The Philips Series 6000 delivers a perfectly clean shave and reduces skin irritation at the same time. It has Anti-Friction coating that creates a smooth surface and effortlessly glides over your skin for less irritation.
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*Tested on 24hr beards, n-100, CTL, Germany, 2018
Reduce skin irritation
A special coating applied to the shaving rings is designed to reduce friction on your skin, creating an effortless, smooth shave that minimizes skin irritation.
Get a fast and close shave
MultiPrecision Blades lift up both long and short hairs to cut them – and any remaining stubble – in just a few strokes.
Glide over your skin smoothly
5-direction Flex Heads with 5 independent movements follow the contours of your face, and enable the shaver to glide over your skin comfortably with minimal resistance.
Shave wet or dry
Aquatec Wet & Dry
Opt for a quick dry shave or a more comfortable wet shave with gel or foam – even under the shower.
SmartClick beard styler: Maintain a stubble look with the beard styler attachment.
Travel pouch:The shaver’s premium case has a sleek design to take up less space in your bag and its built-in ventilation chamber dries your shaver, even when you're on the go.
The Philips S6000 shaver comes with a click-on trimmer for perfect moustache and sideburn trimming, a travel pouch and SmartClean station to clean, lubricate, and charge your shaver.
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*Source: Euromonitor International Limited, Consumer Appliances 2018ed, per body shavers category definition, retail volume sales in units, 2017 data
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