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Senslux LED desk lamps fight acne with style

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2008

Senslux LED desk lamps fight acne with style
Here’s a trio of nice lamps with a sort of retro-modern look, from Senslux. They are eco-friendly and energy saving. The company’s goal is to “contribute to make human-being and the world happier and healthier”.

They come in three different models including a full spectrum LED desk lamp ‘SF-1500’, a lamp that will treat your acne and another LED desk lamp, the ‘SG-1500’. That’s about it for details right now. You’ll want to check out the acne fighting lamp if you have some skin issues and also happen to need new lighting.

Zeno device helps emo teens remove acne

Posted in Healthcare by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2008

Zeno device helps emo teens remove acne
If the mpion MP3 player didn’t remove your hardcore teen acne, try this Zeno device. It claims to be an acne Clearing device, that will improve your complexion. In fact, it’s the 1st FDA approved home gadget to remove acne.

The tip heats up when applied to a pimple. Supposedly that will cause some sort of a shock to the bacteria that causes acne. They claim that “two to three 2 1/2 minute treatments spread over 24 hours are sufficient for most pimples” and most pimples will disappear. There’s no question that this is the geeky gadget way to remove acne, but does it work? I think if ANYTHING worked the way they claimed, there would be no need for this product. It retails for $184.95.

mpion: the MP3 player that fights acne

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2008

mpion: the MP3 player that fights acne
Sure, the world has seen it’s share of goofy MP3 players, but this one really takes the cake. The saying goes “There’s a sucker born every minute…”, but they should have added, “…And some will rub an MP3 player on their face like a Norelco razor”.

The mpion actually claims to fight acne by releasing positively and negatively charged ions, which supposedly neutralize breakouts. It will cost you $184 and only holds 128 megabytes of music, so I’m thinking this is a last resort for the seriously desperate, angst ridden type, who has a terminal case of crater-face. Keep rubbing my friend. Who says wishes can’t come true, if you just believe. I can’t figure out why a young and thin Rosanne Barr is pictured using this.