If you’re anything like me, shaving and waxing is one of your least favorite things to do.
But I can’t walk around with a beard.
I’ve seen infomercial after infomercial on the no!no!.Hair .
The claim is that it is a painless way to get rid of unwanted hair and you can go weeks without shaving.
So what’s the catch? It’ll cost you nearly $300, $284.80 to be exact.
Of course with it having such a high price tag, many people are skeptical of trying it.
I’ve received emails from several people asking me to try it before they spent their cash so of course I couldn’t let you down.
Judi from Peoria is one of the people who emailed me.
She says if it works it would make her life a whole lot easier because since she is on blood thinners, cutting herself can be a bit traumatic.
Needless to say, Judi is anxious to get the process started.
So after a week without shaving, Judi came prepared to try the no!no!.
Right away Judi was discouraged because when she read all of the instructions, she saw that she had to use the no! no! at least two to three times per week for the first 4-6 weeks.
From the infomercials, Judi expected instant results, but the instructions say it is a process getting started.
So Judi started using the no!no!.and right away we could smell the burning hair. No worries, the instructions say that’s how you know it’s working, so I guess that’s a good sign.
We lit a candle and continued using the no!no!.
But after nearly three weeks the disappointing emails started pouring in from Judi:
“No noticeable changes…”
“Always a stubble feeling and some hairs that just won't shorten…”
“An old fashioned razor shave feels so much nicer…”
Poor Judi, but after four weeks Judi says she was going to stay optimistic and stick with it.
One week later, Judi says she was done.
She says, “the hair on my legs never was gone, there was always stubble, my legs never felt smooth.”
Still Judi tried to stay positive
“It's not messy, it's very easy to use and there's no pain, you don't feel it at all… it just doesn't work, says Judi.
Good thing there is a 60 day money back guarantee. But be careful where you buy it because the guarantee only applies if you buy it directly from the company’s website.
In the end, Judi gave the no!no! a thumbs down and says she is glad that she didn’t spend her own cash trying it out.
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