DIY Electrolysis

Consumer Botox kits aren't available yet (unless you're Nicole Kidman), but thanks to Sephora, there's another medical procedure that's getting a take
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Consumer Botox kits aren't available yet (unless you're Nicole Kidman), but thanks to Sephora, there's another medical procedure that's getting a take
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Consumer Botox kits aren't available yet (unless you're Nicole Kidman), but thanks to Sephora, there's another medical procedure that's getting a takeout carton: Electrolysis. Sephora just released the No!No!, a series of laser-like gadgets that use heat beams and tiny razors to remove hair. The No!No! looks like a cell phone, and according to Sephora, it works like a salon visit, as it should: The device costs $250, which equals about five waxing sessions at a good spa. It actually looks fun to try, but also a little lethal: Maybe if it doesn't smooth your legs, you could use it to stun intruders?