Tria Hair Removal Laser 4x Review // The Beginning

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It's a major goal of mine to be completely void of hair (sans my head and brows). Going to have this done professionally costs the big bucks, particularly for me... I have that coarse Italian hair that will probably need about a zillion visits and treatments before it even begins to retreat. At home treatment is where it's at for me so I've teamed up with Tria to review the Tria Hair Removal Laser 4x.

Tria Hair Removal Laser 4x

This device is the first and only FDA-cleared laser available for home use. It's said that when used once every other week for up to 3 months, you can achieve permanent results. I likes those claims, you guys.

tria hair removal review

I've done laser treatments on my legs before with a different device and while they definitely are ready for a maintenance zap I wanted to try a new area with the Tria to really give it a test run. My arm hair isn't awful but it's definitely more than any girl wants and shaving sucks. Now is the time to de-hair the arms! My next post will document how it's all going (likes, dislikes, how-to) as well as show some before and after photos.

My end game? To not be so self-conscious of the hair on my arms. To not have to shave it so often and feel that much more carefree during t-shirt and tank top season. I'm so excited to get to the next post to show you all how it's going. Make sure you keep checking back to see the before and after pics!!!

The Tria Hair Removal Laser 4x retails for $449.00 and is available at Sephora,,, Bloomingdale's, Barney's, ULTA & QVC.

*This post is sponsored by Tria however all opinions are my my own. This post also contains a press sample.