Philips Lumea SC2009 review & SC2007; cordless design

Philips Lumea SC2009


If you're considering the Lumea SC2009 / SC2007 for full body treatments and taming your ladytache, then it’s a sound choice. No tangles with the cordless operation and the great gun-shape design make it comfortable to hold and easy to position. There's way more flashes than you'll ever need and specialist treatment windows to get the fastest possible results. Reviewers love it, but it does have a few negatives you can learn about in this in-depth Philips Lumea SC2009/SC2007 review.

Philips Lumea Comfort review SC1981 and SC1983

Philips Lumea Comfort SC1981


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.

Philips Lumea SC2004/11 review

Philips Lumea SC2004/11


This Lumea SC2004/11, released in 2013, is a wise choice if you want to defuzz your body parts. It has bags of positive customer reviews and because it’s an older model than the SC2006/11 (without the precision attachment), you can often pick it up for a bargain price too.

Philips Lumea Precision Plus SC2006 review

Philips Lumea Precision Plus SC2006/11


The Philips Lumea Precision Plus SC2006/11 is an older cordless model in the renamed Lumea Prestige range. It was released in 2014, but just because it's older it doesn't mean it's not every bit as premium and effective as the latest models. The key difference is the number of flashes - the SC2006 has 140,000 vs 250,000 in the newer models. See if the Lumea SC2006 is right for you.