"In an effort to improve the faces and figures of the nation's women, inventors have answered the call for mechanical aids in the war on wrinkles, double chins, sagging muscles and rough complexions," this article reads. If it is indeed a war, then this is indubitably the torture chamber.
Sure, a lotion-soaked skin mask doesn't sound so bad. And yeah, it's pretty weird, but I'm willing to pick up a mini rolling pin with my foot in order to "limber up the toes," something I never knew I needed to do until now. If pressed, I will perhaps stick my face in the "vapor bath," but I'm definitely going to pass on the "skin oxylation treatment," in which a beautician sprays your face with compressed air. And I'll be damned if I ever let anyone hook my face up to an electric current that I have to ground myself. I don't care if it does get rid of double chins.
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