Frequently Asked Questions
The Tria Smooth Beauty is a professional at-home device that uses Non-Ablative Fractional Laser Technology. This energy stimulates collagen production, in the same manner as the clinic or spas treatment.
The beams of light penetrate the skin, disrupting cells, and at the same time allowing the natural skin healing process to occur, thus stimulating collagen production. With this new collagen production, the skin is smoother and healthier.
The Tria Smooth Beauty has been tested and is cleared by the FDA for safe use on the entire face and with every skin type and tone.
The recommended treatment is 5 times a week for 12 weeks. You can always return to this 12-week cycle when you feel needed.
You might feel mild discomfort, some say like a warming feeling or a stinging one. With each session, this feeling will diminish. Always start with the lower level to allow your skin to adjust the treatment, and once you up the level, you can always lower it back in case it feels too strong.
The Tria Smooth Beauty is FDA cleared for all skin types and tones. Although, do not use it if you’re under 18; if you’re pregnant, consult with your doctor before using it. Same goes for anyone undergoing cosmetic treatment of any sort, or have any skin condition.
First of all, most important do not use it on your eye, eyelids or eye sockets. There are 4 treatment zones. 1 and 2 are your cheeks – left and right sides, 3 is your forehead, and 4 is the chin and mouth area (not over the lips but around it).
In about 2 weeks into the treatment, you should start seeing visible results, smoother skin, and following the cycle, you’ll see fewer lines and wrinkles.
The best time to do the treatment would be in the evening before bedtime, this way the redness can sooth out and the skin renewal process can occur overnight.
You should always prep your skin before any facial treatment, making sure any makeup, creams or impurities won’t interfere with the treatment.
The device should not be used in the skin where you have tattoos or permanent make-up.