How often can I use TRIA Hair Removal?

Treat the desired body part every two weeks. Continue treatments as necessary for desired results. Using the Tria Hair Removal Laser as directed for at least 8 treatments, most users will achieve a substantial visible reduction in hair regrowth, and additional treatments may result in additional reductions.

Can I use TRIA more than once a week?

Can I use my Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X more often than every 2 weeks? No. Hair grows in cycles so not every hair can be treated at the same time. After your second treatment 70% less hair grows back, and you’re already on your way to permanent results.

Can I use TRIA laser every day?

Use the Tria once a day for the proper effect. I have missed a couple of days. The effects of this gadget will be cumulative. You need to use it for almost three months to notice a difference.

Can I use TRIA laser once a week?

Tria recommends using it once a week for three months to see permanent results. To use, the device has a small laser area that you hold to the spot that you are removing, and once it beeps twice you move the device slightly to the next spot (overlapping with the first) until it beeps again.

Do you have to shave before TRIA Laser?

Answer: We recommend that you prepare your skin before each Tria Hair Removal Laser treatment for best results. … (This will allow the laser treatment to easily penetrate the skin.) Shave the treatment area thoroughly using a new razor.

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Does TRIA Laser Really Work?

The Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X is effective at all treatment levels. The five settings (or three settings if you are using the Precision Laser) are five different levels of intensity. Using a lower intensity means that the treatment will work slower, but may be more comfortable to some users.

What are the negative side effects of laser hair removal?

Rarely, laser hair removal can cause blistering, crusting, scarring or other changes in skin texture. Other rare side effects include graying of treated hair or excessive hair growth around treated areas, particularly on darker skin.

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