better than the beard trimmer post, as you get a lot more for an extra £7



Combined - It's one heck of alot of hair trimming for £30
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JumpMan198014 m ago

Heat. What with this and the beard trimmer posted already, I shall be …Heat. What with this and the beard trimmer posted already, I shall be super groomed...


Personally this is better than the beard trimmer post, as you get a lot more for an extra £7
Heat. What with this and the beard trimmer posted already, I shall be super groomed...
3x Venus Disp Razors £3.73 + Free Del for Members & Free C+C @ Superdrug
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Pack of 3 Venus Treasures Razors for £3.73 offer of the week at Superdrug. They also have the tropical version for the same price. Normally i'd say £5 is a good price for these, do… Read more
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Cheers OP. Spent £10 on 4 razors at Asda yesterday - they aren't the disposable ones - but I bet they're the same. Price of razors does my head in, such a rip off - plus the (supposedly) longer lasting ones should be cheaper IMHO as less plastic for landfill. Grr. rant over, back to asda to return my ones
40% Off Laser Hair Removal @ Sk:n Clinics
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Just spotted that sk:n are doing 40% off their laser hair removal treatments which start from £45, got to beat shaving and waxing surely?! The reviews look pretty decent too on Tr… Read more
Skin are one of the best, still 6 treatments will still set you back over 530 for the face with 40 percent off. but I found it to be worth every pound. started when I was 18
Ah nice I will give the missus a nudge!
Oh that's good!! When I had it done it was way more expensive for me.
Not one for me but seems like a decent saving and they have a loads of clinics all over the place.
Philips Lumea SC2009/00 IPL Cordless Hair Removal Device £239.99 @ Amazon
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Amazon Deal Of The Day @ £279.99 but £40 voucher was available on product page when logged into Amazon account bringing it down to £239.99 Appears to be cheapest price this has bee… Read more
cherry_1306

Bought for £229 few days ago x



​Could you let me know where you got it for 229 so I can keep an eye out? X
So gutted I missed this. Have no idea why it's cold
It does nothing that a teaspoon of mercury can't
Bilbo1968

Bought, used, didn't remove a hair from my rse - it's a no from me.


How long have you been using it.
I also want to buy one but can't decide which one
Philips BRI861/00 Lumea Essential IPL Hair Removal System £170 on Tesco direct with ecoupon TDX-KPYK
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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 ha… Read more
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.
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.
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.
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..
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.
Philips Lumea Precision Plus IPL Hair Removal System SC2008/11 - £249.99 @ Costco
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hey, i saw this deal on costco, very cheap as compared to amazon i have already used this then gave it to a friend, it works perfect for underarms. reduced alot of hair, it will no… Read more
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rooney10

'costed' , lol . My 5 year old says this , so cute.



​aww thanks lol
A blowlamp does the job cheaper.
biker2011

this is cheap. I have the 2007 model and it costed me this 2 years ago … this is cheap. I have the 2007 model and it costed me this 2 years ago after points and cashback from boots!go girl



'costed' , lol . My 5 year old says this , so cute.
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this is cheap. I have the 2007 model and it costed me this 2 years ago after points and cashback from boots!
go girl
Extra 15% off Already Reduced Philips Lumea SC1995 Laser Hair Remover with voucher @ Unineed
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INSTRUCTIONS: RRP £325.00 Reduced to £210 with voucher £178.50 Enter the code at the checkout.
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not voting either way - probably a good price but daughter bought one and reported that it did not work for her.
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