No No Hair Removal Reviews: Viewpoints Consumers Say Don’t BuyPosted: September 24, 2012
The No No Hair removal system promises great results, but reviewers on Viewpoints are unhappy with what they discovered.
The No No Hair removal system promises “no hair, no pain,” but most reviewers on Viewpoints (www.viewpoints.com) state the product isn’t worth the price ($250). The No No is rated 52/100 based on Viewpoints consumer reviews, compared to the average Viewpoints razor category score of 82/100.
The No No Hair promises
According to the No No Hair website, the razorless device is “guaranteed to be effective” for “all hair, all skin types.” It can be used “all over the body” in “just a few minutes.”
How the No No Hair works
The No No Hair device burns unwanted hair through “innovative technology known as Thermicon” which will remove hair “once and for all” by “eliminating the follicle itself…without the risk and the pain associated with lasers.”
The No No Hair performance
“You have to move it at a certain speed at a certain angle or else it doesn’t work. I kept thinking I was doing it wrong and rewatched the DVD it didn’t help much.” — jbh099s
“To be honest save your money and time and just shave your legs, the $250 that you put out for the razor plus the $25 you will spend on replacement razors just isn’t worth it. —cmscheidegger
Research on Viewpoints before you buy
“Online consumer reviews are invaluable in cases like this, where real people use the product in real life application and share their experience to help others,” says Viewpoints General Manager Denise Chudy.