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Smooth skin from head to toe: Philips Lumea IPL Prestige home hair removal device has the LOWEST price ever in the Amazon End of Summer Sale

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Amazon shoppers are getting “amazing results” thanks to one IPL device that promises up to six months of hair-free smoothness – and it’s currently on sale at its lowest price ever.

The Philips Lumea IPL Prestige has been reduced by a whopping £114 in the Amazon End of Summer Sale, now just £284.99 (was £399).

Removing unwanted hair from your underarms, bikini line, body or face with long-lasting results, shoppers have hailed it as ‘just incredible’, raving about how it gives ‘game-changing’ results in just a few uses.

The Philips Lumea IPL Prestige uses intense pulsed light to destroy hair follicles and break the cycle of unwanted hair growth.

It can be used once every two weeks for full body hair removal. It comes with two different sized treatment caps for the body, face, bikini line and underarms so you can target those hard-to-reach areas.

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If you’re tired of shaving all the time but are wary of the cost of in-salon laser treatments, the Philips Lumea IPL Prestige could be a brilliant compromise according to hundreds of impressed customers.

Shoppers have described the Philips Lumea Prestige as “the best investment they’ve made,” “a life-saver for the summer,” and “some of the best money I’ve spent,” with some users reporting “a visible difference after three sessions.”

If you want to remove hair for a longer period of time, laser hair removal with an IPL device can give you the desired results from the comfort of your own home.

The Philips Lumea The home appliance works in the same way as in-salon treatments, but uses less energy. Using intense pulsed light (IPL), the device glides over your skin to destroy hair follicles and stop hair growth for up to six months.

The treatment starts to work quickly, with the brand recommending treating the areas only every two weeks for the first six weeks (versus weekly with other brands), then updating monthly to maintain results.

And shoppers were largely impressed with the results, with many noting how hair is left ‘much finer/less’ and with a significant reduction in irritated skin.

To use the device, place or slide it on the areas you want to 'zap' by pressing and holding the flash button.  The device's sensor identifies which of the five power settings is appropriate for your skin tone.  And after the flash you continue

To use the device, place or slide it on the areas you want to ‘zap’ by pressing and holding the flash button. The device’s sensor identifies which of the five power settings is appropriate for your skin tone. And after the flash you continue

A shopper left a glowing review for the Philips Lumea IPL Prestigewrites: ‘I have mainly used it on my legs and underarms and the results have been exceptional so far.

“My legs get thick brown hair, and when I shave with a razor, they usually grow back within two days. But after a few treatments with the Lumea, the hair barely grows back and my skin remains smooth and stubble-free!’.

Another agreed and also reported “great results!”. They wrote, “I have suffered for years since my teenage years with thick growth on my legs that have struggled for a long time with shaving and waxing epilation.”

A third reviewer agreed, writing: ‘Don’t walk, RUN to buy this! Bought this after it was constantly recommended in ladies chat groups and give it a try – I HAVE NOTICED RESULTS AFTER 2nd USE!!! WOW.

‘Literally on my 4th treatment now and hair growth back is extremely slow. I haven’t shaved in 2 or 3 weeks. Hair on my thighs is like non-existent. My strawberry legs are gone. Awesome!’

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