BEAUTY: A HAIR FREE SUMMER?

Yep, you read that right – a hair free summer…
every girls dream, non? I’ve been trialling the Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X for the past few weeks now and so far, so good! I’ve been slacking slightly and haven’t managed to
use it every two weeks as it’s hard to find a slot to sit down to de-fuzz
myself (although I really need to start finding the time as I can’t wait to
complete my course and see some hair free pins! You can start to see 70% hair reduction in as little as six weeks, which is amazing considering it’s a DIY job from home and it used the same technology as salons!).
I was first introduced to Tria earlier on
this year when I went to a bloggers event for the Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X, I was seriously
impressed by the device, it’s so light weight and comes in a range of colours – I absolutely love this mint green one, but it also comes in grey, lilac and pink too. In just under 3 months the device will leave you hair free, it’s a fraction of the price that you would pay in a clinic (although still expensive but definitely worth it when you consider the results you’re getting). It’s also nice to be able to do your treatments from the comfort of your own home and still achieve the same results.

A little about Tria from the experts…

“The first and only clinically-proven cordless laser available for home use, the  Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X uses the same diode laser technology preferred by dermatologists to target and permanently disable the hair follicle for permanent results. Unlike professional laser hair removal, our Hair Removal Laser 4X is a one-time investment. While in-office laser hair removal can cost well over £7,000, Tria Laser 4X delivers the same permanent results for less than one office visit.”

So… how to use the Tria at home:
Step 1: Prep your skin – Cleanse, shave and towel-dry for the most effective treatment.
Step 2: Select a treatment level – Customise to your comfort with 5 energy levels. Start on a medium setting and work your way up.
Step 3: You’re one pulse away from smooth skin. After each pulse, lift and place the tip in an overlapping pattern.
There are 5 energy levels on the device and I just want to warn you that I’m the biggest wimp ever and have a low pain threshold but I can honestly say that I ramped this baby up to 5 and hardly felt a thing!! I opted to have it on 5 as I thought I’d rather it was stronger so my course of treatment wouldn’t last as long, if you think it’s uncomfortable then just use it on a lower setting but the 5 was more than comfortable with me. 
I’m going to be doing a full three month review on my treatments with the  Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X too so I can show you before and after pictures, at the moment I don’t feel there is much to show – although I’ve definitely found my hairs are much finer already, it’s amazing how quickly the results can show when using this device but I thought it would be great to show you some pictures at the final stages!
I’d love to hear your stories if you’ve tried the Tria Laser 4x!

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5 Comments

  1. Naomi Mango 8th August 2014 / 2:40 pm

    Ooh this really is intriguing! I've wanted to try laser hair removal but not sure if it actually works / is worth the money! I'd love to try this out and the price isn't horrific! Lol xx

    http://www.ohhellomango.co.uk

  2. peachpowxo 8th August 2014 / 4:00 pm

    I saw this advertised on the TV recently and I would love to give it a try! It sounds fantastic and some of the reviews are really good. I mainly shave and if I have some spare time between shaving then I will epilator, but who has the time when the weather is so great?!
    I can't wait to read your full review and see some photos! I may put it on my Christmas list!

    Tamsyn-Elizabeth
    Peach Pow XO

  3. Megan Hunt 8th August 2014 / 5:46 pm

    This is easily the most stylish hair removal laser I've ever seen haha! As a pale girl with (annoyingly) dark hair it really, really appeals to me. I look forward to seeing your future review posts on it. If it works it'd definitely be an investment worth considering! xo

    Megan Jane // Seek My Scribbles UK Fashion & Beauty Blog

  4. Claire Reynolds 10th August 2014 / 6:18 pm

    Oooh wow this is really the dream! No before/after shots eh Hayley? 😉 <3 Claire @ Jazzpad

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