Featured on Rachael Ray, Oprah, and Good Housekeeping, the Tria Hair Removal Laser claims it can remove and reduce hair production. Although this product is pricey, it claims that consumers will never have to resort to other means of hair removal. This is an FDA approved laser and has a safety mechanism. Customers simply use the product twice a month for a couple of months. Users of this product indicate a 70% decrease in the amount of hair.

How to Use the Laser

Using the Tria Laser is fairly simple. Consumers push a button and hold the laser against their skin. The laser will then scan the skin. The Tria Laser only works on light skin tones such as light brown, ivory, beige, and white. The skin sensor tests the skin tone and then the laser unlocks. However, the laser will only unlock if the proper skin tone is scanned. A green light indicates if your skin tone is appropriate. The Tria Laser can cause blistering, burning, and scarring if used on dark skin tones.

After passing the test, the green light comes on indicating you can safely use the product after hearing two beeps. Simply dab the machine on your body to clear the hair in certain areas. There are no cords necessary to use the Tria Laser Hair Removal. The product is sufficient for use of the entire body; however, when the battery runs out, consumers will have to purchase a new one. Users can also choose among five comfort levels; users with sensitive skin may feel more than a pinch on the highest level.

Pricing Plan

Instead of paying a one lump-sum fee of $395 as advertised on their website, consumers can use an Easy Pay program. This option will allow consumers to pay in installments. The first payment is $195, followed by five consecutive payments of $49.95. The Easy Pay program adds up to $444.75 which is about $50 more than they advertise. Unfortunately, if you opt for this method, discount promotions and similar programs cannot be used.

The company that produces Tria guarantees that users will see results in 90 days. Unsatisfied customers can request a refund after that period. This devices comes with a 1 year warrantee incase it breaks or arrives on your door-step defective. Within 24 hours of your purchase, the product will ship.

Featured on “The Doctors”

This product was featured on The Doctors which is a syndicate talk show concerning health and medical issues. Originally, the product was priced at $800. The individual describing the hair removal products indicated that the light emitting diodes only react to certain skin tones. Although the Tria website claims to have results in 90 days and as few as four months, the show indicated that it will take approximately 6 to 8 months. The product promises to stop hair follicles from growing completely but requires continual use to see results.

Verdict

Consumers interested in this product should definitely give it a try. Not only does the 90-day guarantee offer a refund, but the product also comes with a 1-year warranty. Considering other methods for hair removal cost between $200-$900, this seems like a better method.

 


 

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