Get the Best Shave for Back to College with Philips Norelco PowerTouch (Giveaway)

Boys heading back to college need to prepare for so many things. Not only do they have all of their classes to think about, they have girls and dating on their mind. I know many girls who prefer a clean-shaven man. However, when you have so much going on – like school and working – it’s sometimes hard to take a moment and shave. Now personal hygiene doesn’t have to be left behind.

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Philips Norelco has introduced a new electric shaver called Philips Norelco PowerTouch with Aquatec. It provides a fast, convenient, skin-friendly shave. It can be used wet with a foam or gel shaving cream or dry for a quick shave.

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Benefits of the Philips Norelco Power Touch with Aquatec:

Close Shaving Performace

  • Patented Super Lift & Cut blade raise hairs to cut closer
  • Effectively shave long hairs and short stubble

Comfort Contour Following

  • Flexing heads follow the curve of your face

Easy to Use

  • Anti-slip grip provides complete control
  • Up to 50 shaving minutes after a 1 hour charge
  • For easy cleaning, and wet and dry use
  • Perfect for trimming your sideburns and moustache

What is so wonderful about this shaver is that it’s created to have low friction, so your skin is not going to get pulled or cut. You are going to get a close shave with little skin irritation.

Philips Norelco Power Touch with Aquatec can be found at most retailers such as Walmart, Target, Best Buy and Amazon. The suggested retail value is $79.99. Keep up with Philips news and updates on Facebook and Twitter.

Win a Philips Norelco PowerTouch Razor

One (1) reader will win a Philips Norelco PowerTouch razor (value $79.99). Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter this giveaway. New to Rafflecopter? Watch this 45-second videoon how to enter!

This is just one of our giveaways running every day in August for our Back To School Giveaway 2012. Please see the main Back To School Giveaway 2012 page for a full list of daily giveaways.

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This is a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and were in no way influenced.


Comments

  1. Jamie Brigham says

    I was never able to attend college I got pregnant at 15 yrs old and delivered my daughter when I was 16. I raised her on my own. My mother died while I was pregnant and my dad died when I was 8.. no college for me, I worked starting at 16.

  2. Louis says

    I witnessed the fall of the Berlin wall while I was in college (back in east Germany) – the monday after the opening of the borders only about 25% of the students showed up on campus

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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  3. Brandy Wilmoth says

    Since I didn’t go to college, I don’t have any memories from that time. I do remember going to many concerts during the time I should have been in college though!!!

  4. Angel S, says

    I think it was driving to meet my then boyfriend, now husband, at his college. It was so fun meeting his friends and playing poker!

  5. Eileen says

    I went back to school as an adult, divorced mom of 3 and my best time was actually going to Homecoming with my (now) husband, and walking across the stage and having my kids hoot an holler for me.

  6. Vickie Couturier says

    my favorite memory is of my oldest son coming home on breaks or weekends with a big duffle bag of dirty laundry,,socks wadded up like hard soft balls,ewww

  7. Virginia Rowell says

    I didn’t go to college but my daughter just started. So far, it was the excitement of orientation and feeling like I was taking her to kindergarten all over again

  8. Kelly D says

    My favorite memory is when we had disco parties in the gathering room of our dorm. It was only 10-15 yrs ago but we loved disco, hah!

  9. Becky Grayson says

    My favorite memory was the day I realized I could do this and do it well. I went back after earning my GED so I was extra nervous about it.

  10. Christina says

    Mine is of going to art openings and attending free lectures on all kinds of topics, with speakers from all over the world!

  11. Doris Calvert says

    I remember all the friends I had and have a favorite picture of when on a beautiful autumn day we went to a football game about 15 of us and later went by the river, roasted hotdigs and played frisbee and football and the air smelled crisp and all the beautiful colors of trees in the fall and the river running by and I felt life was perfect and couldn’t get any better, and I have never ever felt like that since I am sorry to say.

  12. says

    I did not go to college but went to business school. I enjoyed dressing up in business outfits and getting an award for being the best dressed. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  13. Brittany Odonnell says

    i honestly have never been to college but i would have loved to and i hope to some day when my kiddos are all in school :)

  14. Christine Sarkauskas says

    Being able to paint murals on the walls in my dorm. I painted this awesome angel, I want to do it again in my house

  15. Jessica says

    I love college & My favorite memory was in my Fine Art Photography class… We had to present our portfolio …and it was truly a great to learn, be critiqued and be praised… I truly know I love what I am majored in – It’s what I was meant to do. I know because of college

  16. Margaret Smith says

    I was working two jobs and going to college during the eve’s, so I was pretty busy. I just remember that I felt proud of myself.

