An actor recently asked me what I thought about the no!no! hair removal system. As a person a. without television b. who generally only buys beauty supplies for license only retailers, I had no idea what the no!no! was.
So, from the vast regions of the internet (aka 10 minutes on Google) this is what I’ve learned.
Unlike methods of epilation–pulling the hair from the root, or laser and electrolysis, the no!no! uses a different method of heat technology to burn the hair. You’ll no it’s working when you can smell the putrid scent of burning hair. This seems slightly problematic when you’re trying to remove your lady mustache.
Like any hair removal system, the no!no! requires a long term time commitment.
Hair growth occurs in three stages—anagen, catagen, and telogen–growing, resting, and shedding, at not all of our hair is in the same phase at the same time. Otherwise we’d have some serious balding moments. Because hair is all at a different stage in it’s growth, it takes a long time to remove it all.
The major plus of the no!no! is it’s pain free claim. Personally, I’m a huge fan of epilation–I find ripping hair from it’s root very therapeutic, but it does hurt. If there is an alternative with similar results and zero irritation, then maybe it’s the right answer.
I don’t (k)no!(w)
Have you tried the heated hair removal system? What are your thoughts?