Tria Beauty Hair Removal Laser 4X for Women and Men - At Home Device for Permanent Results on Face and Body - FDA cleared
- Delivers permanent results for your whole body at a fraction of the cost for professional treatments
- Dermatologist-Recommended Technology
- Features 5 comfort settings and a pulse counter
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By the time I hit forty, dealing with hair removal was a daily or twice daily routine and I never let anyone- including my husband- touch my chin. Over the years I had tried electrolysis, and gotten a few Groupons for laser but couldn't justify the expense to keep going back for months. Words cannot describe how self conscious I was about it :( I had tweezers everywhere. I got tested to see if I had a hormone imbalance or anything else that might be causing all the hair growth. Nope- just genetic. The doctor offered $100/month prescription cream to keep it from growing, but cautioned that if I stopped using it everything would come right back. I don't like weird chemicals so I turned it down.
Last spring I was working out, and in the natural daylight coming in the windows I noticed that it looked like I had dark smudges on the side of my face. The growth on my face had gotten so dense and coarse that I had a permanent five o'clock shadow. I was horrified. After researching the best at home lasers I was down to the Tria and the one that is for lighter hair. The hair on my head is light brown, or dark blond, but the hair on my body is mostly dark with a few blondes and reds mixed in. I wasn't sure if it was too light for the Tria.
I ended up going for this one and it has totally worked for me! The dark smudges are gone and I don't even think about my facial hair anymore. My husband touches my chin now and it's fine with me! I've started using it on my underarms and other places as well, and have seen great results in each place.
As other reviewers have mentioned- it hurts. Especially where the hair is coarse. But I have seen the best results on a level five, so I bring my ice pack and tough it out. Hey, it hurts when you have it done professionally, too! And electrolysis was way more painful for me.
If your story is anything like mine- go for it. It's an expenditure for sure, but it could change your life, too!
I have been using this on level 5 (highest level) since the start but yes, depending where it hurts! The rubber band comparison you read about is pretty accurate but some areas are tough! Your hair does literally shed after some use. I would pluck and tweeze almost daily. I have been using for about a month and a half and use the TRIA once a week. I have noticed significant reduction in hair growth and also in length of time I would need to shave or normally pluck in between.
If I had to name some CONS, the pain and battery life. Like I mentioned, some areas are no problem but some others are quite painful. You get used to it but it also improves as your hairs weaken/over time (still worth it!!!). I would agree with others that you get about 30 minutes or so of use. Battery takes a couple of hours or so to fully charge. It would be nice if the head of the product was larger also but again I still love it! I wouldn’t recommend for larger areas like your legs.
If you were like me, give it a try. Worth the money for me with the time and confidence this gives me :)
On the highest setting I feel something only once and a while, which I expected that it should feel like painful zapping at that setting. I have ideal conditions for laser hair removal: very light skin and dark hair. Not sure if that will affect how strongly you feel the laser. The one positive is that after three treatments on my lower legs, I do see some bald patches (hair appears not to be growing back in some spots).
I can hear a loose piece inside the device that is rattling around, which can't be good! I have tried to return it and apparently the return window is only 30 days from the date of delivery. For a product that takes months to determine whether it actually works, I'm not sure how the return policy matches the item itself.
I had ordered safety glasses at the same time since the product doesn't come with any. The laser arrived in a day or two; the glasses arrived 6 weeks later. I was waiting for the glasses in order to use the laser safely. I had already missed the return window before I had a chance to safely tried it out! Sucky.
I've been using it on my whole body (no face though) and have been using my armpits as a test and control. I've been zapping my left armpit and only shaving the right armpit. I have huge hairy pits. After 4 sessions about 2 weeks apart, my left armpit has gone from a very dense 4x6 inch area down to an area a little bigger than a 25c quarter with zero hair outside the quarter, and about 30% of the regular density inside the quarter. My other arm pit has not changed at all and grows 2-3 times as fast.
Beware of accidently zapping a dark mole or dark tatoo. Forgetting that will wake the dead when you accidently zap one. You will quickly realize how much power is really in the Tria.
The only big cons are limited battery capacity and small target area. I get about 680-700 zaps in 40 minutes at max strength per charge and it takes about 2 hours to charge. The laser output window is smaller than a 10c US dime. That makes doing large areas like legs very tedious and you can loose track of the exact areas you've already gone over.
