Have you tried it? Good luck and let me know how you get on. IPL has been by far the most effective way of keeping the hairs thin/dead that I’ve found. having an old-school veet strip applied to my bikini area which removed not one bit of hair it was so old and dried. And usually to places that are hot, hot, hot. Answer – yes and no. Hi Leen, I bought the one that was on offer ;p By looking at the models, it’s seems like they’re all pretty similar with new models released over the years. Well, I suppose it makes sense because the laser zaps below the skin so you need to remove anything that’s in the way. Thank you for a very thorough review. The Lumea Essential IPL works using Intense Pulsed Light Technology, which essentially targets the root of the hairs to slow down and eventually stop hair growth altogether. Philips Lumea Prestige IPL - SC2007 is an at-home hair-removal solution that’s long-lasting, pain-free and effective - and it can be used on your body and face. My wife and I had had professional hair removal with almost the same results you’ve experienced, in comparison it was faster to see results, but in the end it looks like to be very similar. thank you for taking your time! Please bear in mind this is not a permanent solution, but it does provide a hair reduction and a slower growth of the hair. I am very fair skinned with dark hair though, it hasn't touched the few hairs that are white. Switch it on and select the right head (each corresponds with a body part with handy images). I've used the device twice on my underarms, and noticed results after the first use. But I have a few questions. A word on pre-care. (some machines won’t zap when detecting the tone- I’m also pale). I hardly feel any pain (ok maybe a slight pick at the sensitive lip area down under). I hope my review has helped. Hi Ella, if the corded/wireless was the only difference, I’d go for the cheaper one. Have you tried any at-home IPL device? The only area I shave are my underarms and bikini line, and yes those parts are where the problem lays. Philips Lumea Prestige vs Braun Silk-expert Pro 5: Verdict Whether you choose the Braun or the Philips model really comes down to whether you place more … I did a quick bit of research and the replies are mixed. That simple, huh? Brilliant. So, I do tend to stick to the cheaper shaving option as I assume most people will do. Really great seeing such an open, honest and detailed review, I’m just starting and this really covered all of my question, such as how painful are the really really intimate areas and the photos are really helpful in managing expectation! I was very lucky to be sent the Philips Lumea Prestige IPL to trial and review on my blog, which I’d not normally have accepted as I already owned one but it’s definitely a better model than the Panasonic IPL and it can be used on the face, so I’ve given my Panasonic IPL to my friend as the Philips Lumea Prestige IPL is definitely my favourite. 2) What if you use the razor during the maintenance week for those tiny little hairs? under 5 minutes to do my bikini area (longer if you spend time chanting ‘I can’t do it – be brave – I can’t do it’). I have been using Philips Lumea Ipl Bri863/00 for about 9 months the now-a healthy amount of time to formulate a well-researched opinion to share with you guys. I’d have been much more furious if I’d skipped the maintenance on a £3k treatment and started to see the hairs regrow with force. giving myself bruised welts because I thought I could use the microwave wax like all the other ladies did in Spain. Looking forward for your opinion. ), there are some areas to avoid – scars, moles, varicose veins. Just want to say that I LOVED this article. There are a bunch of other benefits too. I find the app to be very useful to tracks your hair removal sessions and love the fact they send me reminders. Some users of Lumea described feeling 'a warm sensation', 'prickling' or 'itching' etc during or after treatment. On the topic of ingrown hairs, after a lot of research and wasted money, I’ve found using products with salycic acid in them are the best way to stop the ingrown hairs. So, the regrowth will depend whether you waxed or shaved. (Also, top husband points for such a thoughtful gift). I don’t know how I’m going to bring myself to do this. The Philips Lumea was really easy to pick up (as a skill, not just physically) and after a few sessions it would take me: So, definitely under 30 minutes to do those areas including set up and put away of the IPL. If you are concerned about the Philips Lumea treatment being painful, don't worry. Fingers crossed for some success because I so over hair removal!! If you get one of the machines, come back and let me know how you get on! Since then I got some hair growth on my legs, nothing even remotely close to my pre laser times but still noticable. Excelente review, this kind of detail is perfect when the product can have so many different opinions. Hiya what would you say the percentage of hair on your bikini area has gone? And there is a reason for that, it’s because the Philips Lumea actually works! I have