  17. David A says

    Boy just ONE favorite memory…. That’s too hard. One favorite thing though was my kayaking class. I subscribed to the theory that there should be at least one fun class each semester. Did a lot of outdoors stuff, but kayaking was the most fun and something I still try to do all these years later, funny because I don’t use my degree.

  18. ky2here says

    Absolutely – jumping in the car and taking a weekend to week long roadtrip. no way I could do that so impulsively now.

  19. Ariana says

    My best moment in college was at the end of my last class before I graduated. The students and faculty some I knew and some that were complete strangers came up to me and told me that they enjoyed bumping into me everywhere on campus. Most likely because I pretty much lived on campus I never wanted to go home I had too much fun. And its funny because my college had no dorms or on campus living.

  20. Sandra K321 says

    My favorite memory is having my grandfather attend my graduation to see the first person in the family graduate from college.

  21. April Brenay says

    I met my husband my first day of college, I came into the day room and told him not to stand around go out and help my parents unload my stuff. :)

  22. Vicki D. says

    I didn’t go to college, but our son just graduated in June with a Bachelor of Science. We are very proud of him.

  23. Katie R says

    I am a senior in college and my favorite memory so far was a leadership retreat I attended. I got to know other students at a different level and we had a great time.

  24. Mary Ann Ward says

    Razors are expensive nowadays. I can hardly keep up with the cost for my family. Now with two kids that are in college, I could really use the savings from having to buy disposable razors, and I am told the shave is nice. I have never been able to afford this. I don’t know why the video could not hear my voice. What a super, practical prize! My only significant memory of college was using razors that were rusty and not worrying about them and having so little money that we ate lots of plain spaghetti. Some of my neighbors cooked spaghetti and added ketchup. He is now a huge government head so hard work pays off. I certainly could never have afforded this in college. I was a nerd and my memories are of studying in the library and watching the snow fall in the skylight.

  25. Rosanne says

    My favorite memory was the time I spent which my husband who was then my boyfriend. Never went there looking for a husband-wanted a career. Worked at the career for 18 years but have been with him for 36

  26. Tanya White says

    No i don’t have a favorite memory because instead of going to college I got married and had a family.

  27. Carolyn Daley says

    I enjoyed campus events like 80’s night. They showed The Breakfast Club on a big screen in the Student Union and provided snacks.

  28. jen gersch says

    my favorite memory of college was asking out a boy for the first time. What a thrill to make the first move

  29. debbie says

    It was my first class, I was very insecure and shy. The professor liked my paper so much, he read it to the whole class.

  30. brenda Elsner says

    I didn’t get to attend college right after high school. I waited until years later so I don’t really have many memories except for trying to do homework late at night after the kids were in bed.

  31. says

    I went to college in PA and lived in y. My fave memory is either the road trip we took from PA to Ny for spring break OR being in the Pittsburgh airport the day the Steelers made it into the Super bowl.. the massive amount of people flooding into the hallways cheering was astounding!!

  32. clynsg says

    One of my favorites was the day I took my 5 yr old daughter to class with me because we were leaving on a trip right afterwards (it was a small seminar discussion where we were all seated around a table) and as her head sagged onto the table when she fell asleep, the professor’s voice kept getting softer and softer. I think all the class realized what was happening before he did!

  33. Sarah Y says

    playing cards with my friends, enjoying some cheap wine and listening to Dolly Parton – weird night, but so fun

  34. Jennifer Peaslee says

    I dont really have one favorite memory…I just remember all the great people I met and the fun I had

  35. Marco says

    Yes, it was the single, most important influence on my life. I could tell you but then I’d have to … Seriously, though, it involves a–oops, something seems to be wrong with my computer and I can’t type anymo

  36. mickeyfan says

    Spring 1980. Dead Week, but we had one hour/day where noise was allowed. Roomie is blasting “Cocaine” by Eric Clapton. The RA comes running down the hall (and she was a BIG girl) screaming “Who is playing that drug music?” Still makes me chuckle.

  37. Aimee Fontenot says

    I loved my elementary science class in college. We did all sorts of fun activities while learning ways to teach science to elementary school ages. I made a lot of great friends in that class too.

  38. Aaron Bretveld says

    My favorite memory was graduation I guess. It was cool because it was the largest graduating class ever at my community college, and as a member of the colleges staff and being a graduate, I knew a ton of people there.

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