Nono Hair Removal Review - Read Before You Buy
What Is Nono Hair Removal System?
Nono Hair Removal System is the latest and is supposed to be the greatest in hair removal technology. People from all over were excited to learn about this new breakthrough in hair removal. Below, you can find out more about NoNo hair removal, and read an honest Nono hair removal review.
Nono 8800 hair removal is a system that removes unwanted hair with no chemicals. It is pain free. Unlike depilatories and electric shavers, it doesn't make any noise. There are no messes like with waxing or creams. No more painful, bloody cuts from razors! It is supposed to be easy to use at home.
No no hair removal works by using heat to heat the hair. The Nono 8800 hair removal technology is called Thermicon. Theoretically, the heat pulsates and travels down the hair. This causes the hair to to separate, which is how it is removed. Then the heat continues down to the follicle, where it destroys cells which cause regrowth. This is how the Nono hair removal systems delays regrowth of hair.
The results are supposed to be long-lasting hair removal that works immediately. There are no ingrown hairs. The maker claims a 94% reduction in regrowth of hair. It is also supposed to slow the actual regrowth time.
The manufacturer claims that No no hair removal isn't a miracle cure for unwanted hair. It takes time to work, but if used regularly over a few weeks, you should expect excellent results. Nono 8800 hair removal is not recommended for the face, genitals, or breasts.
What Is the Nono Hair Removal Price?
The Nono hair removal system comes complete with a No no hair removal tool, power cord, 2 tips for long hair, 3 tips for short coarse hair, a buffer, brush for cleaning, CD with instructions, manual, and a storage bag. The cost is about $250.
How Do You Use the No No 8800 Hair Removal System?
Basically, you use the Nono 8800 hair removal device on your skin where you want to remove unwanted hair. Then you use the buffers over the same area. Last, you apply a cream.
Sounds great, right? Read on to see the results of using this new hair removal system with my Nono hair removal review.
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Nono Hair Removal Review
After trying the Nono 8800 Hair
Removal system patiently for about two months, here is my honest Nono
hair removal review. Hopefully, it can help you decide if you wish to
buy a Nono hair removal system for yourself.
Nono Hair Removal Complaints
First of all, get ready for the smell. When I used the Nono hair removal, it smelled like singed hair. So I guess the Nono device really does heat up your hair pretty well.
The next thing I noticed is that it was NOT painless. I wouldn't go so far as to say the Nono hair removal system was painful, but it did cause discomfort. The buffing part of the method caused my skin to feel a bit raw afterward. And the 'smooth' cream burned when I applied it. However, my skin is sensitive. Often what bothers my skin causes no problems for others, so that may be the case here, too.
Another drawback to the Nono hair removal system is the blades. They became worn out very quickly. I used the Nono system about every 2-3 days for two months. After about 3 weeks, the blades had already started to become dull.
Which leads to my next negative feature to the Nono system. That being that added to the initial somewhat hefty expense, there are parts of the Nono hair removal system that need to be replaced, and often. This includes the Nono blades, buffers, and smooth cream. And I'm wondering if the Thermicon tips need to be replaced at some point as well? I'm not sure about that.
Another thing that I did not like about the Nono hair removal system was the time it took. I spent over an hour each time I used it. This was to do my legs and underarm areas. So, in a week I spent roughly about 3 or 4 hours using the Nono hair removal device.
Nono Hair Removal - Does It Work?
So, bottom line- Does Nono Hair Removal System Work?
Well, I tried it as I said 3-4 times a week for two months. I saw absolutely no results as advertised.
Yes, it did remove hair, but didn't remove it all. It was especially difficult to remove hair around my knees and the coarse hair under my arms. A razor or my epilator works better.
I noticed no reduction of hair regrowth or reduction of hair at all. Hair seemed to grow back just as quickly as when I shave. I don't believe that it removed hair at the root. It didn't seem any different to me than if I had just shaved.
The company does say to use it for
three months for the desired results. So it is possible that I just gave
up on it too soon. But I don't believe so, and I don't want to spend
another 12-16 hours with this hair removal system to find out.
Nono Hair Removal Recap
As a recap, for me at least the Nono hair removal didn't work as advertised. It was a huge chunk out of my pocket that I would like to have back.
I will go back to my epilator, which works reasonably well
and is much more effective for me than razors, depilatory creams,
waxing, or Nono hair removal. I haven't ever tried electrolysis or laser
hair removal methods because I believe they are too expensive, so I
can't speak for those hair removal options.
Last word on my Nono hair removal system review: Don't waste your money, or you'll be saying No No! I want my money back!
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