a good, long list of pros coming up – focus on them. The pain level around my thighs and the top front of my lady parts isn’t too bad but once I start to track further underneath, the pain intensifies dramatically. I’m just back from a long trip so I’m way out of the routine of this. 1. It’s pretty compact though the battery on the plug is huge so often takes up more than one space on my power bank. Hope this helps to anyone considering buying it. Hi Roberta, to be honest that was the advice from the Philips handbook. Thank you. I used to epilate and wasn’t able to handle the pain. is it really suitable for the more intimate parts of the bikini area? Thank you for your review! Of course, there are patches of softer hairs after a bit of time, but what are those compared to thick, dark, ingrown and quick-growing hair?! Which often leaves me with red lumps, bumps and spots. Just need to work out how to reset the app to 2 weekly reminders rather than 4 now…. This way you can wedge something small between the seal, starting at 2, and work you way down to 4. Now I feel I’m at about 30%. I got the Phillips Lumea and honestly I was blown away. 4) Is this is device that would last you a lifetime? So, about 8-10 weeks assuming you’re diligent, which I was – because I wanted those hairs gone. And the hairs came back. Hi Henna, I did read that the laster kills ingrown hairs that are stuck under the skin. I have been thinking of buying this IPL machine for quite some time now but i am on the fence since i have had a lot of laser sessions in the past ( Not diode or IPL, it was a laser called Alexandrite which i was told was way better than both of them ) I have had like 20 sessions on my face , around 10 sessions on my armpits and bikini and around 5-6 on my legs. The machine itself I’d give a 9/10 on ease of use. I’ve been bleaching this hair for many many years so hard to say how much of it is actually dark. My hair didn’t seem any different. However, do some research on skin tone because I suspect the area has a…different skin tone and contrast. I researched the price of professional laser hair removal before buying my Philips Lumea and there was a huge cost difference. Hope that helps! Hi Shay, (apologies for the TMI to anyone else reading this who doesn’t want this level of info, ha ha): I haven’t had the courage to use the IPL machine there and it is an area I have waxed during my Brazilian, so I completely get it. Good to know (for comparison with the Lumea) that the expensive laser isn’t permanent. Hi Elena, I might be wrong but I have a suspicion that epilation somehow stimulates hair regrowth because I had the same problem. 5) ha ha sorry for the confusion – I meant sunbathing/hitting the beach not day time versus night time. For just the bikini line, around the thigh, you’ll be fine. Why Philips and not another brand? I also travel. then go for it. If you do buy the Philips Lumea through a link on this page, I will make a small commission (at no extra cost to you). And as someone who has had laser treatment your description of ‘elastic band the size of a car..’ had me crying with laughter. After a few uses, most of the treated area will have a reduced amount of body hair, and if you stick with it, eventually all the hair will be gone. I was genuinely disappointed. But at the same time becomes a double-whammy of time and cost. Thanks again! Such a thorough article – thank you. I do still have top up waxes every now and then just to tidy up the areas I don’t manage with the IPL and also for a bit more precision on the shaping as well as stray hairs I miss ‘underneath’ with my IPL, so that’s when I include the butt area. I was curious, since you are able to get this done at a salon, you should in theory be able to do at home – but that’s where I can’t get an answer. since this crazy virus. It’s definitely helping so many of us out there. After all this money and time i noticed that yes i have had a great reduction but i still have hair in those areas. The Philips Lumea is really easy to use so in 30 minutes I was able to do both legs; Yeah, unbelievable, I know! I don’t suppose you have any information on how effective this product is on the scrotum area? Also, doesnt hurt nearly as much as an epilator. But I still at lost to buy this or not. You have to remove all the hair from the area you zap before you do it. Here’s some of my worst waxing and hair removal experiences overseas: And all of this is without mentioning the dreaded ingrow. In short: you go first! My leg hair took off and went wild after 18. Since we need constant maintenance my wife inquired me if we should buy one of this at home IPL and after your review I’m very tempted to try. Just read your review, thank you it has helped me make up my mind. I’d honestly get a machine and keep at it. And this is where I fell down. Can you share this machine? If this method keeps my body hair free for about 1-2 months and results in hair growth reduction after a while I am happy with it. Try to buy around a holiday and you’re likely to get a heavy discount. You should just be shaving. Will the device response