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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 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
- ASIN: B00V5WVNGW
- Item model number: 3426C
About 3-4 weeks in and I’m seeing great results!
41 people found this helpful.
About 3-4 weeks in and I’m seeing results!
So far so good!
29 people found this helpful.
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.
it seemed like it drew out all the imperfections in my skin
15 people found this helpful.
I bought this last December. I waited until January to try it, because I wasn’t sure how my skin would react and didn’t want to look strange over the holidays. I started out using it every day, 6 days a week. I did this for 12 weeks. At first, it really stung! But over time, my skin became used to it and there was no uncomfortable feeling at all, when using it.
Like the other user
19 people found this helpful.
Like the other user, initially I was horrified that my skin simply looked worse than ever and then one day, boom, fuller and clearer skin. The improvements are very gradual but it really happens. 6 years ago, I had laser done on my skin and that was very different where the following week my skin had brown spots and then those fell off and it was smooth. With this laser that does not happen. Instead, it fills the skin with collagen and that is why it starts to look younger.
but I would recommend it to anyone
10 people found this helpful.
This is definitely worth the money. Just completed my first round of treatment with the Tria laser, and I’ve noticed a significant reduction in the lines around my mouth (to the point where they’re practically invisible) and the slight sagging around my jawline has been lifted. Also, I used the laser on a dark sun spot on my upper chest and that is nearly gone as well. I was hesitant to spend the money on this device, but I would recommend it to anyone. I’ll be interested to see what my skin does during the “resting” phase, because it already looks improved. I’m 47 and take good care of my skin and wear sunscreen religiously, but was bothered by the lines and sagging, and the Tria laser has definitely helped.
So far so good!
10 people found this helpful.
I will admit that I bought this on a whim. It sat in the box for about two weeks while I decided if I was an idiot for spending so much. I also did not want to start a complicated beauty regime. I finally opened the box and I am so glad that I did. This thing is fantastic! It’s super easy and fast to use…I can do my whole face in about 5 minutes (on the medium setting). I am almost 46 and have been battling with lines around my mouth and the overall tired look of a middle aged person. I had actual fractional laser treatments about 9 years ago and I am still not sure if it was worth it, and I was left with some regrets about how my skin looked afterward. I thought that being able to control the machine myself at home might allow me to get more targeted results. I originally planned to just use it on my problem areas, but it was so fast to use that I ended up treating my whole face. From the first few days I could see that it was making a difference. I am very fair skinned but I don’t have any redness or irritation when I wake up the next day. At first I noticed an overall brighter, smoother complexion. Now, after almost two weeks, I am starting to see those disgusting mouth lines get less noticeable and I am excited to see the results after the full 12 week treatment cycle. I understand from other reviewers that the battery life is only a few years, but I could buy several of these units and it would be a drop in the bucket compared to what I spent to have the doctor do it. Overall, I am very happy with this unit. When it wears out, I will buy another. Also…the finishing serum that Tria sells is really nice. It’s soothing after the laser treatment and it’s also very hydrating. It’s a bit pricey as well, but for right now I have no complaints.
Works for me
8 people found this helpful.
I’m 50 years old, fair skin with some sun spots and loss of firmness. I have Tria age defying laser for three years now and am on my third round of 12-week treatment. I love this product! first time using is it did hurt but even in level 1. Your skin does get used to it and the very mild redness from the first treatment does go away. In this third round I still feel a small sting but I start off with level 3, redness is unnoticeable after running the laser through face and neck, I follow using my hydration night routine products and feel totally refreshed and ready for another day. I uses laser 5 times per week as advice on the instruction booklet.
"Did you get your hair cut? You’re looking younger or fresher or something…"
14 people found this helpful.
“Did you get your hair cut? You’re looking younger or fresher or something…” That’s what I heard this week from one of my co-workers. I didn’t own up to her, but what I’ve been doing, for the past month, is testing this Tria laser. So, well, maybe there’s something to this.