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Lindo TWIST-N-ROLL Tweezer Hair Removal Tool

Grace Harvest & Associates officially introduce Lindo TWIST-N-ROLL TWEEZERS hair removing tool to the beauty industry at the IECS show Las Vegas June-13-15!

Grace Harvest & Associates introduces a new facial hair removal tool to the beauty industry!

Spa professionals and consumers alike can use this low cost unique tool to gently remove facial hair from the root.

Unlike other popular hair removal methods such as waxing this method offers the professional and consumer an alternative to facial hair removal AND will not cause breakouts or redness.

It works on all hair types including coarse hair and peach fuzz. Simply open the package and bend the Twist-N-Roll Tweezers into an upside down "U" shape and literally start gently "rolling" over the upper lip, cheeks, neck and chin area for smooth, silky skin.

Hair threading, waxing, and electrolysis can be very expensive in today's economy. This is a simple, low cost way to remove facial hair. It has been reported that it is even less painful than tweezers!

Some redness may occur in the beginning but with continued use recommended at once per month the skin will become accustomed to it and there will be no more redness. This product works so well that a mirror is not even needed.

Visit Lindo TWIST-N-TOLL Tweezer Hair Removal Tool at BOOTH NUMBER 2666 AT THE IECS SHOW LAS VEGAS JUNE 13-15.

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