Our Guest Blogger, Sarah Olson, originally from Chicago, is back in the States after a two-year stint in Japan and Asia. She is constantly seeking out ways to make the world more beautiful, and has a vested interested in discovering methods to enhance the feminine mystique.She wanted to share her finds with the readers of InventorSpot.com.
Here's her article:
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If you’re like many women, bringing sexy back in terms of getting ones’ pins sleek and smooth can literally be an endless pain. Countless methods over time have sought to provide a proper solution to the problem of hair removal, but dang it - those pesky quills just won’t stay down for very long. So, when choosing your preferred hair removal poison, you might want to opt for the new no!no! system, based on patented Thermicon technology.
no!no!, short for “no hair, no pain,” uses thermal transference to conduct pulses of heat to the hair follicle. First, while the thermal signal is strongest, a thermodynamic wire heats the hair and separates it from the shaft at point of contact. Then, the uppermost part of the hair is crystallized by the thermal signal, leaving some residual, bristly stubble, which is later smoothed over, in the final “buffing” stage. Cellular communication is thought to be disrupted within the hair shaft by the heat pulse, and with continued use may actually reduce hair density by up to 64%.
The kit itself comes with multiple “Hot Blades” for varying hair lengths, a cleaning brush and buffer, a training DVD and user manual, and a storage pouch with power supply. The device itself is actually kind of cute, slightly resembling an ipod in shape and even color choice. It is reported to be easy to operate – just plug it in and gently glide it over targeted areas. A steady green indicator light shows you’re working at the right speed, while a flickering light signals the need to adjust. no!no! claims to bring a professional and easy hair removal system right to you, and is convenient enough to use almost anywhere – home, office, or on the road! Currently, it is being sold in the U.S. by Sephora.
See my-no-no.com and distressedderma.com