HOW TO USE
Prep your skin for treatment Cleanse, shave and gently towel dry your target area.
Step 2 Choose the level best suited to you Your Tria device has 3 different settings for higher and lower frequencies. We recommend to start low initially and work your way up to a higher setting if you feel you need.
Step 3 Choose an area to begin Hold your new device against your chosen area until you hear a beep. After each beep lift and place in a new treatment area. For top notch, silky smooth and hair free results ensure to use your device every 2 weeks for 3 months.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Which areas can I treat with the Tria Precision?
The Precision can be used on the whole body but is designed to be used on the face, underarms and bikini line.
2. How often do I have to charge the Tria Precision?
We would advise to charge the Tria Precision for two hours before treatment or anytime the battery is empty.
3. How long does the charge last? The charge lasts approximately 15-20 minutes depending on the strength setting of the laser.
This is more than enough time to treat smaller areas.
4. Do I need the Tria SmoothStart Calming Gel?
We recommend the Tria SmoothStart Calming Gel before and after your Tria treatment to soothe the skin as some users can experience reddening of the skin or tingling afterwards.
5. Does it have different strength levels?
The Tria Precision has 3 strength settings.
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). 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. If you are using medication that increases light sensitivity, please consult a doctor before using this device.