With unique curved attachments, For use on body and face, With SmartSkin sensor, Both cordless and corded use
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the Philips Lumea treatment hurt?
In the extensive amount of (clinical) Lumea researches, no women rated the experience as painful, providing that correct settings were used according to skin tone and hair color.
In the tests, some women did describe 'a warm sensation'; 'prickling' or 'itching' which in most cases disappeared within a few minutes up to one hour.
Test your Skin
To get accustomed to Philips Lumea, we recommended that you make test flashes near the area you are intending to treat, using the lowest recommended light setting. Once you are comfortable with this, you can increase the light setting, step-by-step if necessary, but it should never become painful.