Tria Hair Removal Laser 4x: My First Impression
I can honestly say that I am fed up with shaving, waxing and repeat. Since I have been hearing about all of these positive reviews on Tria’s Hair Removal Laser 4x, I have been wanting to try out this so-called miracle device myself for quite some time now. Luckily, Tria sent me one to share my results with you guys! This at-home device is the only FDA approved hair removal laser and works by damaging the hair follicle to prevent hair from growing back.
Although Tria’s Hair Removal Laser Device works on all skin shades, it does not work on all hair colors. Sorry my white, gray, blonde and redhead ladies, this device only works for brown and black hair. The reason for this is because those four hair colors will not be able to absorb enough of the laser’s energy to disable the hair follicle.
Tria’s Hair Removal Laser device has five levels of intensities. Does it hurt? No. Is there a slight discomfort? No for the lower levels and yes for levels 3 to 5 — I would compare the sensation to like having a rubbing band slapping your skin. Though, I would say the discomfort is tolerable and is not a game-changer to not use the device. Using this device can be a bit time consuming for the legs since you can only cover a small amount of area per zap. At the same time, this hair removal device will save you time in the long run with daily shaving. Overall, this device is very easy to use and I am eager to see what results this hair removal laser will deliver in the upcoming weeks! Keep an eye out for my upcoming post on my before and after results.
Shave the area you want to treat first so it has an higher chance of zapping the hair follicle.
Apply a thin layer of Tria’s soothing gel beforehand. In fact, you can save yourself a few extra bucks by using some aloe vera soothing gel.
Be consistent and use the device once every two weeks.