Home laser hair removal becomes a viable option.(Consumer Electronics)(Brief article)
From: Chain Drug Review
NEW YORK -- The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first over-the-counter laser hair-removal system.
The product was developed by Palomar Medical Technologies Inc. The Gillette unit of Procter & Gamble Co. (P&G) hopes to capitalize on the $2.7 billion professional light hair removal market by introducing a device that will allow women to do their own laser treatments at home.
Gillette and Palomar executives are not saying when the product will be on the market, or what its cost will be.
"Do we expect this to ever eliminate shaving altogether?" asks a P&G ...
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