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United States Patent Application 20170265616
Kind Code A1
SATO; Ganji September 21, 2017

HAIR REMOVER

Abstract

Removing hair in a conventional manner is of low work efficiency. Nasal hair stereoscopically grows, and where in the nasal vestibule portion it grows is not clear. Thus, it is difficult in some cases to treat even one nasal hair. Also, using a shaver does not allow treated nasal hair to be visually recognized, which leaves uncertainty as to how much of nasal hair that has been actually treated. Therefore, a hair remover that pinches hair by compressing a spring along an axle member and removes the hair by moving with the spring being compressed is provided.


Inventors: SATO; Ganji; (Tokyo, JP)
Applicant:
Name City State Country Type

SATO; Ganji

Tokyo

JP
Family ID: 1000002702920
Appl. No.: 15/616897
Filed: June 7, 2017


Related U.S. Patent Documents

Application NumberFiling DatePatent Number
PCT/JP2015/084421Dec 8, 2015
15616897

Current U.S. Class: 1/1
Current CPC Class: A45D 26/0061 20130101; A45D 26/0047 20130101
International Class: A45D 26/00 20060101 A45D026/00

Foreign Application Data

DateCodeApplication Number
Dec 8, 2014JP2014-006494U

Claims



1. A hair remover, wherein hair is pinched by compressing a spring along an axle member; and the hair is removed by moving the hair remover with the spring being compressed.

2. The hair remover according to claim 1, comprising a front end part; and a rear end part, wherein the spring is compressed toward the front end part by pushing the rear end part.

3. The hair remover according to claim 2, comprising two finger hole parts, wherein two fingers are placed into the finger hole parts while another finger pushes the rear end part in using the hair remover.

4. The hair remover according to claim 1, comprising a motor, wherein the motor operates when the spring is compressed, thereby delivering vibration to the spring.

5. The hair remover according to claim 1, wherein the spring is processed to be non-slip.
Description



[0001] The contents of the following Japanese Utility Model application and International application are incorporated herein by reference:

[0002] No. 2014-6494 filed in Japan on Dec. 8, 2014, and

[0003] No. PCT/JP2015/84421 filed on Dec. 8, 2015.

BACKGROUND

[0004] 1. TECHNICAL FIELD

[0005] The present invention relates to a hair remover for more reliably treating nasal hair.

[0006] 2. RELATED ART

[0007] Many people treat nasal hair with a tweezer or a shaver dedicated for treating nasal hair for cosmetic enhancement.

PRIOR ART DOCUMENTS

Patent Documents

[0008] Patent Document 1: Japanese Patent Application Publication No. 2010-259686

[0009] Patent Document 2: Japanese Patent Application Publication No. 2000-342327

[0010] Patent Document 3: Japanese Patent Application Publication No. 2001-327322

[0011] Removing hair in a conventional manner is of low work efficiency. Nasal hair stereoscopically grows, and where in the nasal vestibule portion it grows is not clear. Thus, it is difficult in some cases to treat even one nasal hair. Also, using a shaver does not allow treated nasal hair to be visually recognized, which leaves uncertainty as to how much of nasal hair that has been actually treated.

[0012] There is a demand for tweezers that allow nasal hair, which stereoscopically grows and exists at uncertain locations, to be more reliably treated by one trial with care for the pain sensation and also the removed nasal hair to be visually recognized.

SUMMARY

[0013] A hair remover according to one aspect of the present invention pinches hair by compressing a spring along an axle member and removes the hair by moving with the spring being compressed.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

[0014] FIG. 1 is an appearance diagram according to the present embodiment.

DESCRIPTION OF EXEMPLARY EMBODIMENTS

[0015] FIG. 1 is an appearance diagram according to the present embodiment. A front end part 1 is to be biased by a spring installed therein. If a user places his/her second finger and middle finger into finger holes 3 and pushes a rear end part 4 with the thumb, a spring 2 can be easily compressed. The front end part 1 is coated to prevent damaging intranasal mucus membrane.

[0016] A hair remover body incorporates a small motor. If the spring 2 is completely compressed, the switch is turned on, causing the motor to operate. Vibration is delivered to the spring 2, thereby reducing pain at the time of removing hair. The spring 2 is processed to be non-slip in order not to lose nasal hair that has been caught.

[0017] A user inserts the front end part 1 into a nasal cavity with his/her second finger and middle finger being hooked in the finger holes 3 and pushes the rear end part 4 with the thumb. If the spring 2 is completely compressed, the switch is turned on, causing the hair remover body to vibrate. Thus, nasal hair that has been caught with the spring 2 in response to the compression is removed by moving the hair remover body from the nasal cavity.

EXPLANATION OF REFERENCES

[0018] 1: Front end part; 2: spring; 3: finger hole; 4: rear end part

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