No! No! Pro
Beauty,  Health

Review: No! No! Pro

Have you seen the commercials for the No! No! Pro? It’s an at-home hair removal system that uses Advanced Thermicon Technology to remove hair as well as treats it for smooth results. It’s one of those hair removal systems that claims to make the hair grow back slower so over time you’ll have to use it less and less.

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The size of the No! No! Pro is great, it’s just a small handheld device. There are 2 brush sizes and the directions are really clear on how to use it and which brush to use for which parts of the body. You roll the device towards you and it takes some trial and error to figure out the right amount of pressure to use. It doesn’t hurt, but the little zaps as you roll it do give a little pinch. You can see a blue light when it zaps and after a while you do smell burnt hair, which is normal according to the booklet. After using it, you buff the area to remove the excess hair.

So to be completely honest, the No! No! Pro is great (for me) on small areas and I think it could be great for larger areas like your legs and underarms, but it would take a lot of patience and time. I tried it on my legs and underarms and it took a long time to see any results simply because it’s a small device and it’s not a quick fix for large areas. But, I have used it on my knuckles, where I have more hair then I’d care to admit (!) and it has been amazing! I can use it quickly and it’s less messy than hair removal creams that I’ve used in the past.

So if you’re like me, then the No! No! Pro would be great for at-home use. And with Mother’s Day coming up, it could be a great out-of-the-box gift for your mom if you want to do an at-home self-care/spa type gift!

*This product was sent to me complimentary, but all opinions are my own.*

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    • lifeaccordingtojamie

      Thanks for reading! I’ve seen a few informercials for it and I’m glad I’ve been able to try it out myself!

  • TheMakeupCase17

    I saw Bunny (Grav3yardgirl) do a “Does Thing Thing Really Work?” video on this and it BURNED her. You could see smoke when she was using it. It like burned her hair or or burned her skin or something. Regardless it did not look pleasant. I don’t trust those kind of devices because they very rarely work. The commercials make it look so easy but the models in the ads steady don’t have any hair on their legs.

    • lifeaccordingtojamie

      Omg that’s so scary! Luckily I haven’t burned myself the smell of burnt hair definitely happens

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