During the month of January, I did two treatments on my bikini line, which took about 30-45 minutes total. The good news? Several weeks later, I'm starting to notice less hair and fewer ingrowns, and this dark-haired, pale-skinned Bella is more than pleased. But does Tria hurt? I won't lie. Each swipe feels like a quick jab of a hot needle to the skin. However, after a few minutes, there's a pain tolerance that develops, making the sensation a little more bearable. This leads me to the bad news . . .
I'm a chicken. Try and try as I might, I cannot bring myself to Tria my sensitive underarms. Isn't that the pits? (Sorry.) Luckily, there's another member of team Bella who's experienced the original Tria, and she's offered up some advice. Since numbing cream is not an approved pre-treatment product, reach for the ice, which is just as satisfying. Stay with me for more updates over the next few months, and tell me: what are your pre-hair removal words of wisdom?