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So you've got some hair you'd like to get rid of. Understandable! Nobody likes a unibrow, after all, so you might as well take matters into your own hands if you got a bad roll of the dice in the genetic casino. But would you want to take care of this delicate business with something called the No! No! Hair Remover? A gadget that sizzles the hair away?
Call me squeamish, but the idea of putting something really hot up against your skin to burn hair away doesn't sound like something I'm interested in. I'm just not sure I trust that it heats up to a temperature hot enough to burn hair that won't, you know, burn skin. I'll stick to shaving, thanks.
Nonohairremoval2 Thermicon works on the thermal principle of heat transference conducting a gentle pulse of heat down the hair follicle. The hair is then separated close to the skin while the signal continues to travel down into the follicle where hair growth takes place. In the follicle the Thermicon Effect is thought to disrupt the cell communication responsible for hair regrowth. The more often this happens, the more effective the treatment is.