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Philips has a range of new products that look after you your whole life, starting with devices for babies like this Smart Ear Thermometer.

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All of Philips' new devices are supported by apps that collect data, adjust your settings and offer useful feedback.

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With this app you can enter how much pain you're feeling in an injured part of the body, and the pain relief device will use light pulse-based pain relief to try and soothe the ache.

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If you're having trouble getting your beauty sleep, this sleep apnea mask helps you make it through the night.

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The app records whether you've achieved 40 winks.

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The mask attaches to a bedside DreamStation box via this long hose, attached to the back of your head to make it easier to move about.

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One of Philips' early connected home devices was the Sonicare toothbrush, which now has a special kids version.

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The Sonicare app features cartoon characters to make dental hygiene fun for younglings.

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The animated app guides kids where to brush in a fun game, rewarding them for reaching every corner of their mouths.

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The Sonicare range has also extended with a posh Diamond Amethyst edition.

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When cooking for your nipper, this 4-in-1 cooker has you covered.

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The cooker's app is packed with recipe suggestions.

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The app suggests recipes for suitable meals.

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Recipes are sorted by age so you can find the right level of chewability for your ankle-biter.

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There's also a connected cooker for grown-up food.

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Pop the Avent uGrow Smart Baby Monitor in your nursery for nighttime peace of mind.

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The baby monitor joins Big Ted and friends in keeping a watchful eye over your little-un.

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And you can keep an eye on junior too, as the video feed is streamed live to your phone or tablet.

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Healthcare professionals can plug the handheld Lumify ultrasound into their phone or tablet for a real-time ultrasound image.

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The ultrasound is recorded by the app.

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The VisaPure Advanced buffs, brushes and vibrates your skin to a clearer complexion.

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A skin consultation when you buy it gives you the right brush, your details stored on an NFC chip in the brush head.

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You can swap the head for a circulation-boosting vibrating head.

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And if the windows to your soul need a once-over, this eye-massaging head is designed to smooth away bags.

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Enemy of hipsters everywhere: the Smart Shaver 7000 electric razor that connects to an app.

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You can swap out the head for this skin-buffing brush...

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...or this beard trimmer, if you're not prepared to part with your hipster scruff completely.

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