Thursday, 1 October 2015

Like Most Men,

I find shaving a bit of a bore,

but this could make it more fun, Morgan Gustavsson invented the IPL (Intense Pulse Light) laser in 1989, which is still a popular method of hair removal treatment, He always wanted to create a laser that could be brought to bear on the everyday shaving market, but there was a problem, he writes, wavelengths of light had been discovered that could cut through dark hair, but light (or gray) hair was much more challenging to deal with, but now he, and his partner Paul Binun, claim to have discovered a chromophore (part of a hair molecule) that is shared by all humans, and can be cut easily when hit with a particular wavelength of light,

the Skarp razor can be used on any part of your body, from your face to your legs, and is being marketed at both men and women, and the promise of a smoother, more pleasant shave has clearly captured the imagination of the Kickstarter community, now that the fundraising goal has been met, we will see if the initial product lives up to expectations, getting the Skarp razor by March 2016 will cost you $159 would I like one? Yes, but I will let the price hopefully fall first and no I am not on commission!

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