Is the no! no! SKIN the Acne Treatment You've Been Looking For?

Does the no! no! SKIN acne treatment really work? Find out

Acne treatments come and go. Some are good, some not so good. One of the latest acne treatment products is the no! no! SKIN system. Like all treatments, this one has its good points and its bad points.

no! no! SKIN

The no! no! SKIN Acne Treatment System is new and is making some waves. This handy little gadget is small enough to fit into your pocket or purse but comes backed by the FDA.

Made especially to treat mild to moderate acne, the makers of no! no! SKIN claim it heals pimples 55% faster than without the treatment.

The no! no! SKIN devise works by using light and heat energy technology. This is the same technology dermatologist use. To use the devise, you simply place the lighted tip against a pimple, push the button and let the light pulse for ten seconds.

As with all treatments for acne, there are some Pros and Cons.


Quick -- Takes only 10 seconds on each blemish.

Effective -- Zaps zits that are just beginning to emerge.

Painless -- The no! no! SKIN causes no pain and has no side effects.

Easy -- Point, push, and pulse.


Not effective on all acne -- The no! no! can't be used on all acne. Acne sufferers with severe cases or with comedonal acne (white heads and blackheads) won't get the results they are looking for.

Spots -- The treatment leaves red spots from the heat but the spots fade back to normal after a couple of hours.

Price -- This acne treatment product is quite pricey at $180.

Real User Reviews

All acne treatments give different results for different acne sufferers. The same goes for the no! no! SKIN device. Some users say they've used it for months and are happy with the results. Others have mixed feelings saying they've seen some improvement but not what they expected considering the price.

So, does the no! no! SKIN work? That, of course, depends on you. You won't know if this product will work for you until you try it. Because of the high price, before you buy the device, see what type of guarantee you get. Buy it only if you feel you can get your money back in the event it doesn't work for you.

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