Developed over 25 years ago to help plastic surgeons remove hair from patients before surgery, Nufree is a plant-based hair removal system that's safe for use on the entire body. It never sticks to skin, and it doesn't dry, so it can be erased at any time.
Award-Winning Innovative Hair Removal
Thousands of spa decision-makers chose Nufree as their favorite hair removal line, and we suspect their clients feel the same way. A less painful and more hygienic treatment, Nufree delivers smooth skin without the discomfort of wax.
Created 25 years ago to meet hospital sanitation standards, Nufree was developed for hair removal prior to surgical procedures. Today, in addition to being used by medical professionals, Nufree services are offered by spas and salons all around the world.
This patented formula is made in Unionville, New York at an FDA registered facility that meets stringent Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) standards.
Why You'll Love It!
Sticks to hair, not skin
Doesn't dry–can erase errors any time
Developed for pre-op use
Made in the USA
FDA-registered, CGMP facility
Get Started with a Servicenter or Order Refills
Start with a Servicenter, which includes a Nufree heater that's specially designed to heat Nufree Nudesse. Once you register your Servicenter, your business will be added to the salon finder on Nufree's website to send clients your way! Or, if you already have a Servicenter, choose your refill kit to continue providing Nufree services.
Select Your Servicenter
Servicenters contain everything you need to begin wax-free hair removal. Simply choose the one that meets your needs.
Refill Your Servicenter
Keep refills for your Servicenter on hand so you don't run out.
This non-comedogenic antiseptic lotion kills germs while cooling and protecting skin from ingrown hairs & irritation.
Brand Certification Training
In this free online training, you and your staff will learn:
- About Nufree Nudesse products and supplies
- Proper preparation
- Application and removal
- After care and home care
- Best practices