Tria Launches Home-Use Laser For Skin Rejuvenation In U.K.
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Tria Beauty’s Skin Rejuvenating Laser launches to U.K. consumers through the firm’s website and Selfridges department stores. The device offers a more convenient and economical alternative to professional laser therapy or a means of extending the benefit of in-office treatments, the company says.
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