Tria is the king of at-home laser beauty devices. They're particularly well-known for hair removal but their anti-aging device has also proved to be very popular. Recently, they've launched a laser device targeting the eyes: the Age-Defying Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser, which aims to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Whilst I don't have any wrinkles under my eyes, I do have fine lines that can be annoying at times (particularly as the application of concealer can sometimes make them look worse). I'm hoping that Tria's new beauty device can help reduce the appearance of them.
I've tried out many laser treatments before and so I know what to expect in terms of pain, but I was a little scared to test out this device- mainly because it's for use around the eye. It's not at all like me to hesitate trying a new beauty device as I have quite a high pain threshold and also believe in the motto 'no pain, no gain'. So I thoroughly read the instructions and was brave enough to start using it.
With regard to the pain factor when using the device, it doesn't hurt but is more like a slight stinging sensation. But it's definitely tolerable. I started using the device slowly until I became more comfortable with it. There was some mild redness when I first started using the device but this usually disappeared after about an hour or so.
The Age-Defying Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser is designed to be used for 2 minutes a day for optimum results, which I've been doing for a few weeks now. I've seen some positive results so far, but nothing drastic yet- perhaps as I only have some fine lines under my eyes, and of course because collagen renewal does take time. I'll be posting an 8-week update soon, so keep an eye out for that.
Tria's Age-Defying Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser is priced at £299, and can be purchased here: www.triabeauty.co.uk/eye-wrinkle-correcting-laser