Amazon.com reviews of the no!no! hair removal system are primarily negative as of 2015. One reviewer called the product "junk" and explained that it did not consistently remove hair and when it did take away hair, it pro... More »

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According to consumer reviews, the no!no! hair removal system does not work as well as advertised for most who have purchased the product. However, the product is not intentionally fraudulent and therefore is not a scam. More »

www.reference.com Beauty & Fashion Hair Removal

A Gillette Venus Razor is one hair removal device that consistently gets good reviews from customers and Good Housekeeping magazine. The Venus razors have five blades, moisture strips and an adjusting head for a smooth, ... More »

www.reference.com Beauty & Fashion Hair Removal

A Gillette Venus Razor is one hair removal device that consistently gets good reviews from customers and Good Housekeeping magazine. The Venus razors have five blades, moisture strips and an adjusting head for a smooth, ... More »

www.reference.com Beauty & Fashion Hair Removal

The no!no! hair remover is an electrical device that uses a thermodynamic wire to crystallize and remove hair from various parts of the body. It is supposed to decrease hair growth with extended use over time. More »

www.reference.com Beauty & Fashion Hair Removal

As of April 2015, the no!no! hair-removal system costs between $225 and $269.85 when ordered online, depending on which design is chosen. The hair-removal device comes in Classic, Plus, Pro, LITE, Hair and Micro designs. More »

www.reference.com Beauty & Fashion Hair Removal

According to consumer reviews, the no!no! hair removal system does not work as well as advertised for most who have purchased the product. However, the product is not intentionally fraudulent and therefore is not a scam. More »

www.reference.com Beauty & Fashion Hair Removal