|Lift and massage attachment |
The Philips Satinelle Soft epilator's lift and massage attachment lifts even the shortest, flat-lying hairs for extra-effective epilation and gently massages skin to minimise the pulling sensation and relax the skin for the gentlest hair removal experience. It also ensures optimal positioning for efficient epilation.
Shaving head with comb
This epilator's shaving and trimming attachment head perfectly follows the contours of your bikini line or underarms for a close and smooth shave. The attachment also comes with an additional comb, designed to trim the hairs in your bikini area or to pre-trim hair elsewhere on your body prior to epilation. Make sure that the surface of the comb always stays in contact with the skin for best results.
|Optimal ease of use |
The Philips HP6509 Satinelle Soft epilator has an ergonomic grip for comfortable handling and flexibility. It comes with the choice of two speed settings, 'normal' and 'quick'. Use the 'normal' speed for epilating areas with finer hair, hard-to-reach areas and areas with bones directly under the skin. You can use the 'quick' speed for epilating larger areas and thicker hair.
Washable epilation head
Although the Philips HP6509 is a dry epilator with mains operation only, you can wash the epilation head under the tap after detaching it from the body. Clean the body of the epilator with a damp cloth. Clean the appliance after each use according to the user manual. Use the cleaning brush provided to get rid of the hair trapped in the hair-catching points.
|Required hair length for epilation |
The epilator will catch even the shortest hairs of 0.5 mm. To allow optimal epilation, the hairs should not be too long (no longer than 1.5 cm). The optimal hair length for epilation is 3-4 mm.
For the best epilation results
Ensure that the skin is clean, entirely dry and free from grease. Place the epilation head at a right angle to the skin. Move the epilator slowly against the direction of hair growth.
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