The Quest of Being Hair Free: Tria Beauty Hair Removal Laser (Part 1)

Summer is just around the corner (we hope!), and that means shorts, skirts, and dresses are about to come out of the back of the closet. This year, I’m stepping away from shaving, and waxing and getting ready with the Tria Beauty Hair Removal Laser 4X.

What is the Tria Beauty Hair Removal Laser 4X?

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The short way to explain what the Tria Beauty Hair Removal Laser 4X is well, that is an at home laser treatment device. It pretty much works the same way that most laser hair removal works. You need to have a certain skin, and hair type. The beauty of the system is that it has a built-in lock/unlock feature that lets you scan your skin before you can use it. It’s a great way to avoid getting burnt, or using it on the wrong skin tone.

It’s intended to be used every other week for up to 8 treatments, but you can see up to 70% hair reduction in as little as 2 treatments. For those with low pain tolerance, it has up to 5 different settings (obviously the higher the setting, the quicker the results), and be used pretty much anywhere including your face (lip, and sideburns).

The Results (Part 1)

I started using it 3 weeks ago on my underarms when I came on board as the Tria Beauty Ambassador. I’ve gone through 2 treatments on my underarms, and 1 on my bikini line. These two areas tend to be really sensitive for me, so I figured that I should just get them out of the way.  I’m currently using it on level 3-4.

I can see a reduction in the hair in my underarms. I tend to shave and wax, so I’m looking forward to not having to think about that ever again. It’s too early to tell for my bikini line, but I’m all set to try again this week.

Next up is legs and arms this week. Can you imagine how awesome it would be to NEVER HAVE TO SHAVE AGAIN!

 

 

You can find more information on  Tria Hair Removal Laser 4x on their website.

 

Desclaimer: Marissa, the EIC is an Ambassador for Tria Beauty, and was provided the device for review and editorial consideration.

 

 

 

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