The laser is small, compact and with only one button, easy to operate. It charges via an included USB that you can plug right into your cell phone charger wall plug or other USB plug.
The operating instructions are fairly simple. Use the wipes (additional purchase outside of the laser but may be bought in a package deal) or clean your face as usual. Make sure laser surface is clean by using a soft Qtip or microfiber cloth. Push the button until you see a green light. You are ready to begin. The laser has a built in timer so you will know how long to use the laser on each side. Press gently around the eye area and move in a micro-circular motions. The laser's green light will turn purple with the correct amount of pressure is applied and you will feel a 'prick' as the laser begins to work. When the laser begins to vibrate and pulse, it means the time on that side is finished. Simply turn back on and do the other eye.
I found the laser to cause mild discomfort, but as they say "no pain, no gain". Afterwards you may notice some redness and puffiness and the eye serum they recommend you use, has a wonderfully cold metal applicator tip that soothes the area.
As far as results, I can't see any definitive results, perhaps my fine lines and wrinkles are too mild, or more likely, because I have only done the treatment every other night instead of every night. To be honest, I didn't enjoy going to be feeling like my lower eye sockets were on fire! I do feel like it it making my skin more firm around my eyes, and that is a nice benefit!
I will continue to use this until I have reached 8 weeks of use (as recommended) and if I do see results I will come back and update this review.
My over all conclusions are, this has scientific reasoning and technology that should work and be effective. It would be more affordable than seeing a laser specialist and receiving treatments and you have the benefit of doing this in the privacy and comfort of your own home. If you have the funds to splurge I say GO FOR IT! If you have mild wrinkles , I think I would just keep using retinol type serums and perhaps save your funds for when your fine lines are not so fine, who knows, even more and less intense wrinkle correcting products will be available from Tria.
Personally I am hoping they come out with a laser for broken veins. Knowing they run in my family, I would love an at-home treatment that will work for those!!
NUTSHELL....if you have $260-$300 to spend for the set or $250 for the laser, I say try it!
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