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Buying Hair Removal (Laser) from Sephora


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Guest chibi_usa

Thinking about buying this for hair removal

https://www.sephora.com/hair-removal-laser-4x-P377817?skuId=1552868

(Tria 4x)

Costs 450$. What's the chance of it working?

And what's the chance of getting hypopigmentation with this machine?

My plan

I've had laser hair removal before but it only slowed it down by a little. Now I'm off of HRT it's growing so fast. Might as well buy a machine and use it for like... a yr and hopefully it'll work right?

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Guest ~Brenda~

I would get something from a bonafide actual physical store.

Also, you will need to be able to talk to a salesperson who is very familiar with the product they are selling.

Love

Brenda

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Quacks and phonies abound hoping to sell stuff that claims all kinds of cheap results. Please beware of fakes.

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Charlie

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Guest Melissa~

Tria has been around for a while, their product is licensed in various countries for facial hair removal. In the litigious US, the same product isn't listed for facial hair use. Yes it's real, it's slow and tedious though.

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I would check as many product review sites as possible before plunking down serious money on a hand held LHR device. Check the FDA's web site, too. I have a hard time believing that a hand held device is anywhere near as effective as the large, powerful machines they have in clinics. I would also make sure there was a money back guarantee if the thing doesn't work as advertised. Oh, and lastly, the ad says it "permanently" reduces hair. Reduces? What does that mean? LHR effects are rarely permanent, even with the clinical machines.

As the old (wise) saying goes, "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn't."

Carolyn Marie

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Guest CassieX

Yup, ditto to what Melissa said. The Tria laser is a great product which has been talked about more than once in the forums. I bought mine a while back online from Sephora since I wanted the points (love that store!) and like it though the aperture is smaller than a professional laser, but then it doesn't cost 10's of thousands of dollars like they do. I definitely wouldn't use it on my face though even if I could. Too many evil white hairs mean I get to visit my electrologist twice a week. :)

Cassie

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Guest Kaylee

I actually bought a Tria recently. For the $500... it had great reviews all over the web... and on Amazon. The typical review says people got permanent results. Now... my sister had her legs done a few years ago at a salon with a pro laser... and has had some regrowth. Obviously... Nothing is 100%. Her cost for that was like $1,200... and 6 to 10 sessions. (Tria... way cheaper) I started using the Tria on my legs... but frankly, I'm a big baby and after a few zaps on a higher level I start twitching... making it hard to keep your place. I've done my legs completely one time (a few weeks ago), and just started a second go. They say it may take multiple times... and that over time, the hair gets finer... meaning you can use a higher level and it won't hurt big baby's like me.

I have noticed slowed growth... and areas where the hair is no longer there. I'm hoping that I will get the results I want.

When I bought it, the Tria site stated (for use on facial hair) but the booklet says (not for use on men's facial hair due to follicle size). I have no take a decision... but was considering trying it on a small section of my neck... and see what the result is.

At the moment... I believe it's worth it!

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