The end of my Philips Lumea Precision Plus Hair Removal has arrived. If we revert back to my first post and read my initial expectations, I wanted to remove most my hair from the upper lip, underarm, arms and legs but leading up to the second update I just kept it to the underarms and legs.
ConclusionI started to really get the hang of the appliance, you have to slide and press either upwards or side to side. I prefer upwards on the areas I've treated, the slide & press is an easy technique as you can move it away more accurately from the last treated section. I did find for awhile the adjusting was getting the armpits done. It's recommended to stand in front of a mirror and do it and I wanted to make sure that I've got every inch even if it's a small area as I don't want to repeat the last bit of skin I've just treated.
Around the ankles it's slightly more delicate and I still stand by what I said in my last post on this, during my cycle I feel the heat more but it's still bearable and there's always the choice to put the level lower. A couple of weeks ago I started to notice the hair on my legs have started to stunt. Honestly I was surprised, only on the premise that a lot of things don't work but this actually has, there's still some areas that are growing back but I'm positive that it will adapt to the rest of my legs.
If I was to reference in a popular make-up company foundation shade if you're below a NC50+ / NW45+ but DON'T use this if you have naturally light white / blonde hair and you're looking to get rid of body hair this is suitable for you and I would 100% recommend this. The most important thing is that you are consistent with the treatment if you want to see results within the 8 weeks. I'm definitely going to keep up with this but I'm going to take it to the face especially after seeing these result and being a positive one. Lumea, the secret to beautiful hair free skin, for up to 2 months, so what you wanting for, treat yourself.