Wednesday, February 6, 2013

How to get rid of unwanted hair -#TriaBeauty Part 6 US/CAN 2/22

Tria
Wow, can you believe how fast time has gone by? Not long ago, I had never been to a conference. Fast forward 6 months and I had already attended 3 and becoming a seasoned pro! There is so much to be said about conferences and I've enjoyed myself fully at every single one. Funny how time has gone by so quickly. It's already the end of my 6 month journey with Tria Laser. Of course, for you though, this may be my best post yet because besides finding out my final results, you also get to enter to win a $395 Tria Laser of your own!

When I first received the Tria Laser, I was psyched! I have a ridiculously busy lifestyle. Keeping up with shaving was a bit of a pain. I know, I know, I don't have as much hair as some people I know but still, it took time, it took effort and razors cost a pretty penny. Not to mention the razor heads, which cost a chunk too, because I like the ones that come with the extra chunks so you don't need to buy/use shaving cream to save on time. Then I'd cut myself accidentally. It always happens! Maybe I'm just a natural klutz.
Tria Hair Removal Laser review
The beginning/Month 1
So I figured, with a laser, I could save myself so much money not only on shavers but also time since it'd take care of my hair for good. The final solution to getting rid of unwanted hair, right? Now that I think about it, I also have a friend who does go and get laser treatments at a salon. Who knows how much she pays for them? I know I've seen on Groupon that they're *on sale* for something like $199.

Anyways, my friend keeps going back because she's not sure if it's working so she continually goes back for treatments. My worry is the amount she's already put into it and she's not yet really seen permanent results. That's $$$$! $$$$ that I do not want to be spending!

That's why the Tria's been great. I do my own salon treatments on myself. I don't need to go anywhere and hey, so far, it's been working. I've seen a decrease in hair. It's not 100% gone like they suggest with 6 months of treatment, so I'll be continuing my maintenance treatment. However, there has been a noticeable change, an improvement. Take a look yourself.
After 3 months of using Tria laser hair removal
Month 3
Month 4's treatment
Tria laser treatment results
2-3 wks after Month 5's treatment
1 wk after Month 6's treatment
Each month, my hair's gotten more sparse and grows back slower. To me, that means it's working. Sure, I may need more than 6 months of treatment since results will vary from person to person. However, eventually, I feel I will attain the results I want. How about you? Want to give Tria a try?

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

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

Win It: One lucky WOS reader will win their very own Tria Laser ($395). Enter on the Giveaway Tools form below from Feb 6 10PM EST to Feb 22 11:59PM EST. Open to US/Canada, 18+. Good luck!

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165 comments:

Sacha Schroeder said...[Reply]

I just shave or tweeze but its never ending.

Sacha Schroeder said...[Reply]

I would love to try the Skin Perfecting Blue Light and see if it really works!

Kristen Marie said...[Reply]

I've only shaved - but I would love to try laser!

Elena said...[Reply]

I use wax

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

I would love to try the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light.

Krystal Miller said...[Reply]

I typically use either a razor or tweezers, but it can be so time consuming!

cathy henatyszen said...[Reply]

i would really love to win a Tria Laser... thanks for the chance to win one !!!

terri said...[Reply]

i use a razor on my legs and pits and wax strips for my 'lady' mustache. i have seen the tria laser on tv and i would love to have one.

terri said...[Reply]

i learned that tria is the only fda 'cleared' home laser hair remover and it is guaranteed to work.

Holly S. said...[Reply]

I shave and wax (ouch!) and after waxing I still have to pluck! I hate it and would love to try this since there's no way I can afford laser treatments in a salon. Thanks for the great giveaway!!! hstorm799{at}gmail{dot}com

Holly S. said...[Reply]

I learned that it's the first and only FDA-cleared laser available for at-home use.

