Hi all I wanted to give you an update on how my at home laser hair removal is going. So firstly I want to make sure that everyone is aware that laser hair removal will differ from person to person, and this is just my personal experience. Below I have details session by session so it helps describe what you may experience over time.
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Ok so my first treatment was a little painful, but I kept the power on 3 so maybe I should have started on a lower power setting. Anyway it felt like a rubber band was being pinged against my leg. It did take a while to cover both legs, and I had to re-charge the device after a leg and a half. Which I expected from other reviews I have seen and from info produced by Tria.
After a few days I did not seem to see much slowing of the hair growth on the legs, but again I know that with this laser you must keep up with the sessions to ensure that it works.
After the second session I noticed a difference, oh and it still hurt 🙂 It took a lot longer to grow back after the second treatment and I noticed some areas where I was not overly hairy had hardly any hair growing at all. I also noticed that the hair which was growing back was a lot finer.
After my third session I really noticed a difference, I used power 4, which again hurt. But you know what they say no pain no gain. And believe me I am now seeing the gain. It has been 2 weeks since my third treatment and my hair has hardly grown back. There are a few areas which look like they will grow hair back, but I am not done with the number of sessions Tria suggest for best results. I have another 3 sessions to go :).
So overall I am extremely pleased with the results. It does hurt, but not as much as waxing. It does take some time to see results they are not instant, but I am so happy with what I am seeing after just 3 sessions with the Tria Laser. Only thing which is a little annoying is the fact you have to recharge and cannot do both legs in one session, so I usually do lower legs and then recharge and do upper legs, it does take a while to charge too. Hopefully Tria will make the battery life better in any new models they create.
I am looking forward to completing my course, which Tria recommend to be 6 sessions 2 weeks apart from each other. The Tria Laser can be purchased directly from Tria and I believe it is on sale at the moment. It is not suitable for all skin tones and hair colours so make sure you read about it first.
I am looking forward to having hair free legs in 2017, what are you all looking forward to?
Thanks for reading xxx