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With so many products on the market promising painless and permanent hair removal, it’s no wonder that people are skeptical about the effectiveness of most of those products. This is especially true for products and methods advertised online as “new and revolutionary”. Even scams are possible, which is especially heinous since many people have excessive hair issues. But well, scams are heinous no matter what they’re about. In any case, one of the products that is advertised as “new and revolutionary” is the No No Hair removal device. Is it a scam too? Well, it certainly promises things that may seem unbelievable at first. Basically, it promises painless, easy and permanent hair removal. Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Surprisingly and unfortunately for resident skeptics such as myself, it does work. Quite frankly, I was really surprised when it actually delivered on its promises. The device uses a thermodynamic process to directly affect hair follicles and thus prevent the growth of hair. The effect is not instantaneous, which made me doubt it at the beginning. However, the affected hair will simply start falling off after a day or two. The basic treatment needs to be repeated every few months, since new hair follicles are created eventually. But it really does work.

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