Tria Beauty Age Defying Laser – FDA cleared – younger looking skin in as little as 2 weeks

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Amazon Price: $495.00 $495.00 (as of October 19, 2017 9:49 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The Tria Age-Defying Laser is a clinically proven, FDA-cleared, fractional laser that treats multiple signs of aging on the entire face. It only takes a few minutes each night to achieve younger-looking skin in a matter of weeks. For the ultimate wrinkle fighting experience, use the device for the full 12-week treatment period with Tria skincare formulated to complement results. Every purchase comes with a 90-day money back guarantee and access to live customer support.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 9.8 x 4 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Item model number: 3426C

Customer Reviews

Love it so far

719 people found this helpful.
 on February 17, 2014
By Twoandahalfcents
A little embarrassed to admit I spent so much on a vanity item, but I don’t see a lot of reviews and I know more information would’ve helped me make a decision. I’ve had the product (which I bought direct from Tria) about 5 weeks. I absolutely notice that my skin looks younger and more vibrant, though I can’t say I see “wrinkle reduction” yet. But I understand it takes around 12 weeks at a minimum to rebuild collagen. My son lives out of state and I hadn’t seen him for a few months. We recently went to dinner and he looked at me a long time and then said, “Mom, I swear you’re aging backwards.”

Four month review

232 people found this helpful.
 on September 12, 2015
By E
When I was thinking of buying this I read ALL the reviews. I was a little disappointed that so many of them were written right after getting the device, which wasn’t particularly helpful for a product that is intended to be used over a long period of time. I promised myself I’d come back and add a longer term review, so here I am.

About 3-4 weeks in and I’m seeing great results!

32 people found this helpful.
 on August 26, 2016
By Stephanie S.
About 3-4 weeks in and I’m seeing results!

Week 12 and the resting phase: Purchased from Tria

339 people found this helpful.
 on February 18, 2014
By Cpt
6 stars!I completed Week 12 and am beginning resting period: This is great skin care. There is a definite difference in both texture and appearance. All Age spots are GONE. I can see a big improvement in the overall texture of the skin as well. The deeper lines in the forehead area, have softened considerably. I can hardly wait to begin the next course of daily treatments. In this phase I will likely concentrate on neck and hands. This was a good investment, especially when I consider the dollars spent on serums and creams over the years, with far less noticeable and lasting benefit.

The Best $500 I have ever spent!!

187 people found this helpful.
 on June 27, 2014
By NYC Spinner
I have been holding back on reviewing this laser as I wanted to be sure I used it long enough that I could give a real assessment. I am a very fair skinned woman in my late 40’s. I didn’t go in the sun much as a teenager and don’t have the damage a lot of my peers have so I have been hearing for years “You have great skin” but I am at the point now where people started adding the modifier “for your age” and that scared me to death. I have had Thermage (about five years ago) and have been having Pelleve treatments around my eyes – both of which are great and I loved but are very high cost ($2k for Thermage of the jaw and $600 a pop for Pelleve eye). Four months ago, I got the Tria because I figured any collagen I could build in my face at home on my own would be a great preventive measure but I didn’t have very high expectations for the device because I didn’t think I had much to “repair.” I can’t believe how wrong I was and how this device has changed my skin for the better.

So far so good!

27 people found this helpful.
 on January 26, 2016
By chers
I’m not going to say I totally love it YET. I bought this as a gift to myself for Christmas. After hearing so many positive things about it I decided to take the plunge and do something nice for myself. First of all the device itself it very easy to use. After a once-over the instructions I was well equipped to get started. One thing I noticed right off is that the device is not heavy. As a matter of fact it’s fairly lightweight, a definite plus for me. The next thing I noticed is the design of the device. It’s easy to handle and fits nicely in my hand. I plugged in the charger and allowed it to fully charge before I set out to use it. The charging base for it is also a nice design and it’s not one of those huge charging cradles either. It’s made to fit the device perfectly. Once charged and after watching one or two YouTube videos I set out to use it. It has a very slight learning curve, but like a fish to water I got the hang of it in no time at all. Now I had heard about the varying degrees of pain with using it. For me, I found it feels like prickly needles. Not painful, just different and for a short time afterwards a bit of a burning sensation, again nothing painful for me. One of the things I like about using it is that fact that the sessions don’t take long to do at all. Some devices I have used took me up to an hour and a half to complete one session. Not that I minded, but when you don’t know the results your going to receive with the device it’s not a plus in the motivation department. While the instructions said it’s best to use the device at night to give your skin time to recover from the redness I used it in the morning. I found that within an hour most if not all the redness disappeared and any that was left I could cover with makeup and be on my way. Doing it at night just didn’t work for me. I am on the first 12 week cycle, week 5, the third day of using it. You use it 5 days a week taking two days off. You do a 12 week cycle and then take a minimum of 4 weeks off after which you start the 12 week cycle again.