Posted 25 February 2014
|On the no!no! website, this product is advertised as effective for removing unwanted hair. The claim is: “With no!no! there’s no pulling, tearing or scraping, just a slow, smooth glide that gently and easily removes hair“.Well how effective is this product?Consumerreports.org tested this product and found it worthless!|
“Six female staffers who normally shave their legs at least three times a week let hair grow for a week. We took pictures (no, you won’t find them on Instagram), then asked panelists to shave one leg as usual and use No No and its buffer on the other leg at least three times a week for six weeks. We compared before and after photos.
What we found: Panelists used words such as “prickly” and “hairy” to describe how their legs felt after No No. All six said the treated leg was never hair- or stubble-free during the six weeks of testing. Something else that panelists noticed: the smell of burned hair. The final straw? Using No No took far longer than shaving—up to 25 minutes per leg. None of the panelists said they’d want to buy the device, though some described it as ‘cute.'”
Are we surprised?
No, not at all. The distributor/seller of this product is MERVYN DAITZ, notorious for his selling of the RAYMA Balance Bracelet and BodyTrim scams. Mervyn Daitz ignores ASA rulings and continues to hoodwink consumers into purchasing a bracelet which claims to “relieve the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis, trigeminal neuralgia, high blood pressure, poor circulation, rheumatism, headaches, migraines, gout, fibrositis, shoulder stiffness and backache” – but physiologically highly unlikely – and no proof that it does.