As a woman, unsightly hair is something that I am constantly trying to keep under control. It's just something I accept as a part of everyday life. Of course, there are many ways of keeping hair under control (shaving, waxing, etc.) but one of the ways I have become most interested in recently is the No No Hair removal system.
When I heard about it a few months ago, I immediately looked around for some No No Hair removal reviews to find out whether this product is actually as good as it is made out to be. It's supposed to be a very effective hair removal system, and can have a permanent or longterm impact on the reduction of hair.
So I decided to try it out after purchasing it online. What follows is a brief No No Hair removal review to help other women (and even men) decide whether this product is right for them.
How It Works
Basically, No No Hair works by using heat to remove the hair on your body. It's a new technology called Thermicon, which directs a gentle pulse of heat at your skin to crystallize hair follicles down to the root.
When you receive it in the mail, it comes with the unit, 2 heat blades, a buffer, a small brush (which is useless), a small bag (even more useless), instructional DVDs, and a booklet.
To use it, you slip one of the heat blades into the unit, and roll it across your skin. You know it is working when the blue light turns on as you are rolling it. After rolling it across a particular area of your body, you should notice that it removes most of the hair it comes in contact with.
After several weeks of use, you will notice that you are relatively hair-free in the places where it was used. Over the course of several months, the company claims you should notice a very large reduction in the amount of hair on your body. It can supposedly have long-term effects, and permanently reduce the amount of unsightly hair you have.
The end result is less hair, less shaving, and smoother skin - every girls dream, right?
Well, let's see if it actually works.
My Personal Review
So how well did this product actually work for me?
I first used it on my arms and legs to test the waters a bit. I was skeptical it would actually work entirely as advertised, but I thought it would at least have some impact.
I used it twice a weeks for the first six weeks (as the company recommends) and was quite impressed with the results. It definitely, eliminated a lot of the hair on my arms and legs, and I only had to use an epilator a couple of times to get rid of a few niggling hairs here and there.
But by far the best thing I noticed about this system was that it was very effective for long-term hair removal results. After several weeks of using this thing, I actually didn't have to deal with hair removal for several months. And when hair did grow back, it was much lighter and less obvious (and there was less of it).
So as a more long-term hair removal system, this product works very well.
It is far more effective than shaving, because you have to keep shaving regularly to keep everything under control. And when you do shave, it causes hair to grow back coarse and shabby (which is not attractive).
If you're considering buying the No No Hair removal system, I highly recommend you do a bit of your own research as well. There are a few negatives with using this system, which is what some No No Hair Removal reviews have been good at pointing out.
After weighing the pros and cons, you should determine whether this product is right for you. Are you looking for a long-term hair removal system? Or are you just content with shaving or waxing? How much of a budget do you have?
These are all things to consider, and doing proper research beforehand can go a long way in ensuring you make the right decision.
Article Views: 51261 Report this Article