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Tria Beauty Age-Defying Laser
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Amazon Price: $495.00 $495.00 (as of October 19, 2017 9:49 pm –
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
Love it so far
719 people found this helpful.
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.
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.
About 3-4 weeks in and I’m seeing results!
Week 12 and the resting phase: Purchased from Tria
339 people found this helpful.
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.
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.
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.