I have read and researched a lot on Tria and Silk n as wanted it for maintenance on already professionally lasered area - (12+ treatments on each body area)
But then found out the Boots (UK) version has a lot of hype and stronger than the Silk’n.
I researched it and looked at studies as well as blogs where people have used it for over a year -ie stopped treatment and then reported 6 months to a year later…I assume they were in the initial studies as it hasn’t been out that long.
Anyway don’t blast me, I know you are very criticial posters but wanted to know your professional not critical view on this study and the technicals of the product:
It is what swayed me to try it, the lady said I could try it and if didn’t see results I could return it out of the 30day return thing.
Also I read on cyden http://www.cyden.co.uk/ipulsepersonal/index.php
I was hesitant about the other home products as I have continiously read they cannot be permanent but according to these studies these Drs (and seemingly legit ones -the study is by a Dr who works in laser protection?? if I remember correctly) are saying that this reduction is permanent.
So please read and see if you think that this new technology can work?
I know in the UK, people have been buying it and seeing results, I’m just a bit cautious and also curious to see how it works and why it is passed in journals and such? can this new ipulse do as it claims and really work at lower settings
Sorry if this is in the wrong place, feel free to move, but couldn’t find an IPL one apart from the referrals one…