Monday, September 18, 2017

PRODUCT FEATURE: PHILIPS AQUATOUCH WET & DRY ELECTRIC SHAVER

From disposable shavers (which I guiltily use 3 - 5 times before disposal) to a more heavy duty one which requires replacing its head every month, I'm proud to say that I made the final upgrade to the Philips AquaTouch Wet & Dry Electric Shaver.

The Philips AquaTouch Wet & Dry Electric Shaver is one of the brand's latest cutting-edge shavers that delivers the closest shave yet, without compromising on comfort, control, and choice. With the Aquatic Wet & Dry seal, you can either use it for a quick yet comfortable dry shave or simply bring it in the shower.

For the closest shave, I recommend using it wet. That is, with a shaving gel or foam. I somehow mastered the art of using it after my fourth try.

Here's a tip: Do not rush when shaving with the Philips AquaTouch Wet & Dry Electric Shave. Savor the moment.

Use it with a steady hand in a slow, circular motion. No need to twist your face to get to the hard areas to shave like the neck and jaw line (and even the corners of your mouth) because of the 5-direction Flex Heads with 5 independent movements that ensure close skin contact for a fast and close shave. And with its ComfortCut blades with rounded profile heads, you are protected from nicks and cuts as it glide smoothly on your skin.

The Philips AquaTouch Wet & Dry Electric Shaver is not just about having that closest shave. It also comes with a click-on trimmer to maintain your mustache and trimming your sideburns.

This shaver only operates in cordless mode. You only need to charge it for an hour for 40+ minutes of running time or about 13 shaves. The charger comes free, of course.

All of Philips shavers come with a 2-year worldwide guarantee and can adapt to any voltage. The best part? You only need to replace the blades after 2 years. Talk about long-lasting!

For every decent grown-up men, I highly recommend in including the Philips AquaTouch Wet & Dry Electric Shaver in his everyday grooming arsenal. It's that good.

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