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May 29, 2014

Eternity Healthcare explores at-home hair removal category.

Medical device and diagnostic company Eternity Healthcare may soon enter the hand held beauty device category. The company says it has initiated research and development, with Asian developers, to manufacture a pulsed light hair removal device to compete with products such as  no!no! and Pearl.
 
“Eternity Healthcare Inc. is a medical device company; we are always open to new technologies and ideas in the medical fields,” said Dr. Hassan Salari, CEO. “The addition of a laser-based hair removal device to our portfolio of products will not only make the company stronger, but more visible in the healthcare and medical equipment industry.”
 
Eternity Healthcare is best known for a needle-free injection system known as Comfort-in.

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