It seems that the anti-war movement is having a social crisis of its own with certain home hair removal kit manufacturers at home and overseas. A few of the at-home laser treatment hair removal manufacturers were considering certain advertising campaigns to help support anti-war movement groups, and by supporting the liberation of women in the Middle East. While funding groups for world peace, the corporations figured they could ascertain the overseas market in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan believing the women in these countries would appreciate the support from American companies and utilize their products; all the while, the companies would break open a whole new market raking in huge profits to the delight of their shareholders.
The members of www.stopthebombs.org found out about the plans when reading hair removal reviews written by women liberated from the Taliban by their organization in Afghanistan. A few of the Afghan women were given free laser kits to use at the business training school run by the Stop The Bombs Organization and funded by the Tria corporation. After years of rigid conformity to the Taliban rules and religious ideology, the hair removal kits were a huge success and welcomed gift to the newly liberated ladies.
In their reviews the Afghanistan women were clearly quite impressed with the laser hair removal’s performance and ease of use. They cited how the instructions were clearly written and very detailed in every step of the process, and this was from ladies who have never had professional treatment or even allowed to use razors in their previous lives. They talked about how the cordless Tria fits nicely in your hand making it very easy to reach difficult areas on your body such as the back of your legs.
Since safety is a big concern with laser hair removal kits, the company set up a customer service team that spoke their native language. The women had to call the customer service team to activate the device; thus, the professional team was able to ensure that each woman knew how to safely handle the laser device.The only areas the women were advised not to use the laser close to was around the face and around the genitals.
Being able to use the Tria laser device in the privacy of their own rooms was also another big selling point. There are five intensity levels that are based on the thickness of the hair being removed. Women may adjust the laser for any discomfort felt when using the device at higher levels. Each person’s comfort level is different, and the Tria allows for women with sensitive skin to set the laser at a lower level alleviating the discomfort altogether.
What gave away the corporations’ hidden agenda was that the women who were given the kits were told that if they got five of their friends to buy the product they could keep their laser devices for free. Realizing that it took several treatments for the hair to be permanently removed, the women felt pressured to get their friends to buy the devices before the corporations asked for their kits back. The anti-war organization overheard the women pressuring their friends to buy these laser hair removal kits and knew something was up.
Now it is a moral dilemma for the peace organizations who desperately need funds to continue their mission, and although it may leave a bad taste in their mouth the groups might have to swallow their pride if they want to stop the war and liberate more women abroad.