Philips VisaPure Essential brings a new face care technology that will take your daily cleansing routine to the next level without extra effort. A gentle way of leaving your skin clean, soft and radiant.
The brush rotates and vibrates. The vertical pulsating movement gently breaks up surface impurities including dirt, dead skin cells and make-up residues. The rotating movement sweeps the impurities away, leaving the skin more deeply cleansed.The co-ordinated movements of the bristles give you a thorough and comfortable cleansing experience.
Gentle cleansing and Deep Cleansing settings
Philips VisaPure Essential provides 2 different speed settings: Speed one, 'gentle cleansing', for mild and soft cleansing, and Speed two, 'deep cleansing', for comfortable and more intensive cleansing.
1 minute timer for the full face
The face can be divided into three zones: T-zone, left cheek and right cheek. Philips VisaPure Essential suggests changing areas after 20 seconds with a short pause. The full programme lasts 1 minute, after which Philips VisaPure Essential automatically switches off to prevent overtreatment.
Philips VisaPure Essential can be used in the shower
Philips VisaPure Essential is waterproof and can be easily used in the shower.
VisaPure Essential comes with a range of additional brushes
2 brushes are included with Philips VisaPure Essential: 1 for Normal skin and 1 specifically designed for Sensitive skin. An Exfoliating Brush Head is available separately, with exfoliating effects to gently remove dull and dead skin cells.
The stand charges Philips VisaPure Essential when connected
The stand elegantly complements the iconic design of Philips VisaPure Essential. It holds the brush, taking up less space and letting air dry the used brush naturally. When connected, it fully charges Philips VisaPure Essential in 6 hours.
30 minutes of cordless use, 6 hour charge
When fully charged, Philips VisaPure Essential has enough power for 30 cordless uses, equivalent to 15 days when used twice a day.
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