Panasonic's Nanoe hair dryer adds moisture and style
Hi, I'm Lexy Savvides here at CES 2014 on the floor with Panasonic.
Now the company is mostly known of course for large screen TVs, 4K and also to other home tech but this year the company is trying something a little bit different.
Enter the Nanoe hairdryer.
Now you're probably wondering, why is this any different to any other hairdryer that I might buy?
This actually takes moisture from your hair and the air around you in order
to keep your head nice and moist.
This is Jeffrey from Panasonic and he's just told me that the ions generated by the Nanoe hairdryer are a thousand times smaller than those from other hairdryers.
This means it can penetrate the hair shaft much more easily.
Okay Jeffrey, let's go.
My hair feels really soft, obviously being so dry outside all the moisture is gone out of it, but now it's just really, really pleasant I have to say.
Well, it feels really soft and silky and this is all with just bits of volumizing spray and water, there's no other shine products involved.
So all in all it feels really good and great for dry conditions
and helping put a bit of body back into your lifeless hair.
I'm Lexy Savvides at CES 2014 taking a first look at the Panasonic Nanoe hairdryer.
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