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No No Pro Reviews

No No Pro Reviews 2.94/5 (58.75%) 16 votes

No No Pro is a product advertised to provide laser hair removal for a much lower cost than that of a professional skin care center.

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About
No No Pro (usually written “no!no!”) is a new offering in the no!no! line of hair removal products. The original No No hair removal product has been around for years. Two models are now available, the Pro3 and the Pro5. The Pro3 has three treatment levels, while the Pro5 has 5 treatment levels.

Official Website

  • nonopro.com
  • Registered on February 7, 2013

Contact

  • Phone: (888) 525-7580
  • Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm (PST)
  • Email: [email protected]

Claims/Features

  • Two models: Pro 3 and Pro 5
  • “Go weeks without shaving”
  • “More effective than before”
  • Removes hair by running over the skin
  • Available in three colors: Pink, Turquoise, and Chrome
  • Blue or red light indicates correct usage of product
  • Thermodynamic wire transmits heat to the hair
  • 60 day guarantee

Cost

  • No No Pro 3 costs three payments of $96.65 plus $14.95 shipping = $304.90
  • No No Pro 5 costs three payments of $103.31 plus $14.95 shipping = $324.90

Screen Shot

  • Below is a screen shot of the official website, taken in October 2013.

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Television Commercial

  • Below is a television commercial for No No Pro:

no!no Pro Reviews

  • Have you tried no!no! Pro? Please give us your review in the comments below.
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Freakin' Reviews

  • Sarah

    I must be a sucker. I tried the first no no a few years ago, and then gave them a second chance with no no PRO. Neither one did anything. At all! May try one of the other hair removal products you’ve reviewed here. Any suggestions?

  • Bonnie

    Worked well on the finer hair on my face and neck. However, it burned my upper lip. May be because I’m a little older and have wrinkles but was dismayed with the results on the lip. Noticed little removal on my legs. Overall, very unimpressed with the product.

  • http://www.ask.com/answers/490472701/does-the-nono-hair-removal-system-work?qsrc=14106 no no

    I have the NoNo but still find myself using other hair removal methods too. I wouldn’t recommend it. Depilatories are good for arms and legs. Threading is best for the facial area.

  • Stacy Heiler

    I purchased the NoNo Hair Pro 5. It takes a long time to use and still does not remove all the hair, requiring me to shave after. It is very ineffective and a complete waste of money. DO NOT BUY!

  • moe

    I have thin, blonde hair, owned No No Pro for 2 years, used as directed – still using & waiting for NO hair. 2 years later! The buffer pad that you’re told to use with this product gives the false illusion this gizmo works & It doesn’t. A piece of crap for $300+ How can magazines give No No good reviews?

  • Kim

    I bought into the marketing on TV. The marketing is
    effective, “Not a laser! Not a razor! It’s No!No!” The TV commercial
    makes it look and sound like such an easy solution to long-term hair removal
    that will make your life easier. NOT THE CASE! FAR FROM IT! It’s similar to a
    laser in the sense that it’s very tedious … you have to SLOWLY run it across
    every last hair and then buff that area to completely remove the hair.
    Sometimes, you have to do it two or three times in one area to achieve the
    smooth result. It’s similar to a razor in the sense that the hair removal only
    lasts a day or two and then it grows back because the No!No! beam is only
    “burning off” the very top portion of the hair, just above the skin.
    The only plus to it ahead of using a razor is that there aren’t any nicks in
    your skin at the end. Is it worth the amount of money they charge for it?
    NO!!!!!!! I got the “full meal
    deal” No!No! Pro that came with a power supply, three wide Thermicon tips,
    three narrow Thermicon tips, three buffer pads, a no!no! cleaning brush, some
    lotion, and both a user manual and disc with instructions on how to use it. I
    really gave this thing a fair trial. I tried it over and over again, several
    times, over the course of about two and a half months just in case I was doing
    it wrong the first time … so I could make sure I was getting it right. I also
    wanted to see if there would be less hair growth, over time, if I used it again
    and again. I tried all the buffers, all the Thermicon Tips. I really gave this
    thing a fair try. It’s very disappointing. Honestly, I’ve gotten better results
    using a manual razor with shaving cream, an old-fashioned thirty-year-old
    electric razor, or Nair/Veet hair removal lotion. To me, if you’re going to
    charge hundreds of dollars for something, it had better save someone either a
    lot of time or a lot of money. This does neither. It takes forever and the hair
    grows back right away. Don’t waste your money, people. Put it toward laser hair
    removal instead.