Out of all the beauty tools on the market, a skin laser is something that’s a surefire splurge — a splurge you may have a ton of questions about.
You may ask “How do I know if a beauty laser will work for me?” or “Is a beauty laser safe for my skin type?” These are all valid questions, especially if you’re going to drop a pretty penny on one of these services.
Meet LYMA, the internationally renowned at-home cosmetic laser with clinic-grade results and suitable for all skin tones. Over time, it’ll help target anti-aging, wrinkles, skin elasticity, skin texture and skin tone.
“The LYMA Laser is a world-first for ‘at home’ beauty, so powerful we’ve created a completely new category in out of clinic skincare,” Lucy Goff, founder of LYMA, told the New York Post. “The LYMA Laser is the first clinic grade skincare laser to ever receive FDA clearance for use at home. It’s like having a cosmetic clinic in your handbag, that you can access 24/7 on your own terms, in your own time.”
The LYMA Laser, $2,695
Until now, cosmetic lasers have damaged skin to stimulate collagen production, but LYMA’s Laser is completely different, inflicting zero damage to the skin, yet still able to stimulate collagen production, Goff adds.
What’s more, LED is great for giving your skin a healthy glow but it can’t trigger cellular renewal on the level of the LYMA Laser, as the light can’t reach the base layer of the skin which is where skin regeneration takes place.
What skin types is the LYMA Laser suitable for?
The golden question, right? The LYMA Laser tackles more skin conditions than any other device on the market, reversing the signs of aging, targeting fine lines and wrinkles, scars, rosacea, pigmentation and more.
“As it doesn’t damage skin in order to stimulate collagen production, it’s the first laser optimized to work on all skin types and tones which is a first for inclusive beauty,” Goff notes. “LYMA’s diffused retina lens technology makes it safe to treat the delicate eye area without the need for safety goggles.”
The celebrities who use the LYMA Laser, explained
There’s no surprise we love a good celebrity-loved brand. “My favorite facialist Joanna Czech, has used the device on so many of her A-list clients including Hailey Bieber and Kim Kardashian West.” Goff notes. “Makeup artist Romy Soleimani famously used it backstage at the Met Gala on Cara Delevingne and so many celebrities have been raving about the LYMA Laser on their social channels including Paris Hilton, Jessica Simson, Lindsay Lohan, Jenna Dewan, Gwyneth Paltrow and Lili Reinhart, to name a few.”
How soon should I expect results from the LYMA Laser?
Rebuilding your skin doesn’t happen overnight; you have to be patient.
“We recommend taking a ‘before’ picture of the areas you are treating which is a great way to track progress,” Goff notes. “The results have to be seen to be believed and with daily use for 12 weeks, you will be shocked at the results.”
Impressively, many of LYMA’s customers report surface level and superficial benefits, like a glow, straight after your first treatment, but what the brand truly looks into to achieve results are changes in the base layer of the skin, and this takes a few weeks before they become visible.
The skin benefits of the LYMA Laser, explained
The skin benefits of the LYMA Laser are far-reaching, according to Goff.
“It can plump, smooth and brighten skin, and reduce frown lines, crow’s feet and other signs of aging, redness and inflammation, fade bruising, and reduce the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks as well as those already mentioned [fine lines and wrinkles, scars, rosacea, pigmentation],” she adds.
In clinical trials, 64% have seen a reduction in pigmentation, 56% in acne and 53.8% in wrinkle depth in just five weeks.
The bottom line
The LYMA Laser is recommended for all skin types. Not only is it a world-first for inclusive beauty but it’s the only laser device that is suitable for all skin tones and types. Though it’s a splurge, it’s a painless option that won’t cause skin damage and will be your go-to for years.
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