Articles Tagged philips

Philips Lumea – review after 2 years of use

In 2014 I had a great occasion to use and review IPL epilation by Philips Lumea. I still use this device from time to time. From time to time – because after regular treatments the amount of body hair significantly decreased. I wanted to share with you my opinion on the use of Philips Lumea in retrospect. Link to previous article / review, which I created in 2014, more than 2 years ago can be found



Canon Pixma iP8720 Wireless Inkjet Photo Printer | 2014 summary

Year 2014 brought my team a lot of new impressions and experiences, so I decided to summarize all the blog events in one place. Marketing campaigns Someone mentioned that blogs in Poland are becoming less popular. But it seems to me that what is happening is the opposite. This year I took part in several marketing campaigns, it is impossible to name all of them, so I will mention only the most important: marketing campaign for Centro – launch of the Vicini for Centro collection advertising campaigns for technological brands Colorovo, Asus, Microsoft beauty campaigns for Philips, Neutral



Philips VisaCare Microdermabrasion | Review

Today I will tell you more about my latest discovery on the technology market. I love the variety of devices to make treatments in the home comfort. Actually, I never believed that it is possible to achieve spectacular results without leaving home. I heard about the miraculous effect of microdermabrasion, but never got to try this treatment, so when Philips offered me to test the latest device and to try professional microdermabrasion at home, I agreed with a pleasure. How Philips VisaCare Microdermabrasion works? Mechanical peeling or microdermabrasion is one of the most



Sonic toothbrush Philips Sonicare FlexCare Planitum with UV HX9182 sanitiser | Review

Around a week ago I changed the toothbrush I was using from a standard-manual one to an electric one. The Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum electric toothbrush is in my opinion the best toothbrush ever. It reaches around 31,000 brush strokes per minute and the specific reach of the brush head as it sweeps back and forth are what create Sonicare’s unique dynamic cleaning action. I had also other electric toothbrushes, but unfortunately I couldn’t see such good effects as I am now having with this one.