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Calicapelli Pro 1'' Negative Ion Infrared Titanium Flat Iron for Hair Styling (Various Colors) $40 & 2-Pack $70 + Free Shipping

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Calicapelli.com [calicapelli.com] has the Calicapelli Pro 1'' Negative Ion Infrared Titanium Flat Iron for Hair Styling (Various Colors) on sale for $139.99 - $100 off when you apply promo code: BLACKFRIDAY at checkout = $39.99. Shipping is free.


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  • (2) Calicapelli Pro 1'' Negative Ion Infrared Titanium Flat Iron for Hair Styling (Various Colors) $69.99
    • Add (2) Calicapelli Pro 1" Titanium Flat Irons to cart and apply promo code: BLACKFRIDAY = $69.99
Key Features
  • Titanium 3D floating infrared heating plates
  • Titanium plates are ultra-gentle and do not damage hair
  • Prevents frizz and static
  • 360-degree swivel cord
  • 60-minute auto-shutoff
  • Extra Quick heating
  • Extra hot up to 450°F – ideal for thick, coarse, or curly hair
  • Various colors: mint, pink, purple, and leopard
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What is a 'Negative Ion', electron? All ions are positive.
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Interested in trying this one. I've heard good things.
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anyone tried this one before?
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I've tried it. Great value for money. Highly recommend it.
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Quote from VladC :
What is a 'Negative Ion', electron? All ions are positive.
negative ions are basically the same as regular ions except they rely on the magneto reluctance of hydrocoptic marzlevanes to reduce sinusoidal depleneration.
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Quote from ryancox1036 :
negative ions are basically the same as regular ions except they rely on the magneto reluctance of hydrocoptic marzlevanes to reduce sinusoidal depleneration.
Do you know what a ion is? It's an atom minus one or more electrons. Hence it is always positive. No pseudo-scientific babble could hide or distort this fact.
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Quote from VladC :
Do you know what a ion is? It's an atom minus one or more electrons. Hence it is always positive. No pseudo-scientific babble could hide or distort this fact.
An ion is an atom that's gained a positive or negative electrical charge. Think about magnets – opposites attract, because neutrality is the natural state of stability, wholeness and health.
Damaged hair is positively charged – from static electricity, chemicals or metal heated appliances. The positive charge keeps hair follicles open, dried out & brittle.
Negative ions neutralize the charge, closing hair follicles and smoothing the hair shaft.
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Quote from ChelseaFox :
An ion is an atom that's gained a positive or negative electrical charge. Think about magnets – opposites attract, because neutrality is the natural state of stability, wholeness and health.
Damaged hair is positively charged – from static electricity, chemicals or metal heated appliances. The positive charge keeps hair follicles open, dried out & brittle.
Negative ions neutralize the charge, closing hair follicles and smoothing the hair shaft.
That's exactly what I thought - you just have no understanding what a ion (an atom) is. It was already obvious from your pseudoscientific babble devoid of any meaning. Let me explain what your elementary school teacher had to - an atom consists of neutrons, positively charged protons and electrons. Nothing else. When electron(s) gets off, the remaining atom, now called ion is inherently positively charged because of the overwhelming number of remaining protons.
So much for the level and quality of the education of the Masters Of The Universe!
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Ordered thanks a lot 😊
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