Shaving research cuts both ways

01/4/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

After decades of research on men's shaving, Gillette is turning its attention to the way women dispatch unwanted hair from legs, armpits and elsewhere, in the hopes of doubling its Venus line's sales. At a research facility in Reading, England, scientists use 3-D computer technology to study how women move their bodies when shaving.

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