to wispy hair since that’s what my leg and arm parts looks like. So, that’s my Philips Lumea review. If you don’t, its not only less effective, you’re going to smell a lot of singed hair. If you’re organised enough, just use your calendar after the first few sessions. Still a positive one, so I’m going to give it a go. After some fiddling around with it so I could write this review, it turns out you just go in and hit ‘start treatment’ and it logs the new date for you. What I do include below is some pictures of my underarms and legs a few weeks after doing IPL (after doing a few courses of it). Would love to hear your response! If pain is a worry, then the machine would be better than waxing. In most cases, these effects disappeared within an hour. Hi Maheen, you need to do the hair removal before the laser. But definitely my labia (or lips if we’re being less formal). The sensor selects if for you and I have noticed it does change e.g. For me (and a lot of other people leaving reviews for Philips’ IPL at home device), it’s one of those products that has a list of pros and cons and whether it’s worth buying and trying comes down to your specific needs and, let’s face it, body hair. Thanks again! I ended up just managing it with my calendar on my phone. I’ve also read all of the comments! Thans Deanna – I felt a bit awkward doing the photos but it’s what I wanted to see online so there they are (my mum is so proud, ha ha). I’ve been thinking about buying this myself, I’ve been getting my laser done for almost 2 year’s. Some people suggest you avoid the scrotum because of the skin colour – if there isn’t enough contrast between the darker skin and the hair, IPL is ineffective. At first I did shave pre-IPL and the ingrowns were worse than ever. If that is the case, do you shave every 2-3 days prior to each session? I had 3-4 months, when I didn’t use it at all after using it for 3 months religiously, now I completed my 3rd treatment starting up again since then and I can say that I’m almost back to the initial ‘hairless’ result I had after the initial 3 months. I’m also a fan of Philips products more generally. These are questions I get quite often, and I’m actually amazed about how popular this device became lately. It’s easy to see this as a downside – the regular maintenance – but at the same time, it’s a huge plus having the machine already there and paid for and ready to go. I achieved the ‘results’ in my pics without any gels or other extras – just the machine itself. Philips is just trying to keep you safe, though, as darker skin types absorb far more light energy, thus using the Lumea could really mess up your skin and your health. Yes, it works. I hope it works out well for your wife. If cost is a concern, why not give waxing a go first. The beautician persisted like this for half an hour before turning to the tweezers (Peru). It does work but won’t give you full hair removal – no IPL will (also described above). I rarely look a razor to my legs but would regularly shave my underarms between waxing sessions. So, for me – absolutely, yes it does reduce them. I know, that’s not the most helpful reply but you’ll understand why when you read the detailed review below. I have their Hue lightbulbs in my house (‘Alexa, turn off bedroom light…because I’m too darn idle to get out of bed’) and I use the Philips SAD Lamp in winter and for jet lag because…winter and jet lag and most recently I’ve splurged on the USB charging toothbrush for travel. I had open wounds in the form of mosquito bites at the time. Unfortunately this lovely zapper then sat in dust for 4 months after I got it because it was record-breaking summer heat, and if I treat with IPL then I was not suppose to have that skin exposed to the sun for a few days. Assuming your hair is dark, I’d say it comes down to budget. Your email address will not be published. PS: I consider you very tough. First would be the price, the Lumea IPL machine, cost around £300 in the UK and can provide the same results, if you are using it properly and reguraly. The trouble arose when I skipped a session and I couldn’t see how to change the date (and therefore change further dates). Does the Philips Lumea IPL hair removal device really work? Hi you considerate Lady! Your thoughts on your body hair doesn’t need to be fashion driven. It’s the thought of shaving my bikini line that puts me off this. For the record, I ended up buying the Philips Lumea Prestige. 