Frequently asked questions
Tria Laser Precision is the lightest and slimmest device, specially designed to treat small and sensitive areas, as underarms and bikini area. Perfect for quick treatments.
Each battery charge takes about 30 minutes. This loading time in treatment allows the treatment of a large area, such as the leg, or small areas, such as the armpits and the bikini line.
The Tria Precision Laser device has been clinically tested and approved and released by the FDA for safe use in the indicated skin types and tones.
The recommended treatment time is every 2 weeks for best results. This is because this protocol seeks to reach the hair follicle growth cycle at the appropriate time. For permanent results, keep this treatment window until the result is achieved.
The Tria Precision Laser is designed to work on naturally brown to black hair in the desired areas. Because it works with the dark pigmentation of the hair, light colors like white, blond, red or even gray may not absorb the laser energy in a satisfactory way to disable the hair follicle. Always check the hair tone in the area to be treated, as there may be a difference between different areas of the body.
The Tria Precision, although approved by the FDA, is not recommended for children under 18. There are no laser studies in children and it can cause damage to the skin.
After the treatment there may be a slight redness on the skin, which will dissipate within 24 hours of the treatment. You will see a difference in hair growth, or they will start to fall out or be thinner and lighter. Continue treatment regularly. After 3 months, you should see permanent results, but each person reacts differently, so keep the treatment until you reach the desired results.
The device should not be used on skin where you have tattoos or permanent makeup, or where skin tone is darker than normal tone. Consider not only tattoos, but birthmarks, dark spots, large freckles and / or warts. Dark skin can absorb a lot of laser light and hurt the skin.