The Tria Hair Removal Laser Precision
Tria Beauty manufactures two lasers; The Tria 4x and Tria hair removal laser Precision. What makes them different is that the Tria 4x is meant for full body usage while the Tria Precision has a finer and smaller angled surface are making it ideal to treat smaller areas like facial hairs and the bikini area.
The Tria hair removal laser Precision’s slim and comfortable ergonomic design ensures that your hand won’t get tired with self-treatment. The portable size makes it convenient to stash the Precision in your purse or luggage when traveling. The Tria Precision Hair Removal Laser works best on those with light to medium skin & hair tones.
The Tria Precision is the only FDA approved laser hair removal machine available on the market which incorporates diode laser technology and is safe to use on the face. The precision head targets the pigment in your hair and permanently destroys the hair follicle and prevents future hair growth.
Tria Hair Removal Laser Precision Features & Specs
A digital display and pulse counter lets you know the Tria Precision’s device’s battery life and treatment level. We also really like the Skin Sensor feature which only unlocks the Tria Precision Laser for those with skin tones suitable for treatment. The Precision has small vents on the back which help to keep the device cool when in use.
Battery life is at fifteen minutes which is adequate for small treatment areas but if you are planning to treat a large number of areas like the legs in addition to the face you’ll be better off with the larger Tria 4x since you’ll need to recharge.
In order to achieve the best results important to follow the instructions which means shaving prior to use. What I like best about the Tria Hair Removal Laser Precision is that it’s compact, portable, cordless and offers permanent results.
Tria Precision Hair Removal Laser vs Tria 4x
What I like the most about the Tria Precision is its affordability (lower price compared to the 4x), state-of-the-art diode laser technology and compactness of the device. What I don’t like is that the surface head and battery life isn’t sufficient for treating my legs and multiple areas. Despite it’s lower price if you really need to treat multiple areas (arms, hair, face, armpits etc) I would recommend the Tria 4x or you’ll be spending a lot of time recharging the device. However, if you just want to focus on smaller areas like the upper lip or bikini area then the Tria Precision would be perfect.