It’s really difficult for me to believe but my *baby* who is now 15 needs to shave every other day or he starts to look scruffy. It really doesn’t seem like all that long ago that he was playing with cars and taking naps but I guess that’s the way being a mom goes sometimes. With school starting up again soon, he’ll need to make sure to shave before he heads out in the morning. Since he’s fairly new to the entire concept of shaving, I wanted to introduce him to it with a razor from a brand I trust. I grew up watching my Dad shave with Philips razors and it’s a brand that I trust.
Razors have come a long way and the brands they have out now are so much more flexible. The Philips Norelco electric razor with Aquatec PowerTouch (AT810) allows you to shave both wet and dry. It can be used with either shaving gel or shaving foam depending on your preference. Or you can simply use it on your dry skin which is what David generally does because it’s quicker in the morning. The dual precision heads effectively shave long hairs and short stubble. The flexing heads follow the counters of your face for easy shaving. The dual blades use a super lift and cut technology that lifts hairs to cut comfortably close below skin level.
The Philips Norelco electric razor with Aquatec PowerTouch is cordless and gives you up to 50 minutes of shaving off a full charge. It fully charges in one hour or you can give it a 3-minute quick charge for 1 shave. This is perfect for the times he forgets to plug it in to charge! There is a low battery, battery full and charging indicator to remind him when it needs to be charged. This is the perfect electric razor for a teenager. It’s easy to use, provides a close shave, can be used wet or dry and is ready to go in only three minutes.
If you have a son heading off to college this year, or even continuing through high school, make sure that he has the tools he needs to put his best face forward. One of my lucky readers will win their very own Philips Norelco electric razor model AT810.
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