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About the Finishing Touch Elite

The Finishing Touch Elite is a miracle hair removing wand that erases unwanted hair instantly and painlessly.  It is safe to the touch and angled for precise handling. It is sleek and discreet enough to fit in your purse and powerful enough to remove the thickest hair anywhere. The Finishing Touch Elite even has a light up tip remove hard to see stray hairs. To place an order visit the official Finishing Touch Elite website.

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Avoid Embarrassment with the Finishing Touch Elite

finishing-touch-elite-avoid-embarassmentTrends in make-up or hair coloring may come and go, but unwanted facial hair is never going to be fashionable. Genetics and hormones may be the determining factors for facial hair but no woman needs to feels powerless in her desire to keep her face free and clear. The Finishing Touch Elite is the secret to enhancing any complexion!

With its sleek design, this hair removal tool fits discreetly into any handbag or make-up case. It’s so easy to use that within seconds unwanted hair can be eliminated without leaving any signs of red irritated skin or unsightly bumps. It even comes with a little spotlight built in so you can see details of what needs to be removed. The Finishing Touch Elite is there for those awkward times when a stray is spotted in the rear view mirror or in a public restroom with bright fluorescent lights. Don’t be caught unprepared. Empower yourself by stashing the Finishing Touch Elite in your bag and simply allow your natural glow of confidence to shine clearly!

All About Peach Fuzz

finishing-touch-elite-and-peach-fuzzPeach fuzz doesn’t just refer to the small hair like feature found on the outside of a peach. Rather, it is often used to describe the small, almost invisible hair that can be found on a woman’s face. For some, this is no big deal. Others want it removed along with other bothersome hair.

Whether you want it removed or just kept in check, the Finishing Touch Elite can help! Small enough to fit in a purse & it runs off of 1 AAA battery. Lightweight, portable, and imminently usable.

Eyebrow Shaping Tips with the Finishing Touch Elite

Women’s Health Magazine shares their “How to Do Eyebrows 101″ at http://www.womenshealthmag.com/beauty/pluck-eyebrows#.

One of the most important factors is to make sure you are starting correctly. To locate your starting points, Women’s Health Magazine recommends that you line up your starting point with the inner corner of your eye. They also recommend that you use an eye pencil to draw a vertical line to mark the start of each brow.

Read their tips and if you decide you don’t want to pluck your eyebrows why not use a Finishing Touch Elite to remove hair painlessly?

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Finishing Touch Elite – Sleek and Discreet!

Ladies, let’s face it. Hair sometimes grows where we don’t want it to, and if you suddenly notice it in the middle of your day, what can you do? Your Finishing Touch Elite is easier to use than scissors, and a lot less conspicuous. It’s sized just right to fit in a purse, or even a clutch!

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The Finishing Touch Elite is battery powered (1 AAA) so it can be used virtually anywhere. Great for travel, touch ups on the go, or even your regular morning routine. The head has a light so you can see what you’re doing, and it also pivots for harder to reach areas. The eyebrow attachment helps you to get those eyebrows just right, and best of all it’s pain free! It’s even gentle enough to use on a balloon!

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Some FAQs about the Finishing Touch Elite

finishing-touch-elite-review-as-seen-on-tv-blogIn a recent discussion on the Finishing Touch Elite at As Seen on TV Blog, Shane Trusty shares some frequently asked questions about the Finishing Touch Elite with his readers. These FAQs include “What is the Finishing Touch Elite?” and “What all do I get when I order the Finishing Touch Elite?” Shane offers his answers and then shares his opinions about the Finishing Touch Elite. “The total offer price is an exceptional value…” he says.

Read more about Shane’s thoughts on the Finishing Touch Elite

Avoid Razor Burns and Bumps with the Finishing Touch Elite

Razor burn is a skin condition which displays a red rash, bumps, or even blisters. Razor bumps are small, irritated bumps that occur on the skin. These bumps are strands of hair that curl back and grow into the skin. Razor bumps can cause irritation and pimples and may even lead to scarring.

Both razor burn and razor bumps can often develop after shaving with a manual razor, especially when not used properly. With the Finishing Touch Elite you won’t have to worry about razor burn and razor bumps. This electric is powerful and pain free and can be used head-to-toe. The Finishing Touch Elite is completely safe to the touch and a great choice to avoid rash, blisters and bumps!

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Finishing Touch Elite Explores Some Hair Growth Myths

Newsweek

To this day a couple of myths about hair growth remain popular. The first myth insists that shaving hair causes the hair to grow back thicker. The second related myth is that the hair grows back darker. Is there any truth to either myth?

Newsweek Magzine searched for the answer with Dr. Robin Ashinoff, director of cosmetic dermatology at Hackensack University Medical Center, and Dr. D’Anne Kleinsmith, a dermatologist in West Bloomfield, Michigan and here’s what they discovered.

“The hair shaft tapers at the end. ‘When you shave it, you’re crossing the midshaft, so it seems like it’s thicker and more coarse,’ explains Dr. Robin Ashinoff…’But it’s not.’

The stubble feels stiffer because it’s cut straight across, exposing the thicker part of the shaft, and because it’s short. ‘As it gets longer it feels softer,’ says Dr. D’Anne Kleinsmith….Hair may also look darker after you shave, but that’s not true either. ‘You just see these little dots against your normal skin color, and it just looks that way,’ says Kleinsmith.

The Finishing Touch Elite invites you to read the full Newsweek article

Elle Magazine and Finishing Touch Elite Consider the History of Hair Removal

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From ancient Rome to Europe’s Middle Ages to today’s modern America, women have been searching for tools to remove unwanted hair. Elle Magazine explores this history of hair removal and notes the various tools and inventions that have been created for this purpose. Learn when the first electric razor was created and see how far we’ve come to today’s Finishing Touch Elite.

Finishing Touch Elite invites you to read the full Elle article

Dr. Oz Chats about Women’s Unwanted Hair

finishing-touch-elite-facial-hair-dr-ozIn a recent episode of Dr. Oz, the doctor discusses the unwanted hair that millions of women struggle with. He asks whether a given woman’s “unwanted hair is more than a nuisance and a sign of something more serious.” Dr. Oz goes on to explain “the difference between unwanted and abnormal hair growth, what it means, and what you can do about it.”

The Finishing Touch Elite blog invites you to watch the Dr. Oz video on unwanted hair and hair removal

O Magazine Discusses Increased Hair Growth for Older Women

finishing-touch-elite-facial-hair-oprahDoris J. Day, MD – clinical assistant professor of dermatology at New York University Medical Center – recently helped O Magazine readers to better understanding the process of aging for women, including increased hair growth on the face.

“Though a significant minority of women of all ages have coarse dark hair growing on their chin and upper lip because of a genetic predisposition,” beings Day. “Most women who have excess facial hair have an underlying hormonal issue….As we age, our bodies lose estrogen; testosterone, unopposed, causes us to grow more hair where men have it, on our faces….”

Day goes on to note that “plucking isn’t the best option” for hair removal. “[T]he force of the pluck can irritate and leave a bump,” she states. “If you occasionally have several dark (or white) hairs on your lip or chin, it’s fine to whack them off with a razor” Day advises.

Finishing Touch Elite invites you to read this full O Magazine article on unwanted facial hair