This post series is in collaboration with Tria.
As the weather gets colder, I tend to get lazier with my beauty routine specifically when it comes to shaving. I don’t know if it’s the cold weather that gets me or the issue of never really having to show bare skin outside. Like most women, I’m over shaving and decided to test the waters in laser hair removal. I looked into a few places that are well known in the city, but the prices were just a deal breaker for me. I’m currently saving for my wedding, and laser hair removal isn't an additional cost I want to add. The beauty tools market is growing daily and I was recently introduced to a new tool, the Tria Hair Removal Laser Precision. Tria is a brand known for their innovative at home beauty tools, so I was immediately on board.
The Tria Hair Removal Laser Precision is hair removal tool designed for smaller sensitive areas of the body, such as the bikini line, underarms, or face. It’s a slim, portable and extremely lightweight design that easily removes unwanted hair permanently. The slim body allows for better control around those hard-to-reach body curves. Prior to testing this new slimmer version, I had tested the Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X (the first FDA-cleared laser available for home use) on my legs and was very pleased with the results. I was happy to see a smaller version targeting more sensitive areas since these are my top concerns. Added bonus: You never have to worry about ingrown hairs, razor bumps or redness again.
So how does it work? We’ll get technical for a moment. Tria Laser Precision is built on the principle of selective photothermolysis. Beams of laser energy are absorbed by the dark pigment in the hair follicle and converted to heat. The laser energy disables the hair follicle, preventing it from growing new hair. This process is most effective on hair in the growth phrase. For best results, it’s recommended to use once every two weeks for three consecutive months.
I've been using the tool on my underarms for a month and can already see a difference in my hair growth. I’ll be sharing more on how to use the tool and an update on my current progress in the next few weeks. Stay tuned!
The Tria Laser Precision is currently available in Dove Grey or Pink Blossom. You can purchase at triabeauty.com, Barneys, Sephora, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and QVC. Retail price is $299.
Thank you to Tria for sponsoring this post.