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Wednesday, September 26, 2012
No No Hair Removal? Don't Waste Your Money
at 12:37 PM
When I saw the product in a store I was intrigued. Even tempted to buy it so I could remove some hair on the back of my neck and several other spots. Nothing major.
Just looking at the box I was thinking it would be $30 to $50... but when the lady in the store came over she informed me it was a whopping $300 for the little box.
And I'm like, okay, maybe some more research is in order before investing in such a product.
So one of the things I did was check out reviews on Amazon.com.
The product had a handful of 5 star, 4 star, 3 star and 2 star reviews... but it was the whopping 212 1 star reviews and the utter disgust of people who had tried No No Hair Removal and been vastly disappointed.
Really all it is is a shaving kit. Its not permanent at all. And replacement bits are $20 each and an extra $10 for shipping. So the product not only doesn't work, its a complete rip off because its designed to get you to keep trying it unsuccessfully and coming back for more replacement bits.
I then checked YouTube for additional reviews, same thing. $300 complete waste of time and money.
So now I feel honour-bound to warn people about this shoddy and misleading product.
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