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Win a Philips Norelco electric razor with Aquatec PowerTouch

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.

Philips Norelco electric razor AT810
Philips Norelco Electric Razor AT810 PowerTouch

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.

Philips Norelco AT810

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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About Ellen Christian

Ellen is a busy mom of two teenagers who left the corporate world in 2008 to focus on a more eco-friendly life. She lives in rural Vermont where she juggles family, two blogs and a career in social media.

Comments

  1. sharon winne says:

    That going to college is a wonderful gift! study, study, study!  Most of all study, and have fun!

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  3. Jeana O'donnell-Murphy says:

    To enjoy young adult hood while getting a degree and have fun

  4. Study hard and have fun

  5. create a balance between work and play. too much play and your grades will suffer. Too much studying and you will miss out on the best life has to offer. 

  6. mrsshukra says:

    Advice: always do your best and call home!

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  10. Maryann D. says:

    The the best piece of advice I would give my son who is in college, is to always work as hard as he can and finish college knowing he tried his very best!

  11. Maryann D. says:

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  12. Maryann D. says:

    I entered: Quaker prize pack giveaway

  13. Maryann D. says:

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  14. Colleen C says:

    If y0u have a few drinks (let’s face it, it will happen) make sure you drink a few large glasses of water before going to bed, so you feel good the next day and can study and do your classwork. It’s fun to party with friends, but you are still at college to learn. Make sure that learning is your priority. Take care of your body, so you are in shape to learn.

  15. We’ve told my 17 year old to follow his dreams and work hard. He’s always wanted to pitch college baseball and fortunately it looks like he will realize that dream

  16. entered quaker

  17. entered fisher nuts

  18. Jenny Sims says:

    Don’t register for an 8am class your first semester. Not until you know you’re ready for that kind of early.

  19. Join clubs and get involved in different activities so you can meet people.

  20. Cheryl Free says:

    “Don’t do anything I wouldn’t do” :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  21. I entered the Fisher Nut prize giveaway

  22. Do what I did–Treat each class as if your life depended on it. Easy classes you should be your best–no reason not to Ace and tough classes–a good challenge, but depending on what you want to do, do your darndest to get an A!

  23. jodi lasher says:

    The advice i would give is to not let the partying get in the way of your studies.. :)

  24. Get involved! Join clubs/organizations associated with your program or that interests you. :-)

  25. Don’t take early morning classes!

  26. Paul T/Pauline T says:

    priority, organized, and focus….once you master these 3 things, you will have a balance college life – – – Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

    just remember to live each moment and do not let the little things in life gets to you 

  27. Bridget Heiple Reich says:

    To study hard, but to also have some fun!!

  28. Bridget Heiple Reich says:

    I entered the Quaker contest for my additional entry.

  29. Connie Bolick Lee says:

    Have fun, but remember why you are there, for an education!

  30. We told our son we were proud of him and he could be anything he wanted to be if he worked hard at it.

  31. entered Romertopf Bread Baker giveaway

  32. Rae Higgins says:

    NO HAZING!!!

  33. stay away from the girls! they are the real troublemarkers!

  34. To try his best and be himself

  35. The more he enjoys his chosen field of study – the better he will do.

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  37. Keely Hostetter says:

    Wow, that
    is tough, maybe to keep in touch with family so they don’t disconnect too much.

  38. Keely Hostetter says:

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  39. I’ll tell my son when it’s time that we’re here for him, no matter what.
    Thanks for the chance.

  40. I would tell him to take school seriously and do his best.

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  41. Jessica Snow says:

    I would tell him, that I’m so proud of him and that I know he would succeed in anything he ends up doing in life, whether it’s going to college or not.   I would tell him to follow his heart and let him know how much his father and I support him.  
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  42. After having my oldest go into the USMC (wasn’t sure what to tell him except-keep your mouth shut lol). My 2nd oldest will be going in January. So my one piece of advice would be study hard, enjoy this time in your life, and if you get a girlfriend (he has never had one lol) don’t get too serious too fast or before you complete your degree!

  43. Alex Liz Robinson says:

    Always give it your best.

  44. “Come home at least once every other week for a home-cooked meal!” :)

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  45. Mom and dad are a phone call away

  46. sheila musselman askins says:

    study hard–the books not girls and drinking lol

  47. Studies first, fun second!

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  49. To study, study, and study some more, but don’t sacrifice all of your chances for extracurricular fun. Burn out isn’t a good thing!

  50. Try new things, but be safe

  51. Trasina McGahey says:

    Best advice? Stay in your room if you aren’t in class LOL!

  52. rust hawk says:

    Stay away from the bars and the alcohol.

  53. rust hawk says:

    I entered Romertopf Clay Bread Baker giveaway

  54. julie cutshaw says:

    to try to eat healthy foods verses junk foods, better for the brain to study and concentrate and saves you money that you earned working part time or that your parents send you, to use on better things. Learning to manage your money wizely now will guide you later in life when you have responsibilites that resulted from your well earned education

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  55. Colleen Maurina says:

    I would advise him to learn to balance study time and social time. Study time must come first!

  56. Colleen Maurina says:

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  57. College is still school.  Do your school work and use your time wisely.

  58. Do the best you can do and don’t goof off.

  59. amy marantino says:

    study hard and play hard

  60. Jaime Nicole says:

    I would say to work hard first, and then have tons of fun. 

  61. Work hard, then play hard (safely and legally though)!

  62. Enjoy this time in your life!

  63. Becky Cole says:

    Never be afraid to call for a ride home.

  64. I would tell him to study and have fun.

  65. Jenny Sims says:

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  66. tracey andino says:

    To take advantage of everything there is to offer, so that he can become a well rounded person and broaden his horizons.

  67. Get plenty of rest.
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  68. I would tell my son to be open to try/do new things as long as it’s not illegal!

  69. When I got bored enough with school, I did what I had to do just to pass. I’d really try to discourage against this.

  70. I would say “Don’t do anything you wouldn’t want your future kids to know about!”

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