Men are hairy. When it comes time to get rid of unwanted body hair, some guys may consider laser hair treatment at home. The Tria laser for men may make a lot of sense if you have the right type of skin & hair and have the budget.
The Tria is an easy to use hair removal laser that leaves skin silky smooth for weeks or even months (depending on the person). But since men have thick, coarse hair, some guys may find this method not as effective as it is for women.
Theoretically, the laser for hair removal works by deadening the hair follicle so that hair growth is slowed and, in some cases, permanently stopped.
The light energy is absorbed by the dark hair which directs the heat down towards the root. In effect, it burns the hair producing cells and the existing strands falls out a few days later. Well, that's the way it supposed to work. But can be different for men because:
Judging from the color choices available, the Tria hair removal laser was mainly designed with women in mind, but some men will also find it works for them.
The cost of the Tria is generally several hundreds of dollars, compared to the couple dozens of dollars that many men typically spend on hair removal products. Of course, this product has the potential of long-lasting results - in some cases, even permanent hair removal. Factor in the convenience of an at-home treatment, the privacy of treating yourself at home, and the reduced cost of having to do follow-up treatments in a clinic ... and it may be well worth it in the long run.
Note that the Tria has a finite life-span of about 250 charging cycles. For really hairy men, they may not be complete their full treatment.
As an alternative to expensive, professional laser hair removal, the Tria laser may work for men and could be less costly. However, really hairy dudes may find it disappointing if it doesn't work as well as hoped, or if they need to re-purchase the laser in order to have enough cycles to finish their treatment.