Do you have a complex about your nose?
Then reach for the Hana Tsun Nose straightener, a much cheaper and painless alternative to plastic surgery! The designers say that twenty minutes per day is enough to help you get a perfect Hollywood nasal profile!
Hana Means Nose In Japanese
“Hana” means nose in Japanese, while “tsun” means to perk or stick up, just like a nose should (physically, not metaphorically). After slipping this nose straightener gently into your nostrils, the supports on either side balance and push up the bones and contours of your nose, giving it an overall sharper, straighter shape, that is less round and more graceful. They retail for $61.00.