In light and heat, gadgets claim to fight acne
from The New York Times
Jan. 8, 2010 issue
: A new crop of hand-held aesthetic devices has been crowding the bathroom shelf, wedged between the latest salon styling tool and multi-speed electric toothbrush. Marketed as mini-me professional devices, the gadgets often come with hefty price tags and the promise of results that sound too good to be true: a skin care brush that reduces wrinkles, a hair removal unit no bigger than an iPod that beams away unwanted hair, a slender mallet-like skin plumper that creates a more youthful appearance.
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