Expert warns against using unsafe hair clippers
While delivering a lecture at the launch of the newly intro¬duced clippers by Philips, in Lagos, A Consultant Dermatol¬ogist at the College of Medicine, Universi¬ty of Lagos (CMUL), Dr. Ai¬sha Akinkugbe, disclosed that cutting one’s hair with unsafe clippers could expose him or her to several skin dis¬eases, revealing that ma¬jority of people develop bumps on their skin after a very close shave and that ra¬zor bumps could expose in¬dividuals to blood transmit¬ted related diseases.

Endorsing the newly in¬troduced hair clippers, she said that the clipper’s blade tip has been clinically and hygienically proven and de¬signed for less cuts and skin damage.
“Specially developed blades reduce the risk of cuts when clipping your hair or beard, and shaves without affecting damaged skin.”
Also speaking, the Gen¬eral Manager, Philips Per¬sonal Health – West Africa, Mrs. Chioma Iwuchukwu- Nweke, said: “Philips con¬ducted extensive research among a cross-section of men in Nigeria and sub-Sa¬haran Africa.
“The Philips clipper was developed and extensively field tested taking into ac¬count the core concerns that came out in the research – mainly the need to get that clean shaven feeling but to avoid the scratches, cuts and bumps that sometimes de¬velop on the skin.”
While delivering a lecture at the launch of the newly intro¬duced clippers by Philips, in Lagos, A Consultant Dermatol¬ogist at the College of Medicine, Universi¬ty of Lagos (CMUL), Dr. Ai¬sha Akinkugbe, disclosed that cutting one’s hair with unsafe clippers could expose him or her to several skin dis¬eases, revealing that ma¬jority of people develop bumps on their skin after a very close shave and that ra¬zor bumps could expose in¬dividuals to blood transmit¬ted related diseases.
Endorsing the newly in¬troduced hair clippers, she said that the clipper’s blade tip has been clinically and hygienically proven and de¬signed for less cuts and skin damage.
“Specially developed blades reduce the risk of cuts when clipping your hair or beard, and shaves without affecting damaged skin.”
Also speaking, the Gen¬eral Manager, Philips Per¬sonal Health – West Africa, Mrs. Chioma Iwuchukwu- Nweke, said: “Philips con¬ducted extensive research among a cross-section of men in Nigeria and sub-Sa¬haran Africa.
“The Philips clipper was developed and extensively field tested taking into ac¬count the core concerns that came out in the research – mainly the need to get that clean shaven feeling but to avoid the scratches, cuts and bumps that sometimes de¬velop on the skin.”

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