Hair Removal Laser Precision Deluxe Kit
The Tria Hair Removal Laser Precision gives you permanent results at home, unlike temporary solutions such as shaving and waxing. The Tria Laser Precision works in the same way as professional laser hair removal. It treats the hair follicle, not just the hair, giving you permanent hair reduction after a series of treatments. This device is considered as one of the best according to home laser hair removal reviews.
HOW DOES LASER HAIR REMOVAL WORK?
The Tria Laser Precision deactivates the follicles in your skin that produce hair. It
emits a pulse of laser light, which heats up the dark pigment inside the hair and
deactivates the hair follicle. That’s why it can deliver permanent results and works
only on naturally brown or black hair. To be most effective, the Tria Laser Precision needs to treat each hair follicle during its active growth period. Hair grows in cycles, so multiple treatments are necessary. For best results, treat every two weeks for up to 3 months or until you are satisfied with the amount of hair reduction.
WHAT THE TRIA LASER PRECISION IS USED FOR (INDICATIONS)
The Tria Hair Removal Laser Precision is used to remove unwanted hair. It is an over-the-counter system intended for adjunctive use with shaving for hair removal sustained with periodic treatments. It is also intended for permanent reduction in hair regrowth defined as long-term, stable reduction in the number of hairs regrowing when measured out to 6, 9 and 12 months after the completion of the treatment regimen. It is intended for use only on light to medium skin tones (see the
Skin Tone Chart on the inside front cover) and naturally brown or black hair. It will not work on white, grey, blonde, or red hair.
WHO SHOULD NOT USE THE TRIA LASER PRECISION (CONTRAINDICATIONS)
DO NOT USE the Tria Laser Precision if your skin tone matches one listed as
“Not Safe” on the Skin Tone Chart on the inside front cover of this booklet.
If you use the Tria Laser Precision on skin “Not Safe” for treatment, the skin may
absorb too much laser light and be injured (burned, discolored, or scarred).
PLEASE NOTE: The skin sensor is a safety feature that unlocks the Tria Laser
Precision. If it is not safe for you to use the Tria Laser Precision, you won’t be
able to unlock it with the skin sensor.
DO NOT USE the Tria Laser Precision if you are under the age of 18 or use it on anyone else under the age of 18. The use of the Tria Laser Precision on or by children has not been studied and could result in serious injury.
DO NOT USE the Tria Laser Precision if you have a lighter hair color, such as blonde, white, red or grey. In order for the laser to work, you must have naturally dark hair where you are treating. Lighter hair pigments will not absorb enough of the laser's energy to disable the hair follicle.
BENEFITS AND RISKS
A medically supervised clinical study has shown that the Tria Laser Precision
is safe and works when used as directed. Seventy-nine (79) users performed a
6-week course of treatment (3 treatments) and all side effects were observed. The number of hairs at each treatment site was counted before each treatment and at 1, 2, 3, 6, and 12 months after the last treatment. No additional treatments were performed after the third treatment.
When used as directed, the Tria Laser Precision gives you permanent results.
The results vary from person to person and depend on which body area is
treated and how closely treatment instructions are followed. The clinical study demonstrated the following benefits:
• 61% average reduction in hair count 3 weeks after the first treatment
• 70% average reduction in hair count 3 weeks after the second treatment
• 60% average reduction in hair count 1 month after the third treatment
• 6% average reduction in hair count 3 months after the third treatment
• 33% average reduction in hair count 12 months following the third treatment
In the study, 69 of 79 users (87%) reported finer hair at 1 month after the last treatment than before any treatment. And 55 of 79 users (70%) reported lighter hair at 1 month after the last treatment than before any treatment. These results were obtained with only 3 treatments. For best results, treat every 2 weeks for 3 months or until you are satisfied with the amount of hair reduction.
It is important to use the Tria Laser Precision properly. Make sure that you understand and follow all warnings. The skin sensor will prevent use of the device on contraindicated skin types. If you use the Tria Laser Precision as directed, the risks are low:
• In the clinical study, almost all users reported mild to moderate pain or discomfort during their first treatment, with a reduction in sensitivity reported in their later treatments. This is normal. You may feel warmth, burning, tingling or itching; some users described feeling the same level of discomfort as when a rubber band snaps against the skin. If the pain is too intense or persists after a treatment, stop using the Tria Laser Precision and check with your doctor before using it again.
Your skin may become red right after treatment or within 24 hours. This redness generally clears up within a few hours. See your doctor if the redness does not go away within 2-3 days.
• In rare cases, some users may see an increase in the number of hairs in the treated area after the initial treatment. If this increase persists over several treatments, stop using the Tria Laser Precision and see your doctor. The following symptoms affected no users in the clinical study (0 out of 88) but have been reported with other hair removal lasers:
• Skin swelling, especially around the hair follicle. If the swelling doesn’t go away
within 2-3 days, stop using the Tria Laser Precision and see your doctor.
• Temporary or permanent skin discoloration. If your skin color changes, stop using the Tria Laser Precision and see your doctor.
• Blisters. This is very unlikely for people with a light or medium skin tone. If you
do develop a blister, stop using the Tria Laser Precision and don’t let the blister
become infected. Consult your doctor if needed.