TIP: as someone before pointed out, the instructions say to shave really close before using the Tria. I've found that if I leave a tiny bit of hair, like 1-2 mm, then it REALLY does a great job. It stings a little bit more, but I've found that it has been permanently killing about 20% of the hair follicles in one or two sessions with zero skin damage.
TIP2: Wiping your skin with Witch Hazel can instantly eliminate the redness or angry follicles, and if you are like me it will also stop 90% of my razor bumps from having to shave before using the Tria.
What attracted me to this device is the fact that it’s fda approved & is much cheaper then going to a laser tech to have done (super expensive.)
So far, I’ve tried all the levels. On my legs, I can tolerate a level 5 - sore spots tend to be the lower calf, shin & behind the knees. The underarms, level 4 was even a challenge. Bikini area - a 1 - If I was lucky. So test it out @ level 1 and see what’s comfortable for your pain tolerance. It seems to depend on the thickness of hair being zapped.
What does it feel like? The thighs - I felt very little - on the sore spots - like a HOT needle piercing the skin. Apparently the pain gets less with time. You can feel it working.
So far, I’m very happy with it... I’ll update as time goes on
It’s a sturdy, easy to use device.
The first thing I noticed is the exact same feeling when I used Tria as the professional ones the only difference was the gental max pro because it shot 2 lasers at u and then also froze the area... When you got hit by any 3 of these pro lasers your skin went red and ur face felt like it radiated heat... Also was a small to mild pinch pain or pin prick.....
Well the same thing happens with Tria The skin goes red. It feels pretty hot on the skin.... and Well the pains much worse at setting 5...
So I have done my first session and will get back to you on success maybe in a month time. But ya not too bad and only 600 dollars compared to $300+ a session for professional machines
Product works great you do have to do it weekly to see results. Also really works well when you have light skin and dark hair.
1. It hurts. This isn't for someone who freaks out at a slight sting. IT HURTS.
2. It takes time. Its not instantaneous!
3. It works. (Comparison pictures included!)
So I'm not a impulse buyer. I stared at this thing for like 6 months going back and forth on whether to give it a chance. Finally I broke down.
I ONLY have been using this laser on my underarms and bikini (soon to be Brazilian yeah I know it says not to do it but its working so woo!) So this is not a review for legs. I constantly have ingrown hairs and am uncomfortable in these two regions thanks to my hair but cant really afford professional laser. Waxing is expensive because my hair grows back within a week or less, and shaving every night works, but makes it look ugly and I can already see hair again in 12 hours or less. I'm going to the Bahamas soon and I wanna look damn good in my bikinis.
So I bought the Tria, followed instructions, started zapping the same night I got it. I am a believer of actual results so I only did it on ONE armpit, and one side of my bikini line. I wanted to see actual differences because I was not about to waste 400 bucks on some laser that didn't do crap in a months time. Thankfully it has passed its trial! *party time*
So to use it I apply Numb Master Cream 30 minutes before and then get a bag of ice to use while zapping. Battery life is wonderful for me doesn't run out ever. I use it on the 5 setting. I want those hairs GONE. IT HURTS LADIES. This is not for the weak willed. I feel like I'm getting a pinch from tweezers every time it zaps or worse. The numbing cream and ice helps. If it doesn't hurt that means you haven't hit a hair and you just wasted a zap!
I've used it probably.. 4 or 5 times now in the three week period I've had it. I didn't really notice a change until one night I went to go shave my underarms and... there was almost no hair on one. I stared at it like an idiot for 2 minutes wondering if I'd already shaved it but it was the same throughout the next two days. No not all the hair is gone but most of it is and what is there is fine and takes a while to grow.
So overall recommendation is yes if you have dark hair on light skin USE THIS. Use it correctly, it will hurt but its way better than waxing for the rest of your life!! I've included 3 pictures from my 3 weeks of use. As you can see one is my left underarm and another is my right. Both have not been shaved in 24 hours and you can already see differences! And the third one is the top of my bikini line. You can see a clear distinction from my left and right sides of how my hair is left, that is also a 24 hour period from being shaved.
I'll add more to this review as I remember what to write/tips, and post update pictures if I can get all the hair to be gone forever! With the results I've had so far I'm pretty confident in it!