Tria Beauty Series Post 1 – Home Hair Removal Laser
This multi-part series was sponsored by Tria Home Hair Removal Laser.
Everyone has one or two problem areas on their face or body that need the occasional wax, pluck or shave. Luckily, I am not someone who needs excessive electrolysis to control unwanted hair growth. But, still there are problem areas I am unhappy with at times.
Home Hair Removal
I never really thought of myself as excessively hairy. And yet, this one time I was asked to be in a commercial for a Miss Oktoberfest promotion … there were numerous closeups on my ears and neck because of the jewelry sponsor. When I saw the finished version of that commercial I barely recognized myself in it. There, for the world to see in full colour (well, the world that watched CKCO TV anyways) was every tiny hair surrounding my ears, neck, even on my hands. Yuck, was all I could think. On TV I looked HAIRY. Now, maybe/ hopefully it didn’t look like that to anyone else in the world, but to me it was grotesque. Hideous! Appalling and awful.
Anyways, I heard about this great at home laser device called Tria Beauty Laser Hair Removal 4X last year when I attended Blogher and applied to their blogger outreach program. Just this past week the device arrived and I spent some time figuring out the setup. I figured I might be able to use it on some of those annoying little hairs. And who knows, maybe I will get brave and tackle winter legs!!
First of all: I have two kids in the house and I was a bit curious about how safe the at home laser hair removal system would be. Could tweens use it if they wanted? Should they use it? Could my youngest accidentally activate it and harm herself?
Well today I figured out the safety questions: No, Probably not to be safe, and No are the answers to those questions. The indications and warnings on the laser state that it is safe for age 18 and up.
I was incredibly impressed this morning when I noted the number of safeguards Tria Beauty Laser Hair Removal 4X has in place. I can’t envision any issues with this device as long as you follow all the instructions. It is deactivated by phone when you call to register the device. Unless you are in Canada, then you have one that is already registered, as I did. The Tria unit has to be touched to your skin manually so that it tests your skin tone to determine if you are safe to use the device. Medium brown, dark brown or black toned skin will not work with the Tria laser. So the unit, won’t activate or unlock if your skin is that tone. You are not supposed to use the Tria near your eyes, eyebrows, ears or genital area.
From the Tria information:
Proven through dermatologist-led studies, Tria uses the same diode laser technology as professionals to target the dark pigment in hair and disable the hair follicle for permanent results.
Great post! I have seen something like this before and wondered if it really worked. I will be coming back to read more, I would love to hear the results!
Wow! I never knew you could buy something like this for at-home use. Probably a lot less painful than waxing.
Sounds wonderful. I like shaving as much as I like stopping for gas…which is why my tank is always empty and my legs in the Winter are hidden!
Wow that’s an impressive item you are getting to review. I will keep check back to see your progress.
As I get closer to 40 I’m amazed at how much hair is growing every-friggin’-where on my face. Thanks for sharing your experience with the laser remover.
Sofia @ From PDX with Love
Ooh I could do with one of these!! Just the idea of not having to leave my house to do this is beyond amazing!!
Nice post! I certainly have a few problem areas that could use some help!
That looks too cool. I can hardly wait for the contest: I want one! I look forward to your posts about it!
I wanted to try this when I saw them at BlogHer. Can’t wait for the contest.
Oh, cool!!! I’ve always been curious about those! Looking forward to your next post!
Country Mouse, City Mouse
I have the feeling you are going to love this device. I need and want one – I’ll be watching for your giveaway coming soon:)
This looks really cool! I would love to try it out.. I’ll be back for the giveway too! 🙂 I’ve noticed the older I get, the more fine hair I seem to get, so I could use this!
Krystle (Baking Beauty)
I would love to try this, I hate shaving so often! Looking forward to hearing how it works!
wow thats imprssive device waiting to see the results.
Laser Hair Removal In Dubai
Indeed, the Tria lase 4X is great! Too bad it doesn’t work on dark skin and light hair.
I agree that device is designed very cute. It is an investment that is totally worth. It works very firmly and is effective to use. Using tria laser hair removal machine your skin will get smooth. I came across with tria with the help of one website triahairremovalservice.com which gave me the trust that tria is best compared to other hair removal machine.