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Q: Permanent hair removal. ( No Answer,   5 Comments )
Subject: Permanent hair removal.
Category: Health > Beauty
Asked by: davidr5-ga
List Price: $30.00
Posted: 30 Jul 2006 11:39 PDT
Expires: 29 Aug 2006 11:39 PDT
Question ID: 750863
Does Finally Free Permanent Hair Removal (Nutrolysis) realy work as
affectively as they calim it does?  This is a radio frequency method
of hair removal.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Permanent hair removal.
From: stanmartin1952-ga on 30 Jul 2006 11:59 PDT
If you enter nutrolysis into Google, you only get 16 hits. According
to that, I would say that it probably doesn't work.
Subject: Re: Permanent hair removal.
From: jackburton-ga on 30 Jul 2006 12:02 PDT
The reviews on Amazon are not too positive.
Subject: Re: Permanent hair removal.
From: keystroke-ga on 30 Jul 2006 15:47 PDT
In addition, the FDA has asserted that there are currently no
permanent hair removal products on the market.  All of them result in
hair regrowth eventually.

I for one do not always trust exactly what the FDA says, but I think
they're probably on the money in this case.  My mother is one of these
"let's buy the newest miracle cure all the time just because I see it
on television" people and she has never found anything that works as
it says it should.
Subject: Re: Permanent hair removal.
From: czh-ga on 30 Jul 2006 16:36 PDT
Even if such a product was developed, I don't think it would ever come
to market. It's much more advantageous to keep selling people on the
idea that hair removal is necessary to be socially
acceptable/attractive. Once people have accepted that hair removal is
imperative you can keep selling expensive lotions /  potions /
solutions that don't bring permanent results. The money is in selling
hope over and over and over again. Look at the razor manufacturers.
They practically give away the razor so they can keep selling you
blades, shaving cream, unquents and refreshers.
Subject: Re: Permanent hair removal.
From: alanna-ga on 30 Jul 2006 19:26 PDT
If you want to remove hair from a small area, like the face, you might
want to look into  Vaniqa (eflornithene), a clinically tested product
approved by the FDA. 

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