Guest post: Tria Beauty

Today I have something new on my blog. I would like to give an opportunity to Charlotte Rivington, to publish a post about Tria Beauty. As you all might know, I have worked and followed my internship at a beauty center, which specialized in permanent hair removal via laser. I have seen the amazing(!) results one gets by treating hirsutism with laser treatment. After a number of treatments, you will lose 90% of the hairs. Permanently! You can use this method on your legs, but also on your upper lip. Yes ladies, no shame 😀

My Movember to Remember
Last year my husband took part in a sponsored moustache growing event with friends from work. Everyone taking part had to refrain from shaving for the whole month of November and this month was then known as Movember instead. I thought the idea was quite novel at first, but after the first week his face was a mess and I told him to have a shave. I said that he only had to grow a moustache and that he could shave his neck, chin and jaw line.

Famous Last Words
I was shocked by his reply because I have never been insulted by my husband before. I may not get compliments very often, but he has never criticized me in any way. He answered my request to shave by saying that I should have found sponsorship with the moustache that I was sporting. I had always bleached my upper lip, but I had not been aware of my husband’s thoughts on the matter and I was quite shocked. I didn’t react very well and responded with a verbal lashing that he will take with him to the grave. In my tirade I told him that he would pay for me to have laser hair removal and to my surprise, he agreed.

Being Reasonable with After the Event
I did feel a little guilty for flying off the handle with my other half, so I decided not to make him pay too much. That was one reason I decided to shop around for the best possible product and one that would do the best possible job. The other reason I shopped around was because I wanted to treat myself at home rather than have to go to a clinic to receive treatment. I read some reviews of the Tria permanent hair removal device that I thought sounded good. All the Tria laser reviews I could find had spoken highly of the device and people said claimed very noticeable results in a short space of time.

Apprehension and Excitement
Despite reading through the manual and starting with the lowest of the five settings, I decided to test the system on an area that was not so prominent in case my skin reacted badly. On the lowest setting I could feel nothing at all and I didn’t believe anything was happening. I tried it on the second and the third level on my legs and I could feel only a slight tickle. By the time I tried level four I could feel that this was much more intense and I knew something was working. When I used the laser hair remover on my lip, I only took it to level 2 and this was quite comfortable.

I had shaved the areas before using the Tria laser hair remover because that is an instruction in the user manual. When the hairs on my legs grew back I could tell that they were thinner immediately and my lip hair was far less noticeable. The treatment made the hair fall out and although I needed many treatments, I have never looked back.

Move Over Movember
I’ve told my husband to forget about getting sponsorship to grow a moustache this November. I told him that they would get much more money if the men he worked with would sign up to have their hair removed permanently. The only disadvantage with this method is that sharing a laser system is not recommended because of hygiene issues and I wouldn’t hand over mine anyway. In reality, the Tria permanent hair removal system is a one stop solution to more confidence and I may have been upset with my husband to begin with, but I’m more than happy to let him keep his masculinity now.

Author Bio
Charlotte actively blogs about Fashion, Beauty, Food & Drink covering everything from the latest fashion trends to tasty food. On her spare time she loves shopping, discovering new products & enjoys getting lost in new places as she writes away.

I hope you enjoyed reading this guest post by Charlotte Rivington. Don’t hesitate to ask me any questions, I’ll be glad to help!

How do you remove unwanted hair? Tell me about it in the comments.

❤ Natasja


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