GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY – NO!NO! HAIR LEOPARD PRINT EDITION
Tired of shaving? This weekâ€™s Gorgeous Giveaway is just the answer. We have two no!no! Hair from Radiancy ($270 value) hair removal devices in a special leopard print edition to give to our lucky winners. no!no! Hair is an ideal solution for women and men who want to rid themselves of unwanted facial or body hair and get it under control like never before.
The great thing about the no!no! system is that the device has two different tips: a wide one for easy to navigate areas such as arms and legs, and another for trickier areas like the face or the bikini line. With regular use, no!no! gives you long lasting results.
Another great feature is that no!no! can work on anyone. It is
GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY â€“ FLASH&GO PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL DEVICE
Wouldnâ€™t it be wonderful to have smooth, silky legs without the hassle of shaving, waxing or using depilatories? This weekâ€™s Gorgeous Giveaway could be the answer to your dreams. We have one Flash&Go Permanent Hair Removal Device (a whopping $299 value) from Silkâ€™n to give to a lucky winner.
This at-home device uses a type of light energy called Home Pulse Lightâ„¢ to target body and facial hair. The color pigment in your hair absorbs the energy, which is then converted into heat that disables the hair at its root. The process is completely painless and does not affect the surrounding skin at all. Because of the hair growth cycle, multiple treatments must be c
FLASH&GO – AT-HOME PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL
Professional, permanent hair removal seems like a dream come true, until you check out the price. Defuzzing your legs can run into thousands of dollars, requiring half a dozen visits to the doctor or esthetician to banish hair forever. Thankfully, at-home options exist at a much more reasonable price point.
Flash&Go ($299) is a permanent hair removal device from Silkâ€™n that uses Home Pulse Lightâ„¢ (HPL) to target body and facial hair. A type of light energy, HPL is absorbed by the color pigment in your hair and then converted into heat, ultimately disabling hair growth without affecting the surrounding skin. Like professional laser treatments, this process requires multipl