TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MC BIKEN Inc. (location: Toshima-ku, Tokyo; Representative: Masumi Yamamuro) has combined Sanrio’s popular Hello Kitty character with its portable facial massager (the MC BIKEN 24K BEAUTY BAR(R)), which received considerable buzz for using pure gold. The resulting new product is now available for sale.
Boasting “a 24K gold-plated T-bar tip”, “6,000 ‘beautifying’ vibrations per minute”, and “a fully waterproof design”, the new product retains the excellent quality of its predecessor. It also features Hello Kitty’s distinctive rose-pink color on the massager, the anti-dust pouch and the packaging, adding to its appearance an appealing and lovable touch.
Official website: https://beautybar.co.jp/en/
Price: 19,000 yen (tax not included)
Power: 1.5 V (1 AA battery)
Vibration frequency: approximately 6,000 vibrations/minute
Dimensions: Body=140mm (length)×16mm (diameter), T-bar head=35mm (length)×6mm (diameter)
Weight: approximately 80g (including battery)
Main materials used: brass, aluminum (T-bar head is specially plated in pure gold)
Accessories: 1 AA battery,
special anti-dust pouch, instruction manual
Made in Japan
[About the BEAUTY BAR(R)]
The MC BIKEN 24K BEAUTY BAR(R) is the perfect electrical beauty device
for facial care and hand care. It is completely waterproof and the tip
is specially treated with pure gold. Its 6,000 vibrations per minute and
energy-multiplying gold ions give the skin a comfortable stimulation to
improve firmness and elasticity. The fully waterproof design means it
can be used in the shower worry-free. Now, you can give your skin a
treat while unwinding in the bath.
The newly launched MC BIKEN 24K BEAUTY BAR (R) × Hello Kitty collaboration model is a must-have for Hello Kitty fans.
Company name: MC BIKEN Inc.
Representative: Yasumi Yamamuro
Address: 4-10-1 Nishi-sugamo, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Established: November 22, 2000
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