Adventures In At Home Laser Hair Removal With Tria, Part 2

This post series is in collaboration with Tria. You can read Part 1, here.

It’s been a little over two month since my last Tria check-in, and I can already see a change in my hair growth. I’ve been using the tool bi-weekly on my underarms and bikini area. To prep, I start with Tria’s SmoothStart Calming Gel. The SmoothStart Calming Gel features an Indian plant extract with anti-inflammatory properties to help diminish the sensation of the laser treatment. It keeps skin cool and comfortable for the best results. After my first month of using, I saw over 50% in hair reduction. After two months of treatment, hair regrowth is thinner and lighter.

What I really love is how easy the treatments are. I’m always on the go and you only need 10 minutes to treat desired areas. To use, you simply place the Tria Hair Removal Laser Precision on the desired location and laser technology targets the pigment in the hair follicle. Follicles are eliminated and the hair begins to fall out, leaving behind only smooth, soft skin.

How to use:

Step 1: Cleanse –Use a gentle exfoliator to rid skin of dead skin cells. This will help the laser absorb better. Then completely shave the area you plan to treat and dry.

Step 2: Prepare for laser treatment by applying SmoothStart Calming Gel to skin. 

Step 3: Choose your treatment level (3 comfort settings in total) and begin placing and holding the laser tip on your skin. 

Step 4: After each pulse, lift and place the tip in a new treatment area.
… and that’s it! The process is incredibly simple and the tool is so compact. It can easily fit in any standard size handbag. I just booked a trip to Hawaii in June and I don't plan on shaving. I trust my Tria will do the job. See you soon, Maui! 

The Tria Laser Precision is currently available in Dove Grey or Pink Blossom. You can purchase at Sephora and Retail price is $299.

Photography by Christine Buzan of 
Madame Ostrich. Thank you to Tria for sponsoring this post. 

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