Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser With Before and After Photos

This post is sponsored by PRIMP and Tria Beauty.  As always, all enthusiasm is my own.  

If you follow me on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook, then you've no doubt seen my posts about the Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser in the last two months.  I've been posting FAQs as well as my experience, including a before shot and after shots at two and four weeks.  Luckily, my eye area isn't too bad.  I've been pretty blessed in that I don't have a lot of fine lines.  I do get some puffiness, especially if I'm tired or not eat well and not drinking enough water.  Don't be too jealous; I definitely have some other aging issues going on elsewhere.  Honestly, I wasn't sure what to expect when I got the device.  Keep reading for my review and before and after shots after using the Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser.



What Is The Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser?



The Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser is a revolutionary new tool that's used to reduce wrinkles and fine lines in your delicate eye area.  The Tria uses the same technology that professionals use in an office, but it's FDA approved for home use!  That means you can do the treatment in two minutes at home versus over an hour when you factor in travel and waiting time at an office.  Even better?  It's approved for all skin types and tones!

How to Use The Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser



The Tria is very easy to use, and it only takes one minute per eye once a day for eight weeks.

Directions:

  1. Clean your eye area to remove makeup, sunscreen, and any other products that can interfere with the laser.
  2. Place the Tria against your skin and slide it from side to side in the area that you wish to treat up to one minute.
  3. Use the Nourishing Eye Renewal Cream to help soothe your skin and reduce redness.  
  4. Use once at night daily for 8 weeks for best results.

My Results



I'm not going to lie; the Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser does sting during the first week.  I had some redness that you can see in the photo, but it was worse a few days before the photo.  It felt like a sun burn, but the Renewal Cream helped a lot.  I was very, very grateful for the cream, especially the cooling metal tip.  

I did get some redness, but you might also experience some peeling.  Since your eye area is delicate, be sure to use an SPF of at least 30 every day to protect your skin during treatment.  

Tria says that you can expect to see results around 2 to 4 weeks after starting treatment, and I saw noticeable results in the third week.  Because the Tria helps boost collagen production and this takes a while, you'll continue to see improvement for a few weeks after you stop treatment.  

If you'd like to try the Tria for yourself, use code EVERYTHINGPRETTY to save 15% off of the Tria Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser Deluxe Kit. The code is only good for 20 of my readers and expires May 31, 2016, so hurry!

If you're looking for the latest information about all things beauty, download the Pretty In My Pocket (PRIMP) app.  Several Power PRIMPers are trying the Tria, so be sure to follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with #PRIMPTriesTria.  

Have you tried laser treatment for eye wrinkles before?  What was your experience?

Disclaimer: Use as directed.  Allow 8-10 weeks to see results.  In between consecutive treatments of daily use for 8 weeks, take a 4 week break in order for the skin cells to heal and regenerate completely. 


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