In April I wrote about how I was excited to test out the Tria Hair Removal Laser 4x.. In this post I explained everything you need to know about the Tria. I ended the post by saying, “I look forward to charging up my new Tria and giving it a try. I’ll let you know in three months if it is worth the $449 price tag.”
Well, it has been 3 months and I can’t wait to say…..”IT IS SO WORTH IT!!!!”
I actually wanted to tell you this last month but thought I would wait until July. As I mentioned in April, after coming off of spironolactone I was experiencing more hair growth on my chin area than usual. I am happy to report that the hair is pretty much vanished.
It hasn’t happened overnight, but I can say by 8 weeks I noticed a huge difference. It takes longer than a typical in office hair removal. The laser isn’t as strong. But to have the convenience of being able to do this at home at really a fraction of the cost of multiple in office visits, is amazing.
My first question to someone who tried the Tria would be, “Does it hurt?” I worked my way up to the highest level setting. I used level 5 for most of the three months. It hurt more at first because there was more hair. Towards the end of the trial there was much less discomfort. I would describe the feeling as a warm elastic band being snapped on your skin. It is a bit uncomfortable and certainly tolerable.
My second question would be, “How long does it take?” It takes about 2 minutes for me to treat my chin area and I only do this 1x a week. There is a very minimal time investment. I am now ready to try other body parts.
And since April Tria has come out with limited edition colors. Would you believe they have a teal color – perfect for PCOS! You can order here…
Any Tria questions? Feel free to post them below and I’ll do my best to answer.
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