Why I love Sunday’s Tria offer


It’s definitely worth saving up for the Tria Facial Laser System which will be a Today’s Special Value offer in November. Many of you ask ‘What’s the difference between all of the electrical machinery?’ Well, when we are looking at something like the Tria Laser Technology, this is the absolute top of the range and its foundation comes from the original laser therapies, famous in private clinics and with plastic surgeons and consultants where the machines originally cost hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Because technology has moved on, and for those of you that can remember the size and cost of the first mobile phones and computers, you will understand that now, laser technology can be available, with the same results, at home.
The current salon equivalent machine costs about £50,000 and works in about six treatments. But of course, a treatment course is between £1,500 and £4,000 depending on where you have it done. This Tria Laser will give the same effect but you can use it over a longer period of time on a daily basis to build up the results slowly.

Tria Age Defining Skin IPL Anti Ageing Laser wp- 400833So, what does it actually do? Well, I can honestly say in all my 30 years of testing products, this is the one that, when I use it, I’m asked if I’ve had any work done and I have to stop using it when I want to test skincare or anti-ageing products.
The main reason that you get such dramatic results is that the laser is able to penetrate down through the epidermis and dermis and it’s also able to penetrate through the cell wall of the basal cell, which is the reproductive cell of the epidermis and the reproductive cells of the collagen and elastin which means that they can create energy inside the cells which increase the reproduction of them.

In short, it makes these cells act younger. In comparison to creams, this cannot be done by skincare ingredients as they are not allowed to penetrate cell walls. However, this is laser technology born from the medical industry and governed by strict FDA controls on manufacture, testing and quality which, in today’s world, has allowed us now to get a result at home that I never thought would happen in my lifetime.

For me, as your beauty expert, the winter months are perfect for repair because, during the summer your skin can be traumatised by the sun in this country and abroad and so it is crucial to concentrate on skincare calming and you shouldn’t use the laser on traumatised skin. It is very quick and easy to use. The machine almost controls itself and has built in safety mechanisms. It’s best used at night because you will and can experience flushing and a warmth to the skin for a time afterwards.

Add it in to your evening routine, once you have removed all of your make-up and your skin is dry. Don’t apply any serums or moisturisers yet. Use the laser machine by swiping it all over the zones of the face. You will feel, almost like a prickling sensation on the skin, which is fine and there are three different level settings. Obviously it works best on level 3 but to start off you may want to use it on level 1 or, if you find you’re tired or your skin is sensitive ie: time of the month, you may want to go down to a lower setting.

Results can definitely be seen within a couple of weeks with your skin looking more energetic, brighter and with an improvement in surface texture. But with the extended money back guarantee, keep using it and, because the laser penetrates the reproductive cells of all of the things that we complain about and can see on the surface of the skin that can cause the look of ageing, then your skin should dramatically improve within the extended money back guarantee if you continue to use it.

It gives great results on texture, tone, pigmentation, wrinkles, crepeyness and expression lines. I also took it all the way down the neck and I know some of you have been using it on the back of your hands to address ageing as well.
The reason that results continue to improve is that as these reproductive cells are being re-energised, it takes many weeks for these stimulated cells to come to the surface to see the full result and obviously, once on a second skin cycle, at the 8 week stage, you see full results. You can then go on to maintain this new, fresher anti-aged look to the skin on a maintenance programme and you will find that it is very easy to slot into your skin regime.

There is a great, quick response, helpline phone number and the Tria support team can talk you through any questions and queries on an ongoing basis when you are using the product at home, and as part of our commitment to customer care, I phoned them myself and quizzed them. They were both knowledgeable and helpful. It is mains operated so there is nothing else to buy to make it work and it’s been tested to work even if you don’t have a particularly good skincare regime.

For me, with all of this technology available now, and with the advancements in skincare formulations, your routines are about your individual choices that you must make. Do you want a simple regime, that doesn’t cost much money and gives you comfortable, conditioned skin or do you want to go through to extremely complex routines that really target ageing and wrinkles to get visible results in which case, you go to the top of the range machines and products.

Don’t forget to tune in on Sunday 2nd November to find out more.


  1. Jennifer October 30, 2014 at 7:11 am -  Reply

    Can this be used for someone over 70.

  2. Debbie Winter October 30, 2014 at 7:54 am -  Reply

    This device sounds really interesting and ticks a lot of boxes but before investing I would like to know how the results might differ from those achievable by taking Imedeem?

  3. Andrea October 30, 2014 at 2:50 pm -  Reply

    I just bought the PMD and cant wait to try it. However, if I were to order and try this new product, should I not use the PMD? As Ally says it should not be used on traumatised skin, which I assume a PMD treated skin will be? And will it help large pores that I have around my nose?

  4. Janet October 30, 2014 at 3:38 pm -  Reply

    Is this on 4 easy pay please?

  5. Pat October 30, 2014 at 4:22 pm -  Reply

    Hi, Can this machine be used in conjunction with the Silk’n Sensepil machine for facial hair ?. I stopped using Elemis Tri-Enzyme range because i know this can cause problems when using the Silk’n on the facial area.
    Many thanks

  6. Sheryl Fears October 30, 2014 at 4:47 pm -  Reply

    I have recently had filler and Botox in my face for my Daughters wedding and wondered if I could use Tria machine, I am 64yrs of age.

  7. Elizabeth October 30, 2014 at 7:08 pm -  Reply

    How does this product differ from the Lightstim device, which I bought last year as a TSV from QVC?

  8. Mila October 31, 2014 at 12:02 pm -  Reply

    Would you recommend this over the NuFace trinity which I purchased recently on a TSV? Would I have a faster result, especially on lifting and plumping?

  9. Debbie Winter November 1, 2014 at 8:12 am -  Reply

    The questions posed above are quite important, is it possible they could be answered before the TSV comes to air so we can decide whether to purchase. Thank you for your help.

  10. Deborah Senior November 2, 2014 at 10:39 am -  Reply

    Hi this sounds brilliant can it be used in conjunction with the nuface toning system and can you use it around the eye’s ?

  11. Anne Hurworth November 2, 2014 at 11:46 am -  Reply

    How does this compare to the slender tone face product I bought from QVC a month ago?

  12. Anne Hurworth November 2, 2014 at 1:56 pm -  Reply

    Would I expect different results from this compared to the Slendertone Face that I have recently purchased from QVC ?

  13. Mary McDougall November 9, 2014 at 12:06 am -  Reply

    I have just received mine and would like to know if any of my own products will work Gatineau, SBC, Decleor or Elemis to use after I treat. Tria recommend their own serum but having so many of the aforementioned products all for anti ageing. Please advise .

  14. Karen Mullen December 9, 2014 at 1:07 pm -  Reply

    I have been using the Tria for 2 weeks now and have noticed an improvement in my fine lines. I currently use all Decleor products, however, the Tria is drying out my skin and is causing redness which dies down by morning but does not completely fade. It looks as though I have been in the sun. Can you advise if there are any products I can use to treat the redness. Thanks

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