Courtney B said...[Reply]

the only thing that has worked for me is laser hair centers

vanitizebaby at yahoo dot com

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

Even though it is not completely gone at six months it is an improvement. I know of several people who have gone to have it done professionally and it still grows back after several treatments. I would rather do it my home!

Paula V said...[Reply]

I had no idea laser hair removal at home was possible using diode lasers that disable the hair follicle. (visited the Tria site)

cathy henatyszen said...[Reply]

thank you so much for the chance to win one... really appreciated your month by month posts and review

crystalf said...[Reply]

I use Walmart brand razors since I have found that they work best for me. I would love to not have to shave at all though. lol thank you!
crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

Tj and Amy said...[Reply]

I did some professional laser treatments when I was in college. thats the only thing that has really worked for me. amypugmire@live.com

Tj and Amy said...[Reply]

I like the Skin Perfecting Blue Light. amypugmire@live.com

Familyof5 said...[Reply]

I either use a razor or a tweezer, but the result is not as I expected

xuanthaohkus(at)yahoo(dot)com

Familyof5 said...[Reply]

I want to try the SmoothStart Calming Gel

xuanthaohkus(at)yahoo(dot)com

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

Klout link for 2/9-
For some reason it shows up the next day in the form so just in case it doesn't record it.
https://twitter.com/sonya_morris/status/300388455907733504

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

https://twitter.com/sonya_morris/status/300621592864620544
Klout link 2/10

Thomas Murphy said...[Reply]

I only shave.
rounder9834 @yahoo.com

Mary Ireland said...[Reply]

I shave.

Holly S. said...[Reply]

The results are pretty good. I think I would rather deal with more pain by turning it up that more time....

Melissa Federer said...[Reply]

just a razor

Courtney B said...[Reply]

i want the perfecting blue light to help with scarring!

Cryss said...[Reply]

I shave but my hair is so thick and course, waxing is a pain and time consuming. This sounds like it is right up my alley.

MANDY83 said...[Reply]

I usually just shave but it seems so tedious.
Amanda S

Rebekah M said...[Reply]

I shave...it stinks!!!!!

hbbs55 said...[Reply]

would love to try the SmoothStart Calming Gel

hbbs55 said...[Reply]

interested in your progress, does it really zap and ouch?

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

https://twitter.com/sonya_morris/status/301007045509918721
Klout link.

Mer said...[Reply]

I'd love to try this..I feel like I spend an insane amount of time and money shaving as I've got pale skin and dark hair. I'd also like to try the skin perfecting blue light as it looks like a great product as well.

Kim D. said...[Reply]

I just shave.

sarah said...[Reply]

i usually shave. i did have laser hair removal treatments on my underarms and they worked great, although there is still a small amount of very light and fine hair
sarah hirsch

sarah said...[Reply]

i learned that the new 4x can reduce the amount of hair in half the time
sarah hirsch

Nora T said...[Reply]

I usually shave, but it's hard to find a good razor. When I do, this method works okay for me, Still, I'd like to find a way that delivers long-lasting or permanent results because I am just generally annoyed by the time it takes to shave. Waxing...I've tried all the different methods...cold, hat, adhesive strips...PAIN! Creams...meh...okay, but time-consuming and smelly, so I may as well shave.

Jolene Johnson said...[Reply]

I shave and always get skin tags and cuts and razor burn. I apparently have forgotten how to shave lol. I want to try this so bad!
taznjade at gmail dot com

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

https://twitter.com/sonya_morris/status/301358119416635392
Klout link.

