Wednesday, December 12, 2012

How to get rid of unwanted hair -#Tria Part 4

Since I've started my journey with the Tria Laser treatments, I've already made it past 4 months. In this time, I've been pitched randomly by various companies, one of which, took a particularly tasteless tact. Want to know?
Apparently, just by seeing these few Tria posts, they felt like they knew me. They decided to contact me and proceed to tell me that "due to my inherently vain nature, they felt their product would be great for me." Errr? Right...That's a really smart way to get ahold of someone's attention with whom you'd like to work with. Now, I've never considered myself "vain". I just like to take care of myself with ease. People who know me know my humble nature. Take a lesson here, you never insult people before trying working with them or better yet, don't assume something of someone when you barely know them. Common sense, right?
Tria Hair Removal Laser review
The beginning/Month 1
Alright, now that I got that out, let's move on to Month 4. Woohoo! I'm now down to one treatment a month. I even got it done in less than 25 minutes! With the decrease in hair growth, I'm spending less time on the laser. Instead, I'm making sure to go in small areas as I move and ensure that I'm overlapping. I'm being extra careful so that I can treat my right arm as thoroughly as my left.
After 3 months of using Tria laser hair removal
Month 3
A little over a week after Month 4's treatment
At this point, my armpit hair is growing back slower and the left still has less than the right. I am seeing a slightly noticeable decrease in hair on the right though, even just from month 3 to 4's pictures. As for my legs, there's only random little patches of fine hair left.

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

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Miriam T. said...[Reply]

I'm noticing significant hair reduction as well, even though I forgot two treatments last month. Getting back on schedule now!

Angela said...[Reply]

This is awesome! Can't imaging not having to shave.

Unknown said...[Reply]

Oh wow, I would love to have a lot less hair to shave!

Kecia | From Mom's Desk said...[Reply]

It would be nice not to have to shave as often. Great product!

barkergirl33 said...[Reply]

What a journey lol-great posts. I don't think I would have the patience to do this routinely, it does show great results but I'll either wax or just shave (I'm single so...) :) I am very interested in the acne blue light-I hope you review it (and fingers crossed for a giveaway. Happy (hairless) Holidays! (Raine on RCs)

CorisCouponCorner said...[Reply]

I would love to be able to not shave so much. Sounds like a great product!

Tania B said...[Reply]

If I could just stop having to shave my legs alone, I would be a very happy lady.

Unknown said...[Reply]

It appears to be working!

Unknown said...[Reply]

i read that bit about the insulting intro... not cool

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

Great way for a company to pitch their product to you...grr! I didn't find your posts vain at all, perhaps they didn't like the positive results. Anyway, loving the results you have so far!

Holly S. said...[Reply]

Now I'm wondering what product they only pitch to Vain people? hahaha! Your results look great.

Brenda Penton said...[Reply]

That is after a full month of not shaving?? Wow, I am impressed!

hbbs55 said...[Reply]

ha-ha love your review!

Samantha Baker said...[Reply]

I really enjoy seeing your hair removal journey. I hate shaving so much, so it is nice to see that there could actually be a reasonable solution!

Mer said...[Reply]

Good tip being thorough with the nondominant hand. And I really don't think 'inherently vain' people post pictures of their armpit hair on the internet...the pics are superhelpful, though must have been awkward to take.

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...[Reply]

I think these 4 month pictures really show how much less the hair grows back after the treatment.

Becky said...[Reply]

Was the company located in a foreign country?

Paula V said...[Reply]

That's great. I'd love to do this to my pits and legs. I have to shave every day my legs. They are so dark, thick, coarse.

buzzd said...[Reply]

That is great progress esp on the legs. I think the armpit hair is just tougher (mine is) so it may take longer.

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