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Japanese Women Take to At-Home Beauty Products

October 7, 2008

JAPAN: More Japanese women are buying home-use beauty care products that mimic more expensive treatments available at beauty salons. Devices promising similar effects to those at beauty parlors are posting big gains, according to reports. Some of these are the Rubber Grip Scratch, a stainless steel rod with rubber coating used to remove layers of dead epidermis; Face Up Roller, a massage tool with small rubber rollers that are said to lift face muscles; and a facial ion steamer called Nanocare.

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