questionsanyone ever use a no no hair removal?

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Nope, but I will admit to a bit of no-no curiosity.

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@icemanforlife: And the pain. Don't forget the pain 8^o

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I believe I would rather spend the money on laser hair removal. I looked at the No No a long time ago and it was very expensive.

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@okham: yeah true that. i like the outcome of my crotch waxed but the waxing sucks. Kinda wish this No No hair removal works but wondering if anyone has any experience or anyone that has one wants to make themselves a guinea pig and try it.

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A female friend of my wife got one. She is very gullible.

She used it for 3 weeks straight, following every direction given in the manual,
and it NEVER did anything. Nothing. Not even close to removing ANY hair.

The worst part is, it took forever to get her refund.

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@jjkehoe: The Epilady! Me and a friend fell for that one. Coils literally RIP the hairs out. Both of us had bloody legs. And the pain, oh, the pain.

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I was thinking about trying it down below if you know what i mean. I have tried waxing but if this yields the same results that would be sweet. Waxing gets expensive.

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I fell for the Epilady many years ago. The great hair-removal conspiracy isn't sucking me in again! Do you hear that? YOU WON'T GET ME!

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It looks a little sketchy....

My fiancee is getting professional laser removal of all "no no" places.
It makes me curious enough to investigate the possiblility of getting a "no no" done around my "no no", or "no no" the "no no" entirelyt for that matter, to make "no no" so much more comfortable.

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tried the silkn version. Very expensive once you start buying the cartriges. It slowed the growth but that was it. I've also tried traditional laser with no results. I'm a pale skinned girl with darker body hair -it's supposed to work on me! Nope. Waste of money and time- and BTW those little home treatments sting as well...

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I haven't used the no-no. However, I do have an epilator that I use regularly. It is like this one:
http://www.amazon.com/Braun-Silk-Epil-Epilator-LiteFuze/dp/B003AQWOB4/ref=sr_1_16?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1349200774&sr=1-16&keywords=braun+epilator

It does rip the hair out by the roots, so it isn't the most joyful experience but I don't think it's that bad. It is worth it to me that I get the effect of waxing without having to pay for waxing on a regular basis. I'm not sure how these new-gen devices differ from the old Epilady, but this device has never left me bleeding!! I will warn that the discomfort may depend on your threshold for pain. I recommended this to my sister-in-law and she thought it was like torture. I also don't think it would be recommended for more sensitive no-no zones!

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I'll say that someone in this household tried it, and then returned it.

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you're all so negative! mine is definitely a yes yes!

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@theimagemakers: That picture scares me :( . So have you used this product, the best body shaver? The website seems a little scammy. If so what have been you results and opinion?

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@goatcrapp: What has been your experience with this?

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@icemanforlife: none - it was a sarcastic reply in jest, toward dmaz.

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@icemanforlife: I'm told it wasn't working. If it does work, I'm sure it doesn't work for everything. But, I believe there were no issues with returning it or getting the refund. So, that's a plus :-)

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@icemanforlife:
No No
http://www.ripoffreport.com/misc-health-specialists/no-no-hair-removal-s/no-no-hair-removal-system-by-r-fb155.htm
http://www.amazon.com/No-Hair-Removal-Unit-Pink/product-reviews/B002LBK5QU

Waxing a no no too.
http://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/bikini-waxing-dangers
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29773433/ns/health-skin_and_beauty/t/brazilian-wax-injuries-lead-state-weigh-ban/

The FDA prohibits laser hair removal being described as permanent.
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,323225,00.html

A safe, inexpensive answer to any body hair removal, is to use the Bare It All personal shaver at www.BestBodyShaver.com with a special foil to cut hair be without the blades touching & injuring the skin & get "smooth as waxing" skin with no itching, lumps, bumps & ingrown hairs caused by blade shaving. At less than $50 you get 500 hours of rechargeable shaving at 3 cents per shave.

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@icemanforlife: Look for it on eBay and you can see the reviews from actual users.