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Executive SummaryAesthetician brand launches Dermafile Body, a tool "for exfoliating and polishing away rough skin, signs of sun damage, stretch marks and more," according to Sept. 8 announcement. Product is made with surgical-grade stainless steel and "finely crushed cosmetic diamonds." It will be available in both professional-strength and at-home versions in December for $39.95 at Dermafile.com, the Tampa, Fla.-based company says
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