Tria Age-Defying Laser Review With Updates

Tria LaserI just received my Tria Age-Defying Laser. I am looking for it to improve skin tone, minimize pore size, reduce my slight rosacea and make me look fresh and younger. It cost $500 plus shipping. (My friend got it on QVC for $300.)

It treats skin from within. Beams of light penetrate the skin to create microscopic zones of cellular injury and this stimulates collagen production. You’re supposed to use the Tria for 5 days a week for 12 weeks. They have a 90 day money back guarantee.

Day 1 – First, I cleaned my face as they recommended to remove anything that might interfere with the light reaching the skin. I found the Tria to be a little challenging to use. You’re supposed to move it around your face in four “zones”. It didn’t glide easily, and I had trouble maintaining contact with my skin in many areas, especially my forehead. When the contact stops, the device stops automatically.

I used the Tria on the “training” setting, Level 1. It was slightly stingy. It left my fair skin a little red.

The next morning the redness was gone and my skin looked much better. Although this is probably due to swelling, maybe the tightness becomes permanent over 12 weeks of us. I’m surprised to see my skin looking this good already.

Day 2 – I used the full strength Level 3 and my face turned bright red. It burned like a super bad sunburn for about two hours and was uncomfortable. The next morning I had no redness or burning. My skin looks very clean, clear, fresh.

I recommend using this device before you go to bed.

Week One Results – I used Level 2 on my cheeks, Level 3 everywhere else, including under my chin and neck. My skin looks amazing. The rosacea is gone, and my skin is younger looking. The pores seems less large and overall my skin is brighter, fresher looking, but a little dry, with some flakiness. (I normally have super oily skin.)

I have been doing my under chin and neck area even though it’s not one of their “zones”. I’ve had laser done on this area before. I don’t know why this company doesn’t make the neck a zone. This device takes commitment. I’m already sick of the daily grind of using it, and I’m only 1/4th of the way through.

Week Six Results
– Finally, I’m half way through. Well, not really since I had a cold on week 4 and stopped using it. I use Level 3 on all areas.

Here are my results: 1) My forehead has been lifted slightly. My brows are easier to shape into a nice arch.

2) My skin looks tighter, smoother, slightly reduced pores, rosacea is gone.

3) My mini jowls are at least 50% reduced. The crease on my neck is reduced.

The Final Week 12 Results: Yes, I did get results! I give this device a 4 out of 5 star rating. I can’t give this device 5 stars because my results are not outstanding. My issues were not fully resolved.

My skin is tighter, smoother and my mini-jowls reduced by 80%. My rosacea is gone, but I expect that to be temporary. My pores are slightly smaller. The crease on my neck is reduced, but not gone. They say you have to wait 3 month for the collagen to form and see full results. I will blog again at that time.

WARNING: If you need a facelift for heavy sagging and deep lines, I don’t know if this device can make enough of a difference to be noticeable. I recommend this to those who have just begun to show signs of aging, like in the 30s-40s.

Tips for Use:

-The instruction manual for this is worthless and gives almost no instruction.
-You have to REGISTER the device before it will work!!! It’s a pain.
-Try it on your arm first, it will get red, could look like scratches. This is normal.
-Don’t use before going out in the hot sun or before a hot shower.
-Clean the laser part with a soft, DRY clean towel. Just push the loops into the groove with your fingernail to take out the skin cells.
-You can’t get filler within 6 weeks of use, before or after. The filler could be destroyed by the heat. You have to wait until you are done with this device for at least 6 weeks before filler. (The reason for this is that you want to give your skin a chance to heal and tighten up.)
-It will make your skin rough and dry. There is not much you can do about this.
-You can move the device gently over an area, you don’t need to smash it in as hard as you can.

15 thoughts on “Tria Age-Defying Laser Review With Updates

  1. I am just ending week four and have only been using level 2. My skin has been incredibly rough and dry since about day 10.Does this eventually go away?

  2. I am on week two and have had very dry skin from use. Last night I used a homemade coconut and shea butter lotion and my face feels so much better this morning.

  3. I have a question.. I’ve been using this device for 4 days and I see some burn marks on my skin which are slightly darker and will get worse if I continue, I think. and also feels like sad paper like you said. I want to know if it is NORMAL??? because Im getting worried and I never had dark spots on my skin:( should I continue? or return it?

    • That doesn’t sound good. Are you using it on Level 3? (the highest level)

      Dark spots ARE NOT normal, but some reddening is. The reddening, however, went away within 24 hours. Maybe your skin is too sensitive to use this device. You should stop using it.

    • Hi, I returned my age defying. Because it didnt work for me the way I saw in the reviews and my pores stayed the same and saw no reduction in my laugh lines or around the eyes and forehead. But the hair removal device works great.

  4. Hello. I am just ending week four and have only been using level 2. I got cold from week two and it is not go away. May be it is side effect of using my age defying laser!!

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  6. Be very careful with this device – I used this product as directed 8-10 times over a two week period. It made me skin worse, so I stopped. A month later, my skin got very red and I started to see odd texture changes, wrinkles, circular burn looking marks and some fat loss. Over the course of the next year, the texture issues seemed to improve (except on my forehead). However, at 10 months, I noticed more fat loss which continued dramatically for the next 4 months (still hasn’t stopped). My entire face including my eyelids seems to just keep shrinking. Google Fraxel and IPL damage. The heat from any laser on your face has the ability to affect your fat as collateral damage. This is a real laser! It’s not risking your face. Or at least do a test stop, wait a year and see what happens. Fraxel seems to be something that works for a lot of people, but is devastating for others. It’s like playing Russian Roulette with your face.

  7. It worked great for me. I completed two courses and now on 3rd. I have a ten fifteen year back skin smooth tight and deep lines got finer and finer gone

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