‘It was not worth the effort’: How to shave off a headpiece

Posted May 05, 2019 16:25:53 Hair removal sponge, which is being sold on Amazon as a solution to remove hair from your headpiece, has been accused of damaging the delicate skin on the scalp and causing headaches.

The product is made of a silicone plastic called an oil emulsion and has been sold on a website for $15.99, Amazon said.

The product, made by the US company BioSilicone, is designed to remove oils, hair, makeup and dirt from the scalp.

But its appearance has attracted criticism from users who have reported headaches, dry scalp and a lack of control over how long the product lasts.

In a statement, BioSilicon said it had been contacted by several users of the product, but had not received any complaints.

“The only problem with this product is that the oil can be absorbed into the skin,” the company said.

“The product absorbs oil easily and it can become embedded in the skin, causing irritation.”

The product comes with a plastic cap which covers the oil, BioSense said.

BioSense has received complaints from customers who say the cap can be removed easily but it still has a residue on the skin when it is removed.

BioSense has not responded to a request for comment.

Users have also posted complaints about the silicone oil that has been used in the product and the fact that it is not waterproof.

BioSense said it was working with the manufacturer to address the issue.

“We are actively working with BioSense on a solution that will reduce the amount of oil on the cap, reduce the friction, and allow us to sell the product in a waterproof version,” the statement said.

“We will continue to address any concerns about the product.”

The company said the product would come with a “cap protector” which will protect the cap and prevent the cap from getting stuck to the scalp when removed.

A user posted on Amazon on Tuesday that he has been using BioSense for a year and it has removed hair from his headpiece without any problems.

Briana Stoll, from St Louis, Missouri, wrote that after using the product on his head, his scalp felt softer and he had no issues with it being in contact with his scalp.

“After just a few minutes, it was completely gone,” she said.

She said she would recommend the product to anyone.

“It wasnt worth the trouble.

It wasnt going to hurt you, but it felt like my hair was being pulled out of my scalp,” she wrote.

I have no idea what they are doing to get rid of the oil.

It’s like I wasnt wearing it at all,” another user posted.

One user wrote that the product left her hair dry and she has had to use a cotton swab to remove the hair.

Another said: “I had to put my hair up in a bun, but the oil had completely soaked through and was rubbing off my scalp.”