Crow’s feet are usually the first visible sign of aging, and often the hardest to eradicate. We can blame a lifetime of smiling and squinting (and unprotected sun exposure) for these pesky lines despite trying to thwart them with sunscreen and sunglasses—and the dermatologist used to offer the best chance for smoothing them away. But with Tria Beauty’s brand-new Age Defying Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser, you can take matters into your own hands with the same technology used in the doctor’s office.
This portable, hand-held device is more than cute—it uses powerful 1440nm fractional non-ablative laser technology to smooth crow’s feet in just 2 minutes a day. Suitable for all skin tones, it helps boost your skin’s natural collagen production over time, and you can definitely feel the tingle that proves it’s working (and the slight post-treatment redness helps you know it’s going something, too). Just 1 minute of making small circular motions on each eye every night after cleansing for 8 weeks delivers significant improvement, with visible results in just 2. You can continue the laser for as long as you like, but be sure to follow the 8 weeks on/4 weeks off protocol.
Next month, Tria is also introducing the Nourishing Eye Renewal Cream to amplify the laser’s results. Sold separately from the laser, this anti-ager is formulated with hyaluronic acid and ginger extract to hydrate plus peptides and retinol to improve fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. I love the palladium applicator tip because it cools the skin after using the laser, and helps alleviate puffiness in the morning.
I had a friend in town from New York this past weekend, and she couldn’t wait to try it. (Obviously I really hyped it up because this is truly a major breakthrough in at-home devices.) She couldn’t believe how easy it was, and that she was tempted to slip it into her pocket so she could take it home with her.
I’m beyond excited to work this into my regimen, and while Tria won’t tell you that you can use this on other facial wrinkles, I’ll totally be treating the ever-so-slightly-deepening creases on the sides of my mouth. Stay tuned for updates!