UK Says no!no! To Hair-Removal Device Long-Term Benefit Claims
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The UK's independent ad regulator suggests the popular no!no! PRO device's clinically demonstrated efficacy may be limited to hair removal at the time of treatment rather than longer-term benefits, making its utility roughly on par with shaving and other traditional methods.
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