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Thread: Thoughts about ionic hair dryers?

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    Thoughts about ionic hair dryers?

    Difficult to find just a regular hair dryer. Received ceramic ionic hair dryer as a Christmas gift. After reading reviews I am concerned about using it?? Any one have one? Thoughts?

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    What are your concerns?
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    Why the concern? I don't know that mine is ceramic but it is ionic. Hubs bought one for me several years ago. We have very hard water. My initial response when I used it the first time was 'you gave me new hair'! At the time felt it made my hair feel softer. In the years since, i use it very infrequently now and my hair is now predominantly grey and a different texture. Not sure if I was still coloring my hair at that point either.

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    I'm curious, too, as to what your concerns are .... as I just got one.

    So far, I have been quite pleased with it and like NJQuilter, I am thinking my hair has a nicer feel to it overall. Being that I have only used it a few times, I'm not believing that it really has made a difference though. Only time will tell.

    Perhaps someone with more knowledge on this will jump in here and enlighten us!
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    I have noticed thru the years of different names being added on to products. Just had to buy a new microwave and it said it was "Inverter" what ever that means.
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    I've used Chi hairdryers for years now. The ones I've had have been ionic and ceramic (as far as I can remember) and I love them. I'm interested, too, in what your concerns are.
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    Might need to go back to school, my ole brain thinks ozone when I hear ions.

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    NJ Quilter, I'm curious where in Central NJ you're located. I'm in Secaucus, NJ, not far from Giant Stadium.
    I belong to a very small Quilt Guild and if you're anywhere near, I invite you to join us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just janet View Post
    NJ Quilter, I'm curious where in Central NJ you're located. I'm in Secaucus, NJ, not far from Giant Stadium.
    I belong to a very small Quilt Guild and if you're anywhere near, I invite you to join us.
    Thanks so much for your kind offer but I am a but far away. I am between Trenton and Princeton, very close to the PA border. Only time I get to that neck of the woods is for Macy's parade training.

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