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No! No!

topic posted Thu, August 9, 2012 - 4:56 AM by  Azeeza
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Has anyone tried No! No! the hair remover product?

Is it a laser, per se or does it just burn the hair off the surface? I thought it was down to the root as well.

Any experience?

Thanks,

Azeeza
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Azeeza
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  • Re: No! No!

    Thu, August 9, 2012 - 3:49 PM
    I bought one, actually, it seems like a good idea. But I've yet to try it. I'll let you know, if you are still interested, when I do.
  • Re: No! No!

    Fri, August 10, 2012 - 5:28 AM
    I read the Remington I pro was better, so I was going to go with that instead, but YES, I'd love to hear what your results are when you use it.

    Thanks!

    Azeeza
    • Re: No! No!

      Sat, August 11, 2012 - 8:51 AM
      I used it only becaused I was guranteed a refund if it didnt work. I ended up getting my refund because it didnt do a thing for me anywhere I used it, and I used it everyday for over 45 days. I will be trying something else.
  • Re: No! No!

    Sat, August 11, 2012 - 10:51 AM
    Thanks for your review.

    It must work for someone. I've read reviews that said the persons using the NoNo was burned badly and the hair never did go away. Hmm... I wish I could try a tester.

    Oh, did the head cover a large area? That seems to be a problem too. The heads on all these gizmos are small and the laser can't concentrate but on a small area at a time, which is TIME CONSUMING...

    Azeeza
    • Re: No! No!

      Sat, August 11, 2012 - 8:01 PM
      I've used an epilady for more than 10 years, regrowth is less than 50% now. The motors on 'em burn out faster nowadays. First one I had lasted 4 years, current model has less than 3 years, and slowing down. I will buy another, replacing at this rate is still less than $20/year.
      • Re: No! No!

        Sun, August 12, 2012 - 11:40 AM
        I'm surprised they still make those. They were the first device of that type, but also by far the most painful, and later brands figured out a method that works at least as well but doesn't hurt quite as much, with the row of rapidly spinning tweezing discs, as opposed to the Epilady's figure-8 loop of coil. Or have they redesigned it more along the lines of all the other companies?
      • Re: No! No!

        Sun, August 12, 2012 - 11:40 AM
        I'm surprised they still make those. They were the first device of that type, but also by far the most painful, and later brands figured out a method that works at least as well but doesn't hurt quite as much, with the row of rapidly spinning tweezing discs, as opposed to the Epilady's figure-8 loop of coil. Or have they redesigned it more along the lines of all the other companies?
  • Re: No! No!

    Sun, August 12, 2012 - 1:43 PM
    I had an Epilady one time and I got so many ingrown hairs. I had to have surgery to remove some of them. Not fun.

    I'm glad it works for you. You must not have as coarse hair as I do.

    Azeeza
    • Re: No! No!

      Thu, September 13, 2012 - 12:19 PM
      I still haven't tried the No! No! I bought 5 months ago, I guess I must be a little scared of it. But I did spend the money after believing the reviews I had read at the time, and now I'm past the 60 day period for a full refund, so I sure hope that it works for me! I will come back here and let you all know after I have finally tried it!
  • Re: No! No!

    Mon, September 17, 2012 - 4:43 AM
    I understand, life gets in the way.

    I got my Remington IPL (Impulse light lamp) and I haven't used it yet either.

    In the past I read it's not good to use on darker skin, but I figure parts of my body that do not see the light of day might be okay for use.

    We'll eventually see how things go. I have a Rio too. That came out some time ago. It's time consuming to use, however I did see a hair vaporize during use one time, but it too isn't to be used on darker skin color. However, very dark hair is best, not blond or lighter hair is recommended for either and light colored skin.

    Azeeza

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