It is time for me to bring you guys my final update with the Tria Hair Removal Laser 4x. I've been using the device for a few months now as directed, once every other week. Let me get straight to the point. Would I recommend this product? Yes. Although it's a bit pricey and a slow process that requires patience, I think it's a great alternative to professional treatments. The device allows you to treat areas on your own time in the privacy and comfort of your own home. It is also extremely cost effective when you start adding up the thousands of dollars that getting professional laser hair removal would cost. (I broke this down in my first impressions of the device, you'll find a link to that post below). The laser also allows you to adjust the setting according to your pain and comfort level.
Most importantly, does the device work? Yes, it does! If you have the right hair and skin color combination it does work. The technology that the laser uses requires that you have light skin and dark hair so the laser can determine the difference between your hair and skin to target the dark pigment of the hair. So if you're darker skinned, blonde, or a red head you will have to look into other methods. I have found that using the device on more sensitive areas takes some patience as I have had to turn the device to a lower level in order to feel comfortable. I'm happy with the results I'm getting even though they're taking a bit longer. I still have a couple of more sessions with the laser until I'll be ready to move on to another area with it, I'm thinking I'll move on to my legs.
Depending on where you want to use the device, Tria also offers a smaller and cheaper device called the Precision Hair Removal Laser. So that may be an option for you as well!
This was a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own.