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Tag Archives: Beauty Tech

Tria Beauty Laser Hair Removal Update

New! See our new At Home Laser Hair Removal Buyer’s Guide, covering four permanent hair removal systems plus other products for those who cannot use the laser, including the popular Verseo eglide. Tria is offering 25% off through November 29, 2015, with no code required. Click here to go to the Tria website. I have

Home Laser Hair Removal With Tria Beauty Part I

UPDATE! For lots of coverage in one location, see our Home Laser Hair Removal Buyer’s Guide for information on the top four permanent home hair removal products and several no laser products that are good alternatives for those who cannot use a laser. Tria is offering 25% off through November 29, 2015, with no code

Starlite In-Home Laser Skin Care

The Starlite in-home laser skin care device is an at home light treatment product used for anti-aging and acne treatment. Known as a “soft laser,” it works by using the power of a specific wavelength of light to heal. According to the product’s website, that wavelength tends to be effective for superficial skin use without

A Couple of Pink Beauty Tech Items for October

Here are a couple of neat pink “tech” items for your October shopping. If you have been considering one of these and love pink or want to see a portion of your investment go to charity, here is your chance! The CLARISONIC Skin Care Brush Limited Edition Pink, Breast Cancer Awareness + 2 oz Cleanser.

Personal UV Meters

Before getting into the sunscreens. Sunscreen week kicks off with information about a cool little gadget. check out this Oregon Scientific Personal UV Monitor. It also has an exposure timer. Or look at the full list of UV meters available at Amazon.com The idea of personal UV monitoring intrigues me. I wonder whether it is

New Beauty Technology: Using Cell Phone Photos to Receive Makup Color Recommendations?

Check out this online article from Scientific American about upcoming technology for the automatic recommendation of makeup colors from your cell phone: Coral Lipstick—It’s You! Or So Says a New Cosmetics Algorithm. According to the article, Hewlett-Packard has developed an algorithm that will allow cell phone users to snap a photo from the phone and then