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No No Hair Removal System, A Review
No No Hair Remover Review
Why I Said Yes to No No
Like millions of people all over the world, I could not fail to notice the barrage of television and magazine advertisements for this hair removal product.
The makers of No no; Radiance; boasts that this product is the hottest selling hair removal product on the market. No no can be just as effective when used by women or men, that this amazing product has been sold to millions of people throughout the world.
Radiance claims, No no is not just another hair removing the system, it is a high caliber product that is designed to give a professional salon quality result. The bonus is that this product is designed for use in the home, there is no need for regular visits to the salon.
No no is said to be safe, effective, and even doctor recommended. Virtually painless, it removes facial and body hair, it is easy to use, and it gets results.
When you use No no, you will no longer need, to struggle with razors, depilatory creams, electrical shavers, wax-sugaring or lasers. You can say goodbye to razor burns, ingrown hairs, nicks, and cuts, etc.
Personally; I've never really had a major problem with the excessive growth of unsightly body hair, but like most women, I do struggle to remove what unwanted hair I do have. My unwanted hairs consisted mostly of sparse growth of hair on my legs and underarms, requiring regular attention, especially during the summer months.
In the past, I've tried shaving with razors, but always manages to cut myself, I've tried the depilatory creams that seemed to work, but still a no-no, since they were time-consuming and messy, with a very unpleasant odour. I've tried 'do it yourself waxing,' but this was somewhat painful.
I considered using a professional salon, but the small amount of hair growth just did not warrant the regular cost and inconvenience this would entail. So I kept right on stealing my husband's razors, to his disgust.
When I first saw the No no ads. I thought it looked interesting but much too expensive. However, as I began to struggle with the dreaded menopause, unsightly and unwanted hair seemed to be sprouting from everywhere, the day of the Triffids has arrived.
And so eventually, I screamed for help and declared war. To the hairs taking over my face, legs and, in particular, those on my upper lip and chin, I finally said No no.
And rushed to place an order for my very own No no hair removal system, and then I patiently waited for the arrival.
How No No Works
The No no system works by using an innovative technology; this technology uses the power of heat to prevent the hair follicles from regrowing. It directs a gentle pulse of heat to the skin; this crystallizes the hair follicles down to the roots. In effect, No no affects hair growth from the source and is said to be able to reduce the growth and appearance of body hair by 70%.
It is possible to go weeks without having to repeat the treatment, if or when hair do return, it is finer and barely visible. No no may not stop hair growth completely. However, what it does do, is reduce the amount of hair that will regrow. No no is thought to be safe to use on most parts of the body including bikini area and armpits, and is effective in removing hair of any shade and texture, and can be used in conjunction with any skin colour.
Did No No work for me?
Personally, I found that the No no worked reasonably well, it was slow in the first few weeks of treatment. I found that still needed to shave to get a smooth skin, and honestly; I was disappointed. I went back and took another look at the accompanying recommendations, before returning to the product as directed. Approximately three months later, I was very pleased with the result. I found that the hairs on my legs and face had reduced, and the regrowth was less noticeable.
- No no is safe, follow the user guidelines
- Effective in the long term,
With a simple cordless design, it is easy to use
Works out cheaper than laser hair removal
More efficient than waxing
Not as messy as depilatory cream
You can try out the product for 60 days, if you're not happy, you can claim your money back
You can choose to pay using the convenience of the three instalments payment plan
No no is not as effective in the short term
More expensive than shaving, waxing or cream
Needs perseverance, should be done twice weekly for the first six weeks
There is an odour of burning
I found the manufacturer’s advice somewhat conflicting when it comes to using the product on the face. It states that No no should not be used on the face, and then goes on to say, if you do use No no on the face, only the narrow tips should be used, and the skin about the upper lips should be pulled tightly to avoid cuts and burns. Radiance recommended that you avoid using the product close to the eyes and other sensitive areas. Personally, I would not use this or any similar product close to my eyes.
In conclusion, although there are some encouraging results in the short term, this product works best over time. If you are considering purchasing the No no system, you must first do your research. Always remember, before commencing treatment, read the manufacturer’s recommendations.
For me, this was a worthwhile buy. I liked that I was able to try the product out for 60 days, before fully committing to it, and would be able to return it, with no out of pocket expense to myself.
So is No no worth the hype? Maybe not entirely, but if you are patient, it does the job. My advice to anyone who are currently considering buying this No no hair removal system is to give it a try, if you are not convinced after 60 days you can get you money back.