2) you can use a razor in between. The only way to truly test it would be to compare the two (Tria on one leg, Philips on the other, but who’s going to do that?). A word on sponsorship: I paid for my Philips Lumea with my very own money. Though I haven’t tried any of them, I’d seriously save your money. Fashions will always change. Super quick. I now wax and that is better. It was seriously patchy. (somehow, the Lumea is more prevalent in the UK than Tria 4x). Sadly, I tend to pack light so it’s overall too big and heavy for me to take on my travels, which means I still need to plan my IPL sessions around being at home, but for most people that won’t be an issue. Having fair skin and dark hair, the one recommended for me was the 5th level of intensity, which is the highest. Months passed and I basked in the confidence that I’d zapped my hairs but month by month they started to gain strength. Hope that helps? It’s worth noting where I was hairwise before I started IPL – I’d been waxing for about 10 years (legs and underarms). This has been so helpful! being waxed with strips of denim in India. under 10 minutes for each lower leg. This is a Philips Lumea feature, where you get a recommendation of the level you should set your device, based on your skin and hair color. IPL charges per area and is around £1,000 per zone ($1,500 equivalent). I’ve just re-read the advice and apparently waxing is also ok, which is good news as I get less angry ingrows. Patience and persistence is the more sustainable route. Hello, the review was amazing and good job on that ! I, personally, haven’t tried it, because I own a Remington 6000 and my husband a Tria 4x. I’m probably in the same boat as the rest of you – I’d have zero problem going for professional IPL…if someone else was going to pay for it. I have ingrown hairs that sometimes stick around for a while :/ so I’ve been zapping them. Hi Soraya, it’s good to hear from someone who’s done the professional IPL and is still looking at an at home device. Happy to help, Louise. Not going to happen any time soon with the lockdown but I’ll continue that when I can. Also on the plus side, my waxing lady thinks I’m not too far off a genuine maintenance routine. (I’m 5ft tall. But for the device to work in the first place, the most important thing for you to know (if you don’t it know already) is to make sure you are a suitable candidate for using the device, meaning you have a specific skin tone and hair color. Not convinced? I have a question, is it ok to use an epilator to remove the hair or it must be shaved by razor? If you want to buy an IPL device, it’s tough to look past the Philips Lumea Prestige. On my underarms I feel zero pain. I myself have done IPL at a salon for about 3 years and they always apply ice before the zap, so I think I can continue that method to numb the skin before zapping. Hope that helps. Philips Lumea uses Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technology to prevent hair regrowth so you can enjoy smooth skin everyday. In the case of larger areas like legs, you can keep your finger on the trigger and just move the head over your legs. It doesn’t last long, but gives you more of a fright then anything else. Philips doesn’t give much extra info, just don’t use on scars. If you want to go ahead and buy one, you can find some of the best prices usually on Amazon UK or Amazon USA. And lastly, I have facial hair with peach fuzz. She bought the device a while ago, and she was kind enough to share her experience with us, so this is her Philips Lumea Review. When I was being diligent, I think I got it down by about 40%. The initial phase takes about 4-5 sessions every two weeks. Yes, thank you Jo – it’s really helpful when people are honest! They say this also about the inner lips are for bikini IPL. I do think I can get a lot closer to maybe 80% if I stick at it. Then zap away. Not sure its because I’m a badass or the treatment itself, is not painfull. Good luck with your hair removal adventure. I happen to find your review on this product and it’s really detail and helpful. Thank you. Recently, three bh members - along with bh’s Anna - road-tested the Philips Lumea Prestige IPL - … But that hasn’t swayed my Philips Lumea review in the slightest. YES LOOK AT MA ARMPITS. I can almost guarantee it’s going to be better, simple and cheaper in the long run. I’d suggest buying the newest model you can afford. I’d appreciate more detail. Overall I am happy with the machine, and although I am not hair free there I totally recommend it. I really enjoyed reading this review so useful. Hi, I’ve been debating whether or not to purchase this for a while now and I’m leaning towards a more yes after finally finding a descent review so thank you. Hi Kireta, you mention wispy hair so I just want to check you’re not blonde haired – the machine won’t work for blonde hair because there’s not enough contrast between your skin tone and hair colour (essential for the machine to work, apparently). And when I went to have my legs waxed professionally (as part of a combi-wax for a wedding), the waxing lady joked about my legs: ‘there’s nothing there to wax’. You’re the second person to ask about the gel and my understanding is that the tech inside the professional lasers is different and therefore the gel isn’t needed (or recommended for) the Philips machine. Not easy to do, I can tell you. As for your gf, I guess it’s personal preference. Please be careful and do your research if you’re buying imitation IPL machines online. appeared first on T by Mallano. I’ve been getting IPL professionally done on my hairy parts. My dermatologist recommended to get professional IPL hair removal treatment, which I agreed too until she told me the price, around £3,000 to treat several hairy areas. Ha