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Interest in high-tech beauty skincare tools and devices continues to grow as skincare enthusiasts seek convenience and effective results in the comfort of their own homes.
While it’s hard to compete with in-clinic efficacy, the technology offered by at-home devices is rapidly improving and providing pretty remarkable results.
One such tool is the LYMA Laser. Known as the Rolls Royce of at-home beauty tools, the LYMA Laser stands out from typical LED masks and microcurrent devices.
In this article, we’ll explore what sets the LYMA Laser apart and how its innovative technology benefits your skin and where you can purchase one in Australia.
Introducing the LYMA Laser
What Makes LYMA Laser Different?
The LYMA Laser is the world’s first medical-grade at-home laser device, combining four high-powered antibacterial blue LED lights with a laser beam to regenerate skin at the cellular level. Unlike devices that merely skim the surface, the LYMA Laser works deep within the skin layers and through to the fat and muscle tissue. The LED component targets the uppermost skin layers, eliminating bacteria responsible for breakouts, while the laser penetrates deeper to stimulate longer-term results.
The LYMA Laser vs LED Masks
The LYMA Laser surpasses typical LED masks in several ways. It harnesses the power of a cold, near-infrared 500mW laser at the 808nm wavelength, making it 100 times more potent than LED devices.
This increased power allows it to penetrate the deeper layers of the skin, triggering collagen rebuilding, addressing sun damage, and scarring, and improving texture, tone, and fine lines and wrinkles.
The other key difference is obviously the design. This is a handheld stick with a laser lens on the end, which can be used to target areas, unlike an LED mask with bulbs evenly spread across the surface of the mask.
The Benefits of LYMA Laser Technology for Your Skin:
Skin Rejuvenation: The LYMA Laser stimulates collagen production, a vital component responsible for skin elasticity and firmness. By promoting collagen synthesis, this advanced device helps reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin, leading to a more youthful and radiant complexion.
Hyperpigmentation Reduction: Excessive melanin deposits often result in hyperpigmentation concerns, such as age spots and sunspots. The LYMA Laser specifically targets and breaks down these deposits, minimising hyperpigmentation and promoting a more even skin tone.
Acne Scar Improvement: For individuals who have experienced acne and subsequent scarring, the LYMA Laser offers a potential solution. By stimulating collagen production and encouraging skin cell turnover, this treatment helps minimise the appearance of acne scars, resulting in smoother and refined skin.
How Does LYMA Laser Work?
LYMA Laser employs fractional laser technology, delivering precise wavelengths of light into the deepest layers of the skin, triggering a renewal response.
The lasers are concentrated on the end of the device like a camera lens. It has been intentionally designed with 25,000 fragmented micro laser diffusers which eliminate heat from the near-infrared light, unlike alternate treatments which rely on thermal damage.
The benefit of the internal ultra-diffusers is that they are able to disperse the laser light over the whole span of the lens. Meaning whichever point of the skin the laser surface touches is receiving the full benefit of the laser energy.
This laser creates micro-injuries, which trigger the body’s natural healing response and stimulate collagen production. Through this process, the overall texture and quality of the skin improve, providing long-lasting results.
Using the LYMA Laser
To achieve the best results, LYMA recommends using the device every day for 12 weeks, ensuring the laser light has been on each section of skin for a minimum of three minutes.
Once desired results are attained, a maintenance phase can be adopted. Two main methods, the holding method and the glide method, allow for versatile usage.
Holding Method: This method is ideal for targeted areas, such as sagging skin around the jawline. Slowly hold the laser in place for a minimum of three minutes per area to achieve the desired results.
Glide Method: For overall improvement in tone, texture, and glow, the glide method is recommended. Glide the laser over the skin, ensuring the lens touches the treated areas. Avoid focusing solely on the tiny dot in the centre.
Begin the routine by cleansing the skin, followed by applying the mist and glide serum to facilitate laser maneuvering. Conclude with your regular skincare routine to maximise the benefits of the treatment.
The LYMA Laser’s design ensures it can be safely used around and close to the eyes, eliminating the need for goggles during treatments.
Here is Kate Hudson demonstrating how she uses the device:
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Results and Feedback:
While Beauty Space has not personally tested the LYMA Laser, here are some insights from individuals who have used it:
***** “I cancelled my plastic surgery”
“My double chin and jowls have decreased significantly. It’s so improved that I’ve cancelled my plastic surgery appointment”. – LeAnna Quartuccio
“I can honestly say the difference in my skin especially on my neck is very noticeable – it is smoother less crinkly and I’m hoping with continued use the improvements continue”. – Sara M
*** “Ok so far”.
“I’ve only had the Lyma for a few weeks so it is hard to tell if there are any improvements in my skin. The device is easy to use but it is an everyday task that requires one to be diligent”. – Niki
Everyone who purchases a LYMA gets a consultation and their concierge team to ensure it is being used in the best way for optimal results.
Where to Buy the LYMA Laser in Australia:
If you’re interested in learning more or purchasing go to their website.
You will need to buy the Starter Kit which includes the laser itself, the Glide Gel and the Oxygen Mist, cleaning cloth and charger along with LYMA membership card. Please note the price listed on their website ($2,499) is in USD so it will work out to be around $3700 AUD.