No!No! hair removal – claims not proven

Posted 12 January 2016

We have previously posted an article on Mervyn Daitz notorious for his RAYMA Balance Bracelet and BodyTrim products, and the No!No! hair removal device that Consumer Reports found not to be effective.

As IOL pointed out way back in 2012, “Professor David Whitehead, called for the harshest possible sanctions, saying that the company had shown “complete disregard” for the ASA’s initial ruling as well as a lack of remorse”. “The Rayma bracelets cost between R719 and R1 139, including packaging and posting.” “. . .of course, that decorative bracelets can be bought for far less”. 

Well that did not dent Mervyn from continuing to make unsubstantiated claims for No!No! on their website,  including the claims “. . . is a doctor recommended device that is based on years of research and development” and “Guaranteed Results”.

Complaints were recently laid with the UK ASA for … Read the rest

no!no! – No!

Posted 25 February 2014

NoNoOn 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? tested this product and found it worthless! states:

“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 Read the rest