The Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser is the newest product from Tria Beauty, and after 8 weeks of treatment, I’m ready to show you results, and give you the ins and outs of the process.
The Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser claims to effectively smooth fine lines and wrinkles, smooth skin and deliver a more radiant, more youthful complexion around the eyes by the use of fractional, non-ablative laser technology. What does non-ablative mean? Simply that the wavelength of the laser heats up the water in the skin tissue, causing a stimulation of the creation of new collagen. Collagen is the protein produced as a result of the laser which gives the skin elasticity and suppleness.
The Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser is FDA cleared for home use and is made for all skin types and tones.
The saying goes ‘black don’t crack’, but my black is cracking, and that’s due to allergies. I guess we have global warming to blame, but allergy seasoned has shortened over the years, but the little bit of time we have together is brutal. My seasonal allergies are mainly comprised of itchy, watering eyes. I rub continuously during that time and I’m well aware that it has caused damage to the delicate skin in my under eye area. My eyes needed a lift, and there’s no way I could afford plastic surgery, so hopefully Tria will save the day!
- Fully charge the device
- The laser does not hurt, it feels like a tiny pinch
- Results will not happen overnight
- USE SPF- SPF 30 or higher daily
- You will notice redness and/or peeling- this means the laser is working!
This is not my first time around the block with a Tria device, so I knew there would be minor discomfort on the horizon. Once the device was fully charged, I began to test it. I started roughly a week later than the rest of the girls from PRIMP, so based on everyone else’s testimony, I used the device exclusively at night.
The pain was not as terrible as I thought it would be, it was comparable to a pinch. Caroline of PRIMP called it a ‘rubber band snap feeling’, which I agree with.
Roughly a week after consistent treatment, I noticed my skin in the treatment area began to peel and shed. I keep the area generously hydrated at all times and used the Tria Nourishing Eye Renewal Cream, because that would help to make the area look plump and supple.
Two weeks in, and there was a noticeable difference in my eye area.
8 weeks later…
Vast improvement! My eye area is smoother, plump and all the damage from excessive eye rubbing during allergy season is gone! Just check out the photos if you don’t believe me!
Now if I could do something about these dark marks…..