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#95102 - 01/14/12 01:56 PM no! no!
Govno Offline
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Has anyone tried the no!no! out yet?
I don't see any postings on it here.

There seem to be a lot of good reviews on it if you google it and not just from their own website.

I see it cost about $270 total and I looked up the cost of the replacement heads and they are like $50 for 3 of them.

Please let me know if anyone has tried it out yet.

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#95104 - 01/14/12 02:31 PM Re: no! no! [Re: Govno]
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Save Your Money!

We have talked about this junk ad nauseum on this site, but since they chose the name No!No! so that you could NOT search on it in a search engine and find all the bad reviews, you can't find the numerous places we say it is junk.
Funny you should ask right now, though, as what I was just making a sticky on this very product so that people will just find it at the top of the subjects if they bother to look.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=fvwp&v=fIu4-x32SiM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVQHq0Eff_g&list=UUR1vN7AdEU8bItaDr-F28Hg&index=4&feature
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#95107 - 01/14/12 07:01 PM Re: no! no! [Re: James W. Walker VII]
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So are you saying it used to be called something else?
I would like to see what has been discussed about it...
What is bad about it exactly?

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#95112 - 01/15/12 02:38 AM Re: no! no! [Re: Govno]
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They play with the name so that although you think it is the same it is different. It has been presented as:
No No
No-No
NONO
No!No!
No.No.
no no
no*no*
and on and on. None of which would be searchable on the average search engine, and this is why you can't find where we have discussed this previously, even though we answer this question every week.

What is bad about it is just overselling, and under delivering. It is a temporary method that seeks to get you to spend $250 to $300 on a cheaply made electro-box because you are hoping for permanent hair removal, when all you will get is a realignment of your growth cycle, and if you are lucky, some thinning of the hairs.

If that is what you want, then great. If permanent hair removal and a point where you no longer need to use this, or any other hair removal method is your goal, just spend that money on something that will actually provide the results you seek.

The amount of heat that is being delivered to the growth cells by this unit is not going to provide permanent hair removal on a level equal to electrolysis, which when done well, and on schedule can be finished in 9 to 24 months, depending on the area, and treatment parameters.
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#101062 - 09/09/12 02:47 PM Re: no! no! [Re: James W. Walker VII]
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Amazon Reviews of:
No-No
NONO
No!No!
No.No.
no no
no*no*

http://www.amazon.com/No-Hair-Removal-Unit-Pink/product-reviews/B002LBK5QU
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#101118 - 09/12/12 04:31 PM Re: no! no! [Re: dfahey]
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Originally Posted By: Andrea

Radiancy No! No! LHE Devices NOT Recommended by HairTell

Some of the ads that get served on this site are for No! No! from Radiancy.

While their rotary epilators are acceptable for temporary hair removal, some of their products make claims which have not been replicated in large-scale clinical trials. This is true of all devices with a light-based component, which they call LHE or light-heat-energy.

They often make claims that this sort of device "slows down" hair growth. I have not seen sufficient evidence to support these claims in large-scale double-blind clinical studies.

Home use light-based hair removal must be of lower intensity than professional devices to minimize risks to skin. Many devices have been cleared for home use in the last few years by the FDA. For some consumers, these are acceptable options for the results they want. For those seeking permanent hair removal, home use devices of these sorts will not meet the needs of consumers seeking permanent hair removal, especially on androgen-driven hair.
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