Valerie said...[Reply]

I use a razor. not really doing a great job but it's cheap

Valerie said...[Reply]

would love to try Tria SMOOTHSTART CALMING GEL

Valerie said...[Reply]

left a comment on http://www.whirlwindofsurprises.com/2013/02/ValentinesPrintables.html

Sherry Compton said...[Reply]

I shave my legs and get my eye brows waxed.
savewish@yahoo.com

Sherry Compton said...[Reply]

The SMOOTHSTART CALMING GEL sounds interesting.
savewish@yahoo.com

Jennifer said...[Reply]

I only use a razor.

jennylovesjeff (at) hotmail (dot) com

Paol Trenny said...[Reply]

I usually use a tweezer for hair removal ----- Pauline aka Paol Trenny ….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

Paol Trenny said...[Reply]

I like to try the Skin Perfecting System----- Pauline aka Paol Trenny ….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

Rhonda C said...[Reply]

I use a razor...

Jeanine B said...[Reply]

old school- I shave :/

Jeanine B said...[Reply]

diode lasers disable the hair follicle by targeting the melanin at the root without damaging the surrounding skin

Lorri S said...[Reply]

I usually use disposable razors

Myrna said...[Reply]

I shave my legs and underarms, and have my lip waxed at a nail salon.

evie said...[Reply]

i have tried expensive laser hair several times, did not work, tried electrolysis- did not like, wax-too hard on my skin, so now i just pluck, shave,

evie said...[Reply]

uses diode lasers to target the root ball of the hair, to stop the growth. does not work well for light colored hair.would like to try the skin perfecting system



sandyandevie@yahoo.com

Stephanie Momonick said...[Reply]

I shave and tweeze my hair unwanted.

David Holder said...[Reply]

Shaving is the only thing I have tried.

hbbs55 said...[Reply]

ok! I have to have this1

Jenna said...[Reply]

Gosh, I've waxed, tweezed, shaved...I HATE hair so this would be a god send!

Anonymous said...[Reply]

I want to try Tria. I've been shaving and waxing and it's a pain.

Linda said...[Reply]

I've been waxing and would love to try Tria.

Harvinderks said...[Reply]

I shave my body and go to a salon for threading of eyebrows and upper lips!

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

https://twitter.com/sonya_morris/status/301739017119080450
tweet link

Riki said...[Reply]

I would love to try that out, it seems awesome!

Christina Dragan said...[Reply]

Usually I just use wax

Kylie Carlson said...[Reply]

I usually just shave but I've been thinking about switching to something more long term.

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

https://twitter.com/sonya_morris/status/302111730736189441
Klout tweet link.

Tammy N said...[Reply]

I shave but I'm getting tired of the hassle!

crankyyanky1 said...[Reply]

I use Nair and tweezing

Samantha Baker said...[Reply]

I shave my legs, but I would love to try the Tria. It sounds like an amazing long term alternative to shaving.

crankyyanky1 said...[Reply]

the tria laser will not work unless you have the right skin type and color you have to unlock it first so you will not harm yourself

Samantha Baker said...[Reply]

I learned that they are FDA cleared, which is really nice to hear.

Samantha Baker said...[Reply]

Thanks for sharing your journey. I remember looking at the Tria when it first came out, but I just was not sure about it. I did my research and decided to wait since it was so pricey. I had almost forgotten about the Tria when I can across your view. It is obviously still pricey, but I at least feel confident that the product is right for me.

Samantha Baker said...[Reply]

I commented on the "Private Practice is about to release their 6th and final season DVDs!" post.

http://www.whirlwindofsurprises.com/2013/02/PrivatePractice.html

Kathy said...[Reply]

The hair I really want to get rid of is plucked

Pat S said...[Reply]

Things have certainly changed. It is so time consuming to have to deal with unwanted hair. The Tria looks as if it is ideal for hair removal and it will lessen the time with great results.

MJ Moore said...[Reply]

Nothing I've tried is satisfactory: shaving, tweezing, creams... I am ready for Tia!

Liz N. said...[Reply]

I really don't have too much hair to remove on my face. I may have a few hairs here and there, but I
just use a pair of tweezers.

marcsgirl61 at gmail dot com

Liz N. said...[Reply]

I would like to try the Hair Removal Laser 4X.

marcsgirl61 at gmail dot com

Mer said...[Reply]

Those results really do look great! And if it takes a little longer to get to silky smooth, that seems worth it to me. I'd also like the convenience factor of doing things on your own schedule in your own home, rather than making salon appointments.

