In my last post about the Tria Beauty hair removal treatment system, I had just started using the system. Since the company’s website states that results of up to a 70% mean reduction in hair growth is expected after the second treatment, I decided to do an update post to show my progress. I’ve already used the Tria hair removal device three times.
As I mentioned in my last post, my treatment concern is primarily the legs – although I’ve had professional laser hair removal before, the medspa moved out of my town so I stopped going. There were some areas of my growth on my knee area and down the front of my leg that needed treatment, so if the Tria works for me, it should be perfect to treat this and for touch ups.
Tria Hair Removal Treatment Review
The Tria can be set to five different levels. Since I’ve already had professional laser hair removal, I cranked it right up to level 5, which still does hurt a bit. If you are new to using this, I’d definitely recommend starting at the first level and moving up. The Tria does work surprisingly fast. If you’ve already had professional laser hair removal, you probably are familiar with the ultrasound gel/circling motion used. This device works differently – you hold it to your skin, wait for a beep, and then move it along to an adjacent spot. The treatment tip is also smaller than what you’ll find at a professional salon, so it does take a bit longer I’m not doing my whole leg, but I’d imagine that it would take about 15-20 minutes per leg if you did the whole leg.
My experience has been great so far. With professional laser hair removal, I’m used to the hair falling out at the root, but that hasn’t been the case with the Tria. Instead, the hair just has been growing back thinner and with less frequency. While I’m not sure it’s 70% (that’s awfully hard to measure), it’s definitely working.
I’ll be back with an update again in a month, but my experience so far has been great and I definitely would recommend the Tria Hair Removal Treatment device for those who have unwanted hair. Make sure you read the fine print before purchasing – this device won’t work on all skin types.
See my video review here:
You can buy the Tria Laser Hair Removal Treatment at Amazon.com.
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