This weekend was my my 11th treatment. I’ve been using the Tria since November, and am so very close to being hairless! I have one more touch up treatment after this, in July, then Hopefully I will be pretty much done.
I hardly shaved all month in order to get a good idea of where I need to do most of the touching up. After going about 2 weeks without shaving I shaved my legs and was pleasantly surprised to see that virtually no hair was on my razor after shaving the top half of my legs. My legs were feeling pretty smooth, especially for not having shaved for two weeks! The bottom half of my legs felt a bit hairy on the inner sides of my legs but the outer sides are feeling pretty smooth as well. My under arms still need a few more touch ups. The hair is not coming in as thick but there are still quite a few hairs coming in. My bikini line is looking really great. A few stray hairs are coming in as well but for the most part its looking pretty bare!
I’m going to try to go all month this monthm, without shaving so I can see exactly where there is no hair and where I need to finish my touchups on in July. I’m so excited to see the end result and I’m so ready to be done with this whole process. Its a lot of work and had I known that to begin with, I may have passed on this, but I probably shouldn’t say that until its done and my legs and underarms are completely hairless! Then I’m sure, I will be singing a different tune!
It takes about one whole day + to do the treatment. I laser for about 30 minutes then the battery needs charging for about two and half hours until I can use it again. So I have to take a whole day out to do this on and off all day. I found it really annoying this time now that summer is here and I was trying to balance yard work all weekend while using the Tria. But, next month should pretty much be the last of the treatments so I can certainly handle one more round of treatments! Can’t wait to see how it goes this month, and if my legs will be feeling completely smooth at the end of the month!
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