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...[Reply]

I use a razor to remove unwanted hair.

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...[Reply]

I learned that this unit is the first one to be approved for in home use.

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...[Reply]

I really looks like this product has decreased hair growth for you.

bex said...[Reply]

I usually shave but sometimes epilate.

bex said...[Reply]

I learned they also make a device for acne.

Janna Johnson said...[Reply]

I usually use a razor but have been wanting a tria for awhile now!

sweetsue said...[Reply]

I use a razor usually, but sometimes tweezers for the occasional stray chin hair.

Ariel said...[Reply]

I usually just use a razor, or sometimes a tweezer.

MJ Moore said...[Reply]

The Skin Perfecting Blue Light looks amazing!

Kelley H said...[Reply]

I haven't found anything that really has had any lasting improvements. currently usng a razor

Eustacia Miliusis said...[Reply]

I would love to win!

Tennille said...[Reply]

I use a razor, waxing gives me an awful rash

Karla Hynes said...[Reply]

I use a razor - would love to try something else!

ksceviour said...[Reply]

The only thing I have used ia a razor..would love to try this to see if it works!
(Karla Sceviour on rafflecopter)

ksceviour said...[Reply]

I would like the Skin Perfecting Blue Light

Danielle said...[Reply]

I usually shave or tweeze.

Sue2Sueper said...[Reply]

Regular old shaver with shave cream/gel. :-)

Anonymous said...[Reply]

I just shave using a razor, I have not tried anything like the Tria before

morganowl28 at gmail dot com

Paula V said...[Reply]

Love the results. I use emjoi (electric tweezers) on my pits and it does a great job. Use a razor on my legs and tweezers on my brows.

Krystal Miller said...[Reply]

Their Skin Perfecting Blue Light looks quick and easy to use! I think it would be great for my siblings, who are just at the age where acne is a problem for them.

tweetyscute said...[Reply]

Currently I shave but I have wanted to try the Tria for awhile

Theresa j

meredith m said...[Reply]

I usually shave

Katie said...[Reply]

I usually wax or shave.

AmyB said...[Reply]

Regular old razor

Kim Mersereau said...[Reply]

Myself and my daughters could really use something like this. Shaving and waxing is so time consuming and painful.

pennelope merriweather said...[Reply]

I've used nair for a long time but find shaving is the easiest..thanks for this giveaway!

Elise said...[Reply]

I am extremely low maintenance with hair removal, as I just shave. Nothing fancy, don't even tweeze my brows, those I actually just trim!

ferriz said...[Reply]

i generally use a razor. doesnt work for too long unfortunately.

dani marie ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Ella Bryant said...[Reply]

I've tried at-home waxing, creme, & shaving for hair removal but shaving just happens to be the easiest rt now so that's why I use the most (if at all).

wigget said...[Reply]

i usually just pluck with tweezers, but this looks much better

wigget said...[Reply]

i'd like to try the Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X

Paula Michele Hafner said...[Reply]

I would love to try this. I shave but I hate it :)

Sarah S said...[Reply]

I shave and epilate. s2inamug at aim dot com

Tara said...[Reply]

I want this...that.is.all. :)

Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...[Reply]

I shave my legs and under my arms.
But use tweezers for the hair on my face.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

Deb Christie said...[Reply]

I usually use a depilatory.

Deb Christie said...[Reply]

I would like to try the Skin Perfecting Serum

wendy said...[Reply]

i shave with a disposable razor

jen Gersch said...[Reply]

i use a razor but wax works best

LesleyfromWI said...[Reply]

I have used a tweezer or lazer

magic5905 said...[Reply]

I just use whatever razor is on sale when I need a new one. I hate shaving, it makes me itch and I have little bumps for a few days.

magic5905 said...[Reply]

I like the Skin Perfecting Blue Light. Sounds great.

