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Beauty Products On The Way

Beauty companies from around the world are unveiling their newest products this week at the International Beauty Show in New York.

So, it was a natural destination for The Early Show's stylist to the stars, David Evangelista.

He selected some to showcase for viewers on Tuesday.

Among them: An infrared "portable sauna" from Health Mate Saunas. It's a pre-made sauna the company says can be put into your house, backyard or terrace. It comes with a built-in stereo that has a radio and plays CDs and MP3s, as well as twinkle lights that blink in different colors inside the sauna. It retails for roughly $5000.

Other products singled out by Evangelista, as described below by their manufacturers included:

Chi Volumizing Iron: A ceramic, ionic and infrared volumizing iron that lifts hair from the root area to create volume and fullness. Its design provides groves that hold hair in place until volume has been achieved, and curved ceramic plates enable you to curl, finger wave, bend, flip and turn the iron to achieve numerous styling possibilities. Even smooth, sleek styles are simple and easy with the volumizing iron. As fashion changes, so should the tools you use, and the Chi Volumizing Iron enables you to create root lift, volume and movement with ease. It incorporates pharmaceutical grade ceramics that prevent damage to the hair.
Retails for $129.99;

Body Buddy Non-Absorbent Applicator Band has a soft, vinyl body buddy that extends your reach and makes it possible to easily and independently rub lotion on your own back. Not only can it be used for moisturizers, you can also use it to apply self-tanners, medications, ointments, or even powder onto your back.
Retails for $22.95;

Bonotox Serum from !QMS is formulated by plastic surgeon Dr. Erich Schulte and is the only anti-aging system of its kind to introduce natural soluble collagen into the skin. The !QMS system is uniquely balanced, using a combination of fruit acids and pure natural collagen that restores the skin's ability to retain moisture, which is key to achieving healthy, youthful skin. !QMS is currently being used in top salons, medical spas and doctors' offices worldwide. !QMS recently launched Bonotox Serum, the painless and gentle alternative to conventional Botox injections. This four-week, at-home treatment has an immediate lifting effect with instant, visible changes.
Retails for $487;

Curviblocks are sold as a set: 10 large blocks, four small blocks, perm picks, and laundry/storage bag. The foam blocks are used in a similar manner to curlers: You roll hair between the two pieces of foam that comprise each block and which are then secured in place with a pick. The end result: beautiful soft, textured curls.

Revitalight HandSpa is the first intense LED light device exclusively for photo-rejuvenation of the backs of the hand. After two years of development, Skincare Technology is providing it to men and women to help their hands look younger. The HandSpa uses red and amber light energy to reduce signs of aging and sun damage, including brown spots, fine lines and wrinkles. After only six sessions, hands will look younger and rejuvenated.
$2,995; for sale to spas, not to individuals

Migi Nail Art is a nail polish that comes with both a brush and a special "art tip," enabling the user to actually draw on nails. By using the patented art tip and the plastic squeeze bottle, the user is able to control the flow of polish that is applied.
Retails for $29.99 for 8 bottles, or $4 a bottle;

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