Models with all the basics and a budget price to match.

Philips Lumea Comfort review SC1981 and SC1983

Philips Lumea Comfort SC1981

3.6

The Lumea Comfort is a compact, mains-powered corded, hand-held device. It's the smallest and lightest in the Philips IPL range with a skin tone sensor and simple operation. Described as "IPL with no frills" this basic model offers great value for money. It's best suited for small areas like the face, forearms, underarms and bikini line. Read the full Philips Lumea Comfort review to learn more.

Silk’n Glide 150,000 review / Silk’n Flash&Go Compact review

Silk'n Glide 150,000

3.5

The Silk'n Glide 150,000 / Flash&Go Compact is a neat, compact, mains-powered home IPL device with an attractive price. The skin tone sensor keeps you safe so you can't flash skin that's too dark. It's very simple to operate and comfortable to use. The bulb flashes will last you over 5 years of full body treatments so it’s a great investment. But you may wish it had faster treatment times. Learn more in the full Silk'n Glide 150,000 and Flash&Go Compact review.

Veet Infini’Silk review 50,000 pulses

2.9

The Veet Infini'Silk is a compact, mains-powered home IPL device with an attractive price. It has a skin tone sensor so you can't use it on skin that's too dark. It's very simple to operate and comfortable to use. The bulb flashes will last you around 5 years if you use it for treating smaller areas like bikini line, underarms and forearms. Learn more in the full Veet Infini'Silk review.