Wednesday, October 17, 2012

How to get rid of unwanted hair -#Tria Part 2

I've now completed month 2 of treatments. Are you curious how it's working so far? Oh, and hell yes, I have more pit pictures so consider yourself warned! Don't know what I'm talking about? Tria Hair Removal Laser is my latest beauty product. The goals are silky smooth skin and freedom from ever having to shave ever again!
Tria Hair Removal Laser review
I've been consistently using it twice a month every 2 weeks. Above was the picture from before treatment. So after two months, the manual says I should be starting to notice the hair growth starting to lighten and become finer. Well, what do you think? The next picture is about 1-2 weeks of letting my hair grow wild. ;) While there are still a few really long hairs, it does seem like the hair growth has become more sparse in my pits. I've also made a random discovery that right pit seems to be more masculine than my left pit. TMI? LOL! The hair textures is now less coarse. I'm on my way to silky smooth skin.
how to get rid of unwanted hair
My leg hair was almost non-existent to begin with so it's gone from little hair to littler hair. It wouldn't even show up properly on camera.

The pain desensitizing thing? Well, it hasn't happened yet. LOL, it still hurts! The other thing I've noticed is that the battery gets drained after my legs and pits. So I tend to recharge right after I use it. This way I'm ready when it's time for the next treatment. Come back next month for the continuation of the battle of the pits.

Check out my Tria posts on how to get rid of unwanted hair.

Buy It: Shop online for Tria Hair Removal Laser ($395).

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Ronni Keller said...[Reply]

I could easily fall in love with this!

Liz Mays said...[Reply]

Best invention ever! I'm glad it seems to be making a difference. :)

Pam said...[Reply]

I have been hearing so much good stuff about tria. I need to check them out. Thanks for sharing.

AdventuresFrugalMom said...[Reply]

this looks cool I need to check this out

Paula Schuck said...[Reply]

I am doing this series right now too. I should be less hairy just in time for swimsuit season. I like it so far but too early to see results. Glad to hear you used it and had good results already.

CorisCouponCorner said...[Reply]

Nice to see your progress!

Tania B said...[Reply]

Yeah, I definitely see a difference! So great that a device like this is going to help us ladies!

Unknown said...[Reply]

Progress is looking good!

Unknown said...[Reply]

i wish I was hairless...ehhe

sonyamorris (Sonya Morris) said...[Reply]

Great progress! I would think it would totally be worth the pain!

Holly S. said...[Reply]

It really does look thinned out.

Brenda Penton said...[Reply]

Ohh, can definitively see a difference here. Were you allowed to shave in between, or did you just choose not to for the review?

hbbs55 said...[Reply]

yikes! still hurts lol.

Samantha Baker said...[Reply]

I am really excited about these results! I can't wait to see the next months results!

Mer said...[Reply]

Those results look like it would be worth a little pain. How funny to see such pit differences!

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...[Reply]

It looks like you are getting some good results.

Becky said...[Reply]

You are so lucky that you don't have much leg hair!

Paula V said...[Reply] cool. Can't believe you haven't desensitized yet. My hairs are softer after using the emjoy electric tweezers for so many years. I'd love to have my hair gone though.

So you use this on your eniire legs?

Have you used it on your face/brows?

buzzd said...[Reply]

It does seem to be working, it may just take several months to get the results you want. Keep it up. I think it would take me longer as I have more hair on my legs.

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