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3 Months Using The Tria Precision: Anna’s Review and Results So Far

ValarieReader submitted review of the Tria Precision by Anna following our original Tria Review which you can read here!

This is her story she wrote in to us recently to provide to our readers…

Why I Started Researching About These Things

With all the hair removal products I tried so far I can work as hair removal product tester. I mean after reading tons of product reviews, spending hours of product gossiping with friends and eventually using every single one of them I could easily do a career change and make decent living as hair removal product consultant. Naturally, during all this time I became really found of some methods, like electrolysis for example but since the introduction of the laser I can’t imagine using something else.

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That said, laser technology is the most suitable and effective hair removal technology available today.  However, the thing is that these days there are so many different laser hair removal products out there making the quest for the right one equally challenging as the search for the right man. Not that there are so much choice when it comes to finding the right man. Anyway, for me the right one came in a small box with the word Tria enshrined on it and swayed me after noticing concrete results from the treatment.

Why I Choose Tria Precision?

This ‘tool’ as I like to call it 🙂 is ergonomic, and excellently fits in sensitive and small parts of the body. Also, it’s size makes it suitable for your purse.

In addition, the battery life of 15-minute gives enough time for treating areas of concern also saving battery life by automatically turning off if not in use for 30 seconds.

Still, before buying the product I did the usual drill by reading everything I could find on the internet, stumbling upon some data from clinical studies claiming 70% hair reduction three weeks after the second treatment which is very reasonable claim. Of course, I read about Penelope’s review using the tria precision also.

How (I Understand) It Works

Unfortunately not all of us know how laser hair removal works and therefore buy products advertised to be the ultimate, cutting edge technology, expecting miracles although we all know that when it comes to hair removal there are no quick and permanent results, except for waxing which I find very barbaric .

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The Tria Laser Precision disables hair producing skin follicles with a laser beam that heats the dark pigment inside the hair. In that way the hair follicle permanently loose its function resulting in hair fall out. I treat each area once every 2 weeks for at least 3 months works which is in line with the treatment protocol designed to target the hair follicle at the proper stage of its growth cycle and works just fine for me.

How I Used It

Using Tria is pretty much simple as you just need to press the power button that will turn top and bottom indicator lights green, signaling that the device is locked, using the skin sensor on the tip of the device to confirm that is safe for your skin tone.

Since the hair can make us feel very uncomfortable, I find this built- in precautionary feature useful and caring, especially for women desperate to do hair removal, so desperate that they intentionally overlook the limitations imposed by un-matching skin tone. If your skin is a match several beeps signal the unlocking of the laser.

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According to user guide matching skin translates as fair to light brown skin tones and light brown to black body hair. The treatment level is set by pressing the power button. Of course, during all this time the treatment window needs to touch your skin.

As a novice user of the Tria Laser, it often happened that after placing the treatment window against my skin I was expecting a beep sound but all I got was a buzzing tone until I learned that the reason was laying in the fact that I wasn’t holding the device on my skin long enough, at least not long enough to hear a beep. So beep is OK, buzz is not. After hearing a beep the instructions require to move the device to a spot on the skin that (all this is really not important, there is so many other things to write about that are important, this was kind of a waste of words focusing on this) partly covers the previous position for about 1/4 inch, or 5 mm.

In that way I cover all the hair follicles.

As I progress through each treatment the time between beeps lengthen. I recommend treating every 2 weeks for best results.




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