Sunday, 15 April 2012

no!no! Hair Removal

So when a no! no! arrived in the post and promised pain free and long lasting hair removal, I thought this has to be too good to be true. Right?  Wrong. I heard about no! no! after seeing it advertised on television but I wasn't convinced by the idea and the effectiveness of it, especially considering its rather hefty price tag (ahem just under £200), how could epilation be painless? 

After leaving it in the box for some time, I finally gave it a go and, although I found it took some getting used to, I am now a no!no! convert.  So, how can it be painless I hear you ask? The no!no! uses thermicon technology, or heat to you and me, to get rid of unwanted hair and for long lasting results, which means it doesn't pluck at your skin. It doesn't feel too hot and skin feels comfortably warm. It successfully gets rid of hairs, but I did find the first few times that it can be a quite drawn out process and you have to be firm with it, however when you have mastered the technique you will find it quicker to do every time. It definitely does last, hair regrowth has been much slower and hairs appear finer. It works just like an epilator, but without the pain which is undeniably a great bonus. The major set back for this product is that it smells, you know the smell of burnt hair? Yes, like that - if you can overcome this then the no!no! could be the product for you! 

The no!no! is designed for all hair types and can be used all over the body,  I love how small and compact it is compared to regular epilators so it is really transportable. I have been using it every couple of weeks which is ample for keeping hairs at bay. The price may seem rather expensive, but I managed to justify it by considering the amount of money I spend on razors each year, where as this will (hopefully) last me a lifetime! 

Check the no!no! out, now stocked at Selfridges
I suspect we need a Buyapowa co-buy on this product.

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28 comments

  1. This looks good, fed up of buying wax strips and creams etc, which will add up eventually! so this product is worth the investment! hopefully I can find them somewhere cheaper xx

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  2. ooo I've been wanting someone to do a review on this, I'm so tempted to buy it, it seems really great, thanks for the review

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  3. Wow it's so great you posted this!! I am sick of shaving and waxing and was considering laser hair removal, but this just might be worth trying! x

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  4. I've been on the fence about this for so long, but you're right, it probably is about a year's worth of razors! Time to take the no!no! plunge!

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  5. I, too, have been seeing this on the tv and have been rather sceptical to try it out but the price did seem rather steep. I feel a little more inclined to see how it goes though so I may invest in one... Thanks for reviewing this for us!

    E-L xo

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  6. i've always wondered if this works or not. thanks for this review.

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  7. Thanks for the review I've been really skeptical about this but it sounds like it really worked for you.what is the battery life like? I found this pretty good offer
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  8. Great review :) I was looking at getting one of these, there is a deal on KGB deals at the moment for £79.99 xx

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  9. Why does everything that I really, really, REALLY need costs so damn much...
    :(

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  10. It looks great! thanks for sharing!

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  11. I returned this after I got it from QVC. It took like 400 times longer to use than just shaving and it did not seem worth the money at all.

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  12. I heard mixed reviews about this. The price tag is mostly what hear bad about it. I wish it wold come down
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  13. Man O Man! I'm with Milla! I might be saving up my pennies though for this one.
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  14. Man O Man! I'm with Milla. But I might be pinching my pennies for this one.

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  15. I've tried an epilator before and swore never again will I use it. If this works without pain then it should be worth a try. :)

    BTW, I have nominated you for Versatile Blogger Award (did a post in my blog). I've been reading your blog and watching your Youtube Channel for 2 years now using my other account. And I love you guys! You two are the best in my opinion. :)

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  16. 293 reviews at hsn and only 2 stars for the no!no! Something seems awry here--pass thank you.

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  17. would you say this is good for fine hair. i find with epilators it doesn't pull the hair out from it's root but rather it just breaks off at the surface of the skin, so less effective and the hair actually grows back thicker. if this actually removes it from the root then this is the perfect product for me! advice please
    xx

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  18. I have been wanting to try this product so bad! But I have read a lot of mixed reviews, it sounds like, if you just use it the right way it would work...I'm very skeptical though...How long have you been using the no!no!?

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  20. Wow! I love your blog and channel and always take your advice but to hear you praise the no!no! is just plain bologna! This product is terrible. I bought one and returned it after 2 months of trying to get it to remove any hair. It smells, it left a permanent burn mark on my leg and it took forever to remove any hair AND left stubble!!! It burns the hair off at the surface and leaves you with stubble... this product is terrible! I can't believe you are endorsing it. Shame... Shame... Shame...

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  21. I've wanted to buy this for ages but I kept hearing bad reivews on it, think I might just give it a go though!

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  22. Are you still using it? Is it goood? :)

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