Tria Laser 4X is a cordless hair removal system by Tria Beauty. It has been cleared by the FDA and can be used on bikini line, arms, legs, hands, chest, back, stomach, women’s facial hair and the feet. The following is a close look at Tria hair removal laser 4x and its features.
Mode of action
It acts as a diode laser and uses beams of laser energy to target and disable hair follicles. It has 5 adjustable settings that range from high to low in terms of settings. The highest setting gives the most heat and requires several treatments to give the desired results.,
Safety and effectiveness
The laser targets dark hair pigments. It is ideal for treating hair between black and light brown. It doesn’t work on red, blond, gray and white hair. It comes with skin tone instructions although it is highly recommended for people with light brown, beige, ivory and white skin tones. The device comes with an in-built skin tone sensor that remains locked unless the skin tone is within the safe range. People with dark skin tones should avoid the laser since it can leave burns, blisters and scar.
Precautions and warnings
There various precautions that prospect users must adhere to for the best results. For instance, the laser is not for use by people below 18, nursing and pregnant mothers. It should not be used on birth marks, freckles and tattoos since it can absorb too much laser light and injure the skin. It is not safe for use on genitals, nipples, ears and parts with compromised skin conditions such as sunburns, cold sores, wounds and peelings.
Facial hair removal
Previously, lasers weren’t safe for facial hair removal. The Trail laser 4X has been cleared for facial use on women’s cheek line down. Men should not use on their neck or jaw since it can injure their skin, especially if the beard is too dense. Women on the other hand should keep in mind that hair laser treatment can increase hair growth on unwanted areas such as the neck and face.
The treatment typically aims at the three basic stages of hair growth. The growing, resting and shedding stages are treated at the same time since the hair goes through different stages at any time. Multiple treatments are recommended where the hair is treated after every two weeks for three months.
The device causes discomfort depending on the user’s tolerance to pain, skin and hair tone. People with highly sensitive skin, thick hair and darker skin tones may feel more uncomfortable. The discomfort may however lessen after using the laser for several times.