I've had a shaved head for most of my adult life, so I'm out-of-touch with haircare products in general. Even still, I never expected to see this symbol,
on a hairbrush.
What gives? I mean look at this thing:
Braun's Satin Hair brush uses something called Iontec, a "uniquely designed green ion jet [that] releases millions of satin ions proven effectively [sic] onto your hair. These satin ions immediately begin to reduce static and friction to instantly restore you [sic] hair's shine and smoothness."
Ions in your hair. Have any of you females actually used this product? If so please leave a comment, I'm curious as to whether this actually has any effect. (I've found ionated water to be quite effective for another product, but that description will have to wait until a forthcoming review of the Ionator is ready.)
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