Tria Hair Removal Laser – Your New Best Friend!

If you’re anything like me, unwanted hair is a nightmare in the summer! It’s so frustrating to have to shave every day, only to look even worse with razor bumps and ingrown hairs. Years ago, I had a few laser hair removal treatments done in a salon with pretty good results (I only had 2 treatments done) but it was so expensive– $600 for full legs, bikini area, and underarms! Knowing that I would need 8-10 treatments for the best results, I went on a hunt for another solution. This is when I found the Tria At-Home Hair Removal Laser, and after reading endless reviews, I decided it might just be worth the investment even at the steep price of almost $500.

Tria At-Home Hair Removal Laser :: The BEST investment I've ever made!! 90% hair-free now. :)

My Hair Removal Laser Story

Before I tell you about my results, I must let you know that I’ve had this laser for almost 2 years now, so the new ones might be a little different, perhaps even better. I was extremely skeptical at first, but after reading 500+ good reviews, I was going to at least give it a chance.

When I first got the laser in the mail, I was a little frustrated at first because I didn’t think it was working (It wouldn’t even turn on!!). After doing some research, I realized that the laser had to be activated on-line first before you could get started. After I went through the steps to activate it, the laser couldn’t have been any easier to use.

After turning on the power button, you place the censor located at the bottom of laser on the part of your skin that you plan on using the laser to make sure it’s safe to use on that particular area and skin tone. Then, you select a level from 1-5 depending on how sensitive the area is. I always use 5, and I’m not going to lie, it hurts like hell (really bad, people!!), but I’m not going to waste time getting less than optimal results. I hope that doesn’t scare you because not every single pulse hurts to that degree, it really just depends on how dark the hair is and which area of the body you’re using the laser on. The underarms and bikini area are the worst, but the areas are so small that it’s worth every painful zap of the laser.

Tria Hair Removal Laser -- Your new BEST friend!

Here are my results after 4-10 laser treatments

  • Bikini area: hair is 95% gone (8-10 treatments)
  • Underarms: hair is 90% gone (8-10 treatments)
  • Lower legs: hair is 80% gone (6-7 treatments)
  • Upper legs: hair is 50% gone (4-5 treatments)

If you’ve ever had laser hair removal done in a salon, you know that you have to wait 6-8 weeks in between treatments, however this isn’t true with the Tria Hair Removal Laser. The instructions for my laser were to treat the same area every week, however, I did read somewhere that the newer lasers are every 2 weeks. I’m not sure if this is true or not, but either way, you can get results a heck of a lot faster than you could in a salon!

Pros:

  • It actually works! I’ve had better results than I expected.
  • It’s convenient to do in your own home (makes doing touch-ups easy).
  • It’s far less expensive than getting it done in a salon.

Cons:

  • The laser area is pretty small, so it takes a lot of patience, and sometimes a crooked neck to get hard-to-reach areas.
  • It does hurt, although it isn’t any more painful than getting it done in a salon.
  • It has to be charged after about 600 pulses (this is equivalent to one lower leg, one upper thigh, or bikini area + underarms).

If you’d like to become almost hair-free like me, you can read the reviews and pick one up on Amazon.com.

Tria Hair Removal Laser -- Your new BFF!!!