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Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips!To fully benefit
from the support that Philips offers, register your product at
We know it’s important for you to be hair free in your intimate areas.The
new Philips Satin Intimate makes it safe and easy to remove as much or as
little hair as you want yourself. Enjoy desirably smooth longlasting results.
- Reach all areas with the ergonomically s-shaped body and uniquely
designed small epilating head.
- Protect delicate skin with the safety bar.
- Gentle on the skin thanks to ceramic textures discs.
General description (Fig. 2)
1	 Charging cap
2	 Epilating discs
3	 On/off button
4	 Charging light
5	 Charging pins
6	 Air grille
7	 Charging case
8	Socket
9	 Small plug
10	Adapter
11	 Cleaning brush
Read this user manual carefully before you use the Intimate areas epilator
and save it for future reference.
- Keep the adapter dry.
- If you charge the epilator in the bathroom, do not use an extension
- Do not use the appliance if it is damaged.
- This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliances by a person responsible
for their safety.
- Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
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- The epilator is not intended for use on facial areas such as the upper lip.
- To prevent damage and injuries, keep operating appliance away
from scalp hair, eyebrows, eyelashes, clothes, threads, cords, brushes etc.
- Do not use the epilator on irritated skin or skin with varicose veins,
rashes, spots, moles (with hairs) or wounds without consulting your
doctor first. People with a reduced immune response or people who
suffer from diabetes mellitus, haemophilia or immunodeficiency should
also consult their doctor first.
- Your skin may become a little red and irritated the first few times you
use the epilator.This phenomenon is absolutely normal and disappears.
As you epilate more often, your skin gets used to epilation, skin
irritation decreases and regrowth becomes thinner and softer. If the
irritation has not disappeared within three days, we advise you to
consult a doctor.
- Do not clean the epilator with water that is hotter than shower
temperature (max. 40°C).
- Never use scouring pads, abrasive cleaning agents or aggressive liquids
such as petrol or acetone for cleaning purposes.
Compliance with standards
This Philips epilator complies with all standards regarding electromagnetic
fields (EMF).
- This symbol means that the Intimate areas epilator is suitable for use in
a bath or shower.
- Maximum noise level of the epilator: Lc = 77dB(A)
Preparing for use
Charging the intimate areas epilator takes approx. 5 hours.When the
epilator is fully charged, it has a cordless operating time of up to
30 minutes. If the epilator is not fully charged, the operating time is shorter.
Note: No disposable batteries needed.
	1		Switch off the appliance.
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	2		Place the appliance in the charging case.
Note: Make sure the charging pins of the epilator are in full contact with the
charging case.You hear a click when full contact has been established.
	3		Insert the small plug in the bottom of the charging case (1) and
insert the adapter into the wall socket(2).
, The charging light lights up green continuously to indicate that the
appliance is charging.
Note:When the battery is fully charged, the light goes out.
Using the intimate area epilator
The epilator is primarily intended to remove hairs by the root in the
intimate areas.You can also use it to epilate the bikini line, the underarms
and hard-to-reach areas such as knees and ankles.The appliance can be
used wet or dry.
Epilating tips
- Wet: We advise you to start epilating on wet skin, as water relaxes
the skin and makes epilation less painful and gentler. Use your common
shower gel or foam for a smoother epilation.
- Dry: If you epilate dry, epilation is easier just after taking a bath or
shower. Make sure your skin is completely dry when you start epilating.
- General:Your skin should be entirely clean and free of oil.We advise
you to epilate in the evening, as skin irritation usually disappears
- General: Epilation is easier and more comfortable when the hairs
have a length of 3-4 mm. If the hairs are longer, we recommend that
you shave first and epilate the shorter regrowing hairs after 1 or
2 weeks.Alternatively, you can trim the hairs to 3-4 mm before you
start epilating.
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Epilating your intimate area
	1		Thoroughly clean the area to be epilated.
	2		Press the on/off button to switch on the appliance.
	3		Take on of the following positions:
place one leg on the bathtub
sitting on a chair
sitting in the bathtub
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	4		With your free hand, stretch the skin with two fingers to make the
hairs stand upright.
, To protect your skin, the protective bar on the back of the epilating
head helps you to keep the epilator at the right angle.
Tip: Spread your legs to achieve some initial stretching of the skin. Stretch the
skin further with your fingers. Only stretch in small areas and only place the
epilator on thoroughly stretched skin.
	5		 Place the appliance at an angle of 90° onto the skin between two
fingers and slowly move the appliance against the direction of the
hair growth.
Tip:To relax the skin, we advise you to apply a moisturising cream immediately
or a few hours after epilation.
Tip:You can also epilate your bikini line or underarms as shown in the figure.
Stretch the skin with your free hand and move the appliance in different
directions to catch all hairs.
	6		When you have finished epilating, switch off the appliance and clean
the epilating head according to the instructions in chapter ‘Cleaning
and maintenance’.
Caution: Do not use this appliance to epilate eyebrows, eyelashes or
other facial areas.
Caution: Do not use this appliance to remove hairs that grow out of
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Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning the intimate area epilator
	1		Switch off the appliance.
	2		Remove loose hairs with the cleaning brush.
	3		Rinse the appliance with water that has a maximum temperature of
	4		Shake off excess water and let the appliance dry.
- For protection during storage or travel, store the appliance in the
charging case.
Note: Make sure that all parts are dry when you store them.
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- Do not throw away the appliance with the normal household waste
at the end of its life, but hand it in at an official collection point for
recycling. By doing this, you help to preserve the environment.
- The built-in rechargeable batteries contain substances that may pollute
the environment.Always remove the batteries before you discard
and hand in the epilator at an official collection point. Dispose of the
batteries at an official collection point for batteries. If you have trouble
removing the batteries, you can also take the appliance to a Philips
service centre.
Removing the rechargeable batteries
Only remove the batteries when they are completely empty to avoid a
hazard. Never let the batteries come in contact with metal.
	1		Make sure the batteries are completely empty.
	2		Put the device in the freezer for at least 24 hours to make the
material brittle.
	3		Wrap the device in a towel.
	4		Stamp on it with your foot or use a hammer to break the device.
Caution: Only do this while wearing solid shoes.Attempting this with
bare feet could cause injuries.
	5		Take out the batteries and remove the printed circuit boards from
the rechargeable batteries with a screwdriver.
Caution: Be careful when using a hammer to avoid a hazard.
This chapter summarises the most common problems you could
encounter with the appliance. If you are unable to solve the problem with
the information below, visit for a list of frequently
asked questions or contact the Consumer Care Centre in your country.
Problem Possible cause Solution
The intimate area epilator does
not work.
The appliance is not
Charge the appliance. See chapter ‘Preparing
for use’ section ‘Charging’.

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