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No!No! Hair removal by heat device
Has anyone tried the No!No! by nono? Its a hair removal device that uses heat to remove hair. Its supposedly pretty gentle and can be used anywhere. If anyone has any feedback, I would love to know.

No!No! at Sephora

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Looks like a cross between an epilator and electrolysis to me. This isn't the first time I've seen these heated hair removers. I've never heard anything spectacular about them.

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i just read about this in W and was going to start a thread if we didn't already have one..

my understanding is that you run the thing over the area..
you wouldn't be treating individual hairs like in electrolysis, correct?

i would also love to hear some feedback if anyone has tried it...

could be great for areas where you frequently get razorburn etc..

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Does anyone use a no!no!
Has anyone tried this? I'm wondering if it works as well as it claims to and is worth the $250 price

no!no!, Sephora's exclusive next generation hair removal system, is changing the shaving routines of women around the world. Portable and sleek, it utilizes revolutionary Thermicon technology, a gentle heat wave that destroys hair without pain or irritation, to safely reduce hair re-growth up to 64%. It gives professional removal treatments, like lasers and electrolysis, a run for their money.


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I'd like to know too. I heard about it in a magazine but it's not sold in France yet.

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the steel teeth there look scary
kind of reminds me of the epilator

sounds interesting though

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^ that`s funny because isn`t sephora`s main corporations in france? i would assume france would be the first to have them

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I'd like to know about this, too!

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I'm interested, but I am not going to be spending that much money on something until I am fairly certain that '64% hair regrowth reduction' is more or less a guarantee!

I've tried a similar product before that used the same method to destroy hairs (only one by one) and it did not work, which is why I wouldn't buy it until I've heard a large number of positive reviews.


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I found one good and one bad review (considering the dangerous aspects she mentioned):

http://distressedderma.com/sephora-nono-review/

http://www.essentialdayspa.com/forum....php?tid=25211 (Scroll down a bit to Schang's post.)

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I need to know more about this. But I really want to buy one though.

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^ that`s funny because isn`t sephora`s main corporations in france? i would assume france would be the first to have them
Maybe the Sephora corp wants to test it first in the US ?
Anyway,thanks for the reviews, it helped understand a little more how it worked.

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Thank you for the links to the reviews...It certainly is an interesting product.

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thanks for posting those reviews eurasian..

i'm intrigued but like the rest of you i'd like to hear more reviews before taking the plunge..

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Ah someone did start a thread about this, before mine. I did a search and came up with nothing, before I started the thread yesterday. Oh well. Just really curious to hear directly from people here using it. Hopefully we'll get someone.

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