Beck James said...[Reply]

clippers

ryha36 said...[Reply]

i only shave

Erica C. said...[Reply]

I just use a regular razor but I'd love to try this.
ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

sarah cool said...[Reply]

razor
crazyweirdo33@yahoo.com

Tara W said...[Reply]

I usually use Nair hair remover.

Kristi R. said...[Reply]

I just shave.

Anonymous said...[Reply]

I use Naiar or neet slhaydon at hotmail dot com

jules mcnubbin (buttmuffin) said...[Reply]

i shave every day.it sucks!

Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...[Reply]

I pluck and it hurts!
vmkids3 at msn dot com

john hutchens said...[Reply]

I use a razor

Anonymous said...[Reply]

I just shave, and use tweezers. i would love this!

karen mayernick

kmmayernick1012@hotmail.com

Jennafer211 said...[Reply]

Shave, thats it. Thanks!

Lindsey PS said...[Reply]

I think I am part Yeti, and I could totally use this.

bbrittbrat1398 said...[Reply]

I just use wax

Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

Zipper McGee said...[Reply]

I shave and tweeze but need a better solution!

ConiSu said...[Reply]

Shaving cream and a razor

ConiSu said...[Reply]

I use a razor

sottovoce said...[Reply]

I use a razor...I shave....would love not to have to do that. :-) Thank you.

michedt said...[Reply]

I use veet mostly, because it's hard for me to shave.
Michelle Tucker

07violet said...[Reply]

usually shaving

alterna7 at hotmail dot com

07violet said...[Reply]

usually shaving

alterna7 at hotmail dot com

guru said...[Reply]

I shave. Would love to try this.

Anonymous said...[Reply]

I use razors,


Wanda Jean

Susan Smoaks said...[Reply]

i shave and tweeze but i have been dreaming of trying the tria laser
susansmoaks at gmail dot com

MANDY83 said...[Reply]

i want to try the skin perfecting bluelight!

pokergrl8 at gmail.com

MANDY83 said...[Reply]

the blue light!

Rachel Ellis said...[Reply]

I just shave, shave and shave some more.. it is a never ending battle!

buzzd said...[Reply]

I have used an epilator and a razer and neither are long term. The epilator keeps it done longer but is so painful. I really want a Tria!

anny32 said...[Reply]

regular razor..endless. but works for the moment
addrienne mertens

buzzd said...[Reply]

I learned that Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X is the first and only FDA-cleared laser hair removal system available for at-home use

carol lewis said...[Reply]

Shav ing and tweezers are what I do.
spcale at yahoo dot com

buzzd said...[Reply]

It looks like the hair is not going to grow back so that is great. I wish it was gone in 6 mos but it is better then when you started. I like seeing the progress as it lets me know what I can expect.

carol lewis said...[Reply]

This is guaranteed to work!
spcale at yahoo dot com

Carrie OverThirtyMommy said...[Reply]

I hate shaving but that seems to be my go to method for hair removal.

Carrie OverThirtyMommy said...[Reply]

I hate shaving but that is my go to method for hair removal.

Thomas Murphy said...[Reply]

I want to try the SmoothStart Calming Gel
rounder9834 @yahoo.com

WWillows6 said...[Reply]

I use hair removal cream and shave.

Lisa Garner

WWillows6 said...[Reply]

I use hair removal cream and razors.

Lisa Garner

WWillows6 said...[Reply]

I would love to try the Skin Perfecting Blue Light for acne!

Lisa Garner

Bakersdozen said...[Reply]

I use a shaver.

Breanne said...[Reply]

I use a razor

Anonymous said...[Reply]

I shave an so over it!!!

Carol Strong

strongsare@comcast.net

let it be said...[Reply]

I just shave, So sick of it though lol this would be a nice alternative
sarah perry

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