Laser hair removal is addictive. Once you get started permanently removing hair from one area, another area will bother you. I started with laser hair removal back in 2008, and moved on a few different areas. But eventually, the day spa I went to closed, and my addiction was cured – although those untreated areas are still bugging me.
Since I’ve had a great experience with the Tria Blue Light, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to review the Tria Hair Removal Laser. It’s the only laser hair removal device approved for at home use, so I no longer need to travel to a spa to get treatments. Using it is very easy. Once it arrived, I opened the box, charged it, activated it online, and got started. To use it, all you have to do is scan your skin – that will activate the device for usage. Then, point it to the skin and wait for the beep, then move it just a step over and repeat. There are five levels – start with the smallest and then move up as you get used to the device. I’m able to tolerate level 5, but I’m already accustomed to laser hair removal.
Like professional laser hair removal, it’s recommended that you are clean shaven and exfoliated in the treatment area. That way, the laser can target the hair follicle. I’ve already done my first treatment and will be proceeding to the second in two weeks as recommended. I’ll be chronicling my experience here.
To learn more about the Tria Home Hair Removal Laser, visit their website.
Disclosure: I received the Tria Home Hair Removal Laser at no cost for review.