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Sopczynski; Heather S.
New York, NY
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D560854 Skin smoothing implement January 29, 2008
D530452 Curved file October 17, 2006
D530451 Skin buffing implement October 17, 2006
D524441 Device for smoothing keratinous surfaces July 4, 2006
D523143 Skin removing implement June 13, 2006
D515742 Tweezer February 21, 2006
7278431 Device for smoothing keratinous surfaces October 9, 2007
A skin grooming device comprising a planar surface for removable attachment to a stationary surface, having affixed thereto an undulating abrasive block for use in abrading rough, dead, or dry skin from keratinous surfaces and a method for grooming skin using the device.
7229111 Tweezer, kit, method, and package June 12, 2007
The present disclosure relates to a tweezer comprised of a handle and a detachably engageable tweezer component that engages with the handle and is detachable from the handle, a kit containing the handle and the detachably engageable tweezer component, point-of-sale packages, and a m

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