Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Tria - At Home Permanent Hair Removal Laser

I've been hearing some buzz about this laser and wanted to do a post on it =) It might not be the "prettiest" of beauty topics to cover, but hey, it's a situation that everyone has to deal with right (unfortunately). To give you some background, this is from the Tria beauty website about the laser:


"The TRIA Hair Removal Laser is the only laser that delivers permanent results at home. Made by the same scientists who created the gold standard for in-office laser hair removal, the TRIA Laser delivers forever-smooth skin liberated from shaving, waxing, stubble, razor burn and ingrown hairs. See less hair growth in 90 days and become hair-free in as little as 6 months (and save time and money versus in-office treatments)!"

Being the skeptic I am, I have a hard time believing that you will have no hair FOR-EV-ER after using this product. I know a few women who have been "tria-ing" their little hearts out and using this product religiously, so I guess only time will tell the true results. I am very intrigued though, especially because it's made by the same people who created the in-office hair removal lasers. Admittedly, it would be just dandy to never have to shave my legs again after using it for 6 months. But beware, Tria hopefuls - it comes with a pretty hefty price tag - $395!


8 comments:

  1. Oooo I definitely want to hear if this works! The price makes think of the clarisonic, expensive but great product

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  2. Eeek how expensive! I think I would rather have this done professionally than risk it myself :) xo

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  3. There was something like this on Sephora's site (Silk'n SensEpil)that I was lusting over that runs about $500. If this really works I would totally be willing to drop the dough on it.. even though I would be cringing as I did so.

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  4. I'll admit....I was hooked to the infomercial the other day about this product. I wonder if it REALLY works....and would love to hear some real life stories. If its the real deal, then its worth it, since laser hair removal can cost a pretty penny per section.

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  5. I really want to try it. I wonder if it works.

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  6. @jessica - me too doll! never heard of clarisonic, is it the same type of product?

    @forever - I see what you mean, but I just think of myself sitting in front of the TV doing it and it sounds great haha =)

    @witchhazel - I know, the more and more I think about it the more I want it! It IS expensive, but think of the potential outcome =)

    @SahilyAnais - I know, I think it's relatively new, so I didn't find many reviews for it online. I guess we will have to wait a few months and see if any emerge!

    @coco - me too. sounds great doesn't it?

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  7. I don't really know if this can provide permanent results because even when I did my laser hair removal at a cosmetic clinic the doctor told me the result of laser hair removal is not permanent.....he told me that most patients enjoy long lasting results and only a few can say they had permanent results....but who knows maybe this is better:)

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  8. Great post Thanks to give me such important information

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