From Stubbly to Velvety — A Photo Essay

Apr 27, 2013 | 0 comments



I’m so proud of my bright and shiny new Philips Norelco Aquatec electric shaver. You know, it has a patented skin-protection system, with precision dual pivot-flex-and-float lift-and-cut heads, Babe!




I can use it anywhere—at the bathroom mirror, standing on the scale, in the shower, in the fitnesswet dry center pool, driving between Reno and Eagle, even surfing the big waves on Oahu’s North Shore!








It comes with a protective cap—which my old one didn’t have at all!







It fits so snug and cozy on the shaver! (Plus, for some reason, it reminds me of ET or Alien!)





I now have a brand new cleaning brush, too; the old one, as you can easily see, is a bit worn out. 004That’s what happens to cleaning brushes that have dispensed with lifted-and-cut whiskers from shavers for eight years!









Oh! And there’s even a whole replacement set of precision dual pivot-flex-and-float lift-and-cut heads (Babe)!




But perhaps best of all, no styrofoam! Except for a little plastic, it’s all cardboard, so I can even P1010137enjoy it in place of matzo!









And lookit how close a shave my new Norelco Aquatec gives a guy!





Finally, just think how good my Norelco Aquatec shaver (and did I mention it’s brand new!) is kissinggoing to feel to you!






All for you, Josie, my love!



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