ha, it’s a legitimate question and one I thought about because I know from years of waxing – if you thin the hairs long enough, they eventually don’t come back. HI Jo… Thanks for such a detailed review. All I could feel was a small pinch; Maybe a 1 or 2 on a discomfort level. There is clearly an improvement after the two first sessions; the hairs grows thinner and most of it its gone as seen on the photo. Got a bit nervous, thinking it will hurt badly, but to be honest, the treatment itself is not painful. Of course, I did my research and briefly considered buying the cheaper Braun product, as it was another brand I’d heard of. I recommend keeping an eye on prices for all the models in the next month or so. Oh? Yes the Philips Lumea precision plus works just as well as the salon Lazer treatment, it's painless. Hope you get one and that it works for you (and saves you some money). One more question if I may-can you choose the intensity or does the sensor do that for you? Hi Irene, I’m afraid you do need to remove the hair first otherwise it burns (and I’m not sure the IPL is effective at zapping the route with the hair in the way. I’m glad my review helped. Should you buy it? Have you used it on your face and if yes was it effective? It can damage your skin. You can always turn the level down if you are nervous of a specific scar / area. More often than not, I’m zapping my legs while scrolling online with my Philips. The downside is the bravery it requires to point some sort of gun shaped device at your own lady parts and know it’s going to feel like being shot with 1,000 elastic bands. I also used the philips lumea on my arms and lower back. Highly effective and suitable for a range of hair and skin colours, these are systems that will last for five to ten years and use the latest technology. Can we use this machine to remove hair from these areas as well? Hope that helps. In fact, it is not suitable for legs or larger areas. I haven’t used it on my face so I can’t tell you whether it works but my guess is if it can tackle my very dark bikini line hairs, it can cope with face hair. ), it actually thins and even kills lots of hairs, which shaving definitely won’t and waxing takes a long time to achieve, I can go weeks, even months without thinking about dealing with my leg hairs, if I keep up the IPL, my underarm hairs become wisps of nothing, it’s significantly cheaper than professional IPL, it’s quicker than going to appointments for waxing or IPL, it’s quicker and therefore less painful than waxing, there’s no waxing swelling or welts or rash (assuming the shaving doesn’t trigger that for you), it’s less embarrassing than a wax (if that bothers you), you have the machine for life so you can dip back in and out as the mood takes you – you’ll have slower results but less commitment than professional IPL, I’ve definitely recovered the cost in one year compared to waxing appointments, it requires persistence – over months and even years, you have to remove your hair before using it which is expensive if you opt to wax first, it’s less effective on the bikini area compared to the legs or underarms (or at least it was for me). If I may suggest for you and your readers, try applying an ice pack on the area you’re about to zap. Philips Lumea Prestige Review. This is what the therapist does for me at the clinic, to minimise the pain. I read your whole article and went ahead and bought this device for her birthday coming up! Hi Edward, that’s interesting to hear about your experience with professional removal. Take your time for this, because there are some thin wires right beneath the cover, between number 3 and 4, on this side of the Lumea. Not because I’m lazy…or because I’ve been sat at home marvelling my silky soft legs. If your skin or hair colour won’t work with the Lumea but you’re still keen to try IPL, consider consulting a specialist doctor or practitioner. How often do you have to do these sessions each week initially vs maintenance? It is a good investement. The Lumea is closed pretty tied, first you will have to take off the lens cover (1). When you’re done, change the head to the next body part, do the inspection to get the right intensity and off you go again. For bleached hair, I think you’ll need to let it grow back in its natural colour as IPL doesn’t work on blonde hair – it needs a colour contrast between the hair and the skin colour. What I wanted to ask is how well this machine works for the Brazilian area? When I first bought the machine, I understood this too but I think the advice must have changed. This was such a fantastic review! So after 3 years of 1 session a month I would say the hair down there (male) has reduced by 90%? Thank you so much for the really detailed review! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I intersperse waxing as well to weaken the hairs that do grow back. Convenient, cordless design for easy operation… Dark hair, the change in hormones will change the hair/growth went wild 18. Good the leg looks like the Philips Lumea actually works the two you. 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