This is a conversation sponsored in partnership with PRIMP and TRIA Beauty.
If you’ve looked at the wrinkles around your eye area and thought about your options (eye creams, plastic surgery, injectibles, etc.), there’s an alternative. Today I’m sharing my results with the TRIA Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser!
The TRIA Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser is an FDA cleared, non-ablative, fractional laser device for home use. Used as directed, the TRIA Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser helps to stimulate the growth of new collagen; it’s that collagen which gives elasticity and suppleness to skin. The laser penetrates below the skin’s surface to disrupt cells and stimulate new collagen production over time. The new collagen is what leads to a smoother appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Since I had excellent results with the TRIA Age-Defying Laser (read about my experience here) in the past, I was anxious to give the TRIA Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser a try to treat fine lines around my eye area.
Using the TRIA Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser is easy, quick and convenient. The treatment sessions last one minute per eye area, and you treat for 8 weeks. I started to see results at about the 3-4 week mark, which is not only encouraging, it keeps you motivated. There isn’t much of a learning curve; you charge up the device and turn it on. A green light blinks to indicate that the unit is activated. Use circular motions in the area you’re treating; once the pre-set treatment time is reached, the device will vibrate several times before turning off. Turn it back on to treat the remaining area.
While I didn’t find the Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser painful, I did experience redness and dry skin in the areas I was treating. It’s recommended that treatments be done in the evening. After finishing a treatment session, I applied the Nourishing Eye Renewal Cream, which is formulated to help hydrate laser-treated skin. The metal applicator helps to calm and cool skin post-treatment.
I feel that I’ve gotten excellent results with the TRIA Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser. The biggest improvement came in the lines that I have in my undereye area (the result of sleeping on one side). Now that I’ve gone through the initial treatment phase, it is recommended that a 4 week break be taken with no treatment. This allows the skin cells to heal and regenerate. It’s during that break that results will generally improve even more. Like with the Age-Defying Laser, I would definitely do another cycle.
In summary, I’m a big fan of the TRIA Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser and appreciate the opportunity to try it for myself. As a “Power Primper”, I am offering 15% off plus free shipping when you enter code BEAUTY411 at TriaBeauty.com (expires 5/31/2016 or when available quantities run out). If you’d like to read more reviews, register at PrettyinmyPocket.com.
Would you try an at-home laser device? Let me know in the comments!