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Pre-trim your long facial hair
Shaving long hair can be uncomfortable and may lead to skin irritation.
If you have not shaved for a couple of days and have a heavy beard, it is a good idea to trim
your beard before you start shaving. This technique also helps in reducing shaving time.
Some Philips Shavers come with a trimming attachment that you can use to trim your beard.
Otherwise, use your normal beard trimmer.
Be gentle and apply the right amount of pressure
While shaving, it is important to be gentle, especially if you have sensitive skin that is prone to
irritation. Do not press the shaver too hard against your skin. Only apply gentle pressure that
makes your facial hair stand upright and makes it easier for the shaver blades to catch and cut
Gentle pressure also reduces friction between the shaver and your skin, resulting in a more
comfortable experience.
My Philips Shaver is making a loud noise
If your shaver is making a strange or loud noise, it is probably because it is not assembled
correctly. This can cause a rattling noise and we advise that you reassemble your shaver. For
full instructions on how to do it, refer to your user manual.
My Philips Shaver is leaking
If you see water leaking from your Philips Shaver, there is no need to worry. Find out the possible
causes and solutions to this problem in our article.
There is some water inside your shaver
After cleaning your Philips Shaver or using it in the shower, some water may settle between its inner
body and the outer shell. This water seeps out by itself over time and it may seem like the shaver is
However, please be assured that the inner body of your shaver is completely waterproof. This