Jenny McCarthy lands hair removal deal

Jenny McCarthy has been tapped as the new face of Tria Beauty.

The comedic actress has partnered with the Dublin based company to promote their Hair Removal Laser.

Jenny explained that she chose to promote the product as excess body hair is a problem she has encountered in the past.

“Who wants to worry about unwanted hair, especially in my line of work where I am constantly

in front of the camera or attending events,” Jenny explained in an official press release. “I was instantly drawn to the ease and convenience of the Tria Hair Removal Laser and the fact that it offered professional and permanent results in the comfort of your own home. The thought of never needing to shave or wax again sounded like a dream come true.”

The mother, actress and businesswoman confessed finding time for a beauty regime is tough with her hectic schedule. The blonde star will be presenting the Times Square ABC show New

Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest, and she will launch her own late night talk show on VH1

in February. Vice President of the brand Tim Bunch explained more about why Jenny was the ideal spokesperson for their product.

“We were excited to learn that Ms. McCarthy is as much of a fan of the Tria Hair Removal Laser

as Tria Beauty is of her,” Tim stated. “We are happy to welcome Ms. McCarthy to the Tria Beauty family, as she embodies our brand personality – intelligent, confident and trustworthy.”

© Cover Media
  • Why you can't buy America's greenest car 3 hours ago
    Why you can't buy America's greenest car

    Ask me or any auto expert what's the fastest car you can buy for any given amount, and we could easily cough up several options. Same for most luxurious, or off-roadable, or any other measurement. Yet there's one type of question that's far harder to answer: What's the greenest, most environmentally friendly car you can buy today?

  • Audi TT Offroad concept debuts as a 124-mpg hybrid with wireless charging 3 hours ago
    Audi TT Offroad concept debuts as a 124-mpg hybrid with wireless charging

    The TT. Audi's diminutive sports car. Since production began in 1998, the two-door coupe has aged with the pugnacity of a grizzled New Yorker, but not in size. And why would it, as the arrival of the TT RS proved, adding some grit makes for a rather captivating dish. And so you'll excuse us for being puzzled by the Audi TT Offroad concept.

  • Wednesday #sgroundup: Pirates kidnap three on Singapore tanker off Malaysia 7 hours ago
    Wednesday #sgroundup: Pirates kidnap three on Singapore tanker off Malaysia

    Here are today’s top trending stories in case you missed them.

  • Pirates kidnap three on Singapore tanker off Malaysia
    Pirates kidnap three on Singapore tanker off Malaysia

    Armed pirates boarded a Singapore-managed oil tanker in the Strait of Malacca, kidnapping three Indonesian crew and stealing some of the vessel's shipment of diesel fuel, the International Maritime Bureau said Wednesday. The attack occurred early Tuesday off Malaysia's west coast, said Noel Choong, head of IMB's Kuala Lumpur-based piracy reporting centre. The diesel oil tanker was believed to be en route to Myanmar. "IMB is aware of the attack on the Singapore-managed ship in the Malacca Straits.

  • McDonald's Hello Kitty sale site temporarily suspended due to fresh wave of Kitty mania
    McDonald's Hello Kitty sale site temporarily suspended due to fresh wave of Kitty mania

    It may not be safe to enter a McDonald’s restaurant in Singapore on Mondays starting 28 April. To celebrate the iconic Japanese character Hello Kitty’s 40th anniversary, the fast food chain announced last Friday that it would be releasing a new collection of Hello Kitty toys in McDonald’s restaurants island wide next Monday.

  • First sign of S.Korea ferry disaster was call from a frightened boy
    First sign of S.Korea ferry disaster was call from a frightened boy

    He called the emergency 119 number which put him through to the fire service, which in turn forwarded him to the coastguard two minutes later. That was followed by about 20 other calls from children on board the ship to the emergency number, a fire service officer told Reuters.