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    Default Smooth Away - As seen on tv

    Smooth Away - As Seen on TV | Idea Village | Walgreens

    Has anyone tried this?
    I think I may pick one up and give it a try.

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    eh, I've got a similar thing...it kind of 'sands' away the hairs. It lasts as long as shaving for me, but then I'm a hairy bugger!

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    Lookj in the review section-there is only one. From Alaska. Maybe Sarah!
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    Hah i saw that last night on tv and was like, wtf?

    I love watching those lam infomercials.. what was the one with the wand that ha like.. infrared light in the end, and you rubbed it on your face to make wrinkles go away? LOL
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    ^ I haven't seen that one, Grimm. Sounds interesting.
    I love the "as seen on tv" section in Walgreens.

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    Aha!





    Saggy Skin: Instant stimulation helps the skin appear more lifted, toned and tightened.

    Lines and Wrinkles: Thermally recharging your complexion to restore a “no needle” effect to help smooth out the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Be patient lines and wrinkles take a little more time.

    Puffy Eyes: Pack your bags! Wand away that puffy and saggy look and diminish the appearance of excess folds. What a relief!

    Enlarged Pores and Uneven Texture: Oxygenate away that pitted appearance and restore a fresh new palate. No cover up required.

    Lips: Help plump up their appearance and diminish the visible signs of those vertical fine lines and wrinkles. Kissable lips really are much better.
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    I was wondering about the Smooth Away. Doesn't seem like it would work, but would be great if it did. Sounds like they would give a refund if not happy with it.

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    ^ I have read a lot of reviews and they seem to be 50/50. I have also read it's best to buy them in stores. They say the website charges more than stated.

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    I'm going in town today, maybe I'll pick one up...and ask about the return policy.
    Going to check at Makeup Alley.

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    I love browsing this site to see how shitty or good a product is..

    INFOMERCIAL RATINGS.COM - SMOOTH AWAY REVIEWS RATINGS, COMPLAINTS

    Also InfomercialScams.com

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    12/30/2008 - Shirley of Utah, USA writes:

    I purchased it locally so avoided S&H, but it doesn't work, so I'm returning it to the store. I bought it specifically for my chin and lower jaw area. Thought it would be a great alternative to the disposable razor every 3 or 4 days! The hair was less than 1/4 inch, as recommended, I followed instructions to the letter. Press too hard and you get "burn" and not hard enough and it does nothing. Took forever. I can shave the area and get a much smoother result with no irritation to my skin. And in much less time. Even tried the large one, same lack of results.


    This product is a disaster. Used it one week ago. Thought it was working. Made skin smooth. A few hours later a terrible rash appeared--painful and itchy. It won't go away. My legs are splotchy and wrinkled when they weren't before. Not only a waste of $10, but it cost me more money in lotions and treatments. I will probably need to see a dermatologist. I am looking to see if there is a class-action lawsuit against the company.

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    I tried this type product years ago, they came as a free sample in some magazine.

    They are like fine sandpaper, and they take off the hair, but only down to the follicle so it's the same thing as shaving. I guess the regrowth was a little less 'stubbly' as the hair wasn't sliced as with shaving. But it didn't last any longer than shaving did.
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    oh, Penny, thanks for that link.
    Thanks for all the replies, too.
    I forgot to pick one up yesterday, I will get it today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    ^ I haven't seen that one, Grimm. Sounds interesting.
    I love the "as seen on tv" section in Walgreens.
    Me,too! I'm off to get some Urine Gone later today!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    oh, Penny, thanks for that link.
    Thanks for all the replies, too.
    I forgot to pick one up yesterday, I will get it today.
    If you haven't already got one, I wouldn't bother.
    My mom had something like this and yes, its like fine snadpaper and you "rub" the hairs off. A Razor does the same thing and is less taxingon the skin.
    I'd recomend an epilator, myself. Its doing a great job not only of getting rid of the hair but making the folicles weaker so less comes back Hurts like a f*cker the first couple of times you use it mind!
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