ANYONE KNOW WHAT THE LATEST IS ON THE LAWSUITS? JEST WONDERIN’
I’m so glad I never said Yes to No NO. After many years of using electric shavers that never did the job, I went back to my old standby–the cheap, yet always reliable plastic razor.
Well, I don’t know anything about any lawsuits. I’d just like to say that I LOVE my NoNo! I use it for the fine hair on my face and arms. I have been using it for over three months now and have seen a good deal of reduction of hair growth on my upper lip. My arm hairs grow back at a slower rate, as well. I do use an epilator along with the NoNo!, as sometimes you don’t get every hair on your chin with the NoN!. The NoNo! works very well on my cheeks and sideburn area… better than an epilator. There’s definitely a pretty good learning curve. You have to master the angle and stroke of the NoNo!, but after that it’s easy to use. It’s obviously not for everyone, but I’m happy with it.
When I first saw the NoNo! aired, she did say that it was for permanent hair-removal…then it changed to long-term hair-removal…IT IS NEITHER!
It is nothing more than a filament that burns the hair. You’d get better, quicker results taking a Bic lighter across your skin.
Fortunately for me, HSN was sold out when I finally decided to buy mine and I found one at Sephora on clearance for $99.
Shaving, epilating, waxing, etc…any other type of hair-removal is better than the NoNO.
But, if you are truly interested in long-term/permanent hair-removal, then I can recommend the Tria from my own personal experience. It is expensive, but it does work so you’re not just throwing your money away on the equivalant of a lighter.
*the Tria only works on dark hair and light to medium skin-tones, though.
Another class action was filed July 16, 2015. According to the American Bar Association, "Putative nationwide class action filed against Radiancy, Inc. related to its advertising for its “no!no!” hair removal device. Plaintiffs allege violations of various states’ consumer protection laws. In particular, Plaintiffs claim that Defendant falsely and deceptively advertised that its product was superior to shaving, that clinical results showed that the product was capable of long-term hair removal by suppressing hair growth, and that the product was similar to laser hair removal or other professional treatments. Plaintiffs also allege that Defendant engaged in an organized practice to post fake consumer endorsements of the product."
Sure….Right…..Yep….Got it Betsy….
I had no idea what you were talking about Larry. LOL I did the LB on my tablet and when I type L both Larry and Lizzie automatically come up!
Am I on your mind Betsy????? :manlol:
Congrats Lizzie #1….Great score Ginger….Congrats to everyone for some terrific scores…Ty for the leaderboard Betsy!!!!!
That’s not right…lololol
Congrats Lizzie #1. Congrats, Betsy, Mary, Larry, and FEG for ATHs. Good scores all. Thanks Betsy for the LB.
I TOO HAVE EPILATORS & IT’S THE ONLY WAY TO GO. GOT MY 1ST ONE FOR ABOUT $29 ON Q WHICH IS BATTERY OPERATED. GOT A 2ND ONE WHICH IS PLUG-IN (I THINK FROM HSN) FOR ABOUT $39. I HAD BEEN USING SUGARING PASTE FOR YEARS FROM HSN & CANADA & THEN STORE-BOUGHT HOT WAX (NOT AS HORRIBLE AS IT SOUNDS). THE EPILATORS LOOK LIKE ELECTRIC RAZORS BUT REMOVE HAIR FROM ROOTS. (NOT PAINFUL AT ALL AFTER 1ST USE.) AFTER USING THESE FOR YRS., I HAVE VERY LITTLE GROW-BACK AND WHAT THERE IS IS FINER AND LIGHTER. THERE’S NO BUFFING NEEDED OR ANY OTHER WORK NEEDED – FAST & EASY! AND A WHOLE LOT CHEAPER. CHECK WITH HSN TO SEE IF THEY STILL CARRY THESE. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND.
After hearing all the bad things about No No..I purchased an Emjoi epilator
on the Shawn and Isaac Channel..I mean "Q"..for like $69..It takes a little getting used to..It does sting a little,like tweezing..I can say..I do love it though..hair is gone for weeks after a few uses..:catvery-happy:
I use it mostly for facial hair(aka: Italian hormones gone wild!)..It’s not like a shaving..and the hair doesn’t grown in thicker or darker..I notice for me anyway..the hair seem to be finer..:catvery-happy:
I’m always tempted to purchase that thing. But I change my mind after I read the reviews. Sometimes, I feel as if they don’t know what to say or how to sell it to get it off the shelves.
From what I could find, the consumer class action lawsuit was dismissed in March.
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08.04.15 3:33 AM