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This new at-home laser beauty device can treat cellulite and other skin concerns — and it’s safe for Asian skin

Laser brand Lyma is beloved by Hollywood A-listers like Kate Hudson and Gwyneth Paltrow.

LYMA launches new Laser Pro, reducing sagging skin, cellulite and bingo wings in as little as 30-days. (PHOTO: LYMA)
Lyma launches new Laser Pro, reducing sagging skin, cellulite and bingo wings in as little as 30-days. (PHOTO: Lyma)

By: Isabella Noyes

Home laser treatments have long been loved for their ability to conveniently remove body hair without having to go into a clinic. Given their widespread popularity, it's no surprise that the use of home beauty devices has expanded to treat other skin concerns, such as fine lines and wrinkles, scarring, sun damage, and even texture. Now, you can achieve smooth and glowing skin on your face while binge-watching your favourite TV shows from the comfort of your sofa.

One popular brand leading the laser movement is Lyma, a UK-based company dedicated to delivering skincare innovations that are backed by scientific evidence. Creating clinical-grade products in close development with experts, it’s even beloved by A-listers Kate Hudson and Gwyneth Paltrow.

Following the success of the Lyma Laser, the brand has recently unveiled its revolutionary new cosmetic laser, the Laser Pro. Taking four years to develop, the Laser Pro holds the title of the world's most powerful skin laser and can be used on the face and body. While it has been created for clinical use, it’s safe enough to be used at home.

Marking a new era for zero damage face and body laser transformation, Lyma Laser Pro has been created for professional clinic use, but is safe enough to be used at home. (PHOTO: Lyma)
Marking a new era for zero damage face and body laser transformation, Lyma Laser Pro has been created for professional clinic use, but is safe enough to be used at home. (PHOTO: Lyma)

Said to be 700 times stronger than your average at-home laser brand, this state-of-the-art beauty device combines the power of three Lyma lasers into one. It’s even three times bigger – meaning it can cover larger areas of skin – and is believed to provide results three times faster.

The Laser Pro is engineered to effectively treat skin concerns associated with ageing. The device can regenerate skin and muscle tissue, tighten the skin and tackle pigmentation, redness, cellulite and scarring — producing salon-worthy results in just 30 days.

With plenty of jaw-dropping before-and-after shots, it’s safe to say Lyma's all-new laser device doesn’t mess around. The laser range comes recommended by various plastic surgeons, dermatologists and aestheticians, with their patients and customers celebrating their newfound confidence.

Great news for those with Asian or darker skin, Lyma's Laser Pro has been found safe to use. While those from Asian backgrounds are often advised to steer clear of laser treatment – due to a higher risk of scarring or pigmentation – the device’s zero-damage laser makes it the perfect match.

Lyma Laser Pro has 3x the power of the original Lyma Laser and is proven to increase skin elasticity by over 103% in just 30-days. (PHOTO: Lyma)
Lyma Laser Pro has 3x the power of the original Lyma Laser and is proven to increase skin elasticity by over 103% in just 30-days. (PHOTO: Lyma)

According to Lyma, in-clinic laser treatments in the past have relied on the stress damage response to promote healing. In short, this means the lasers purposefully cause damage, forcing the skin cells to repair themselves, which in turn leads to renewal.

However, some skin tones and types are more susceptible to scarring. This type of treatment should typically never be used on Asian skin, which is scientifically proven to be more prone to scarring. Unlike other lasers, Lyma's laser technology uses a coherent polarised laser light, which causes no damage to cells. Translation? It’s suitable for all skin tones and types.

The Laser Pro penetrates up to 10cm into the skin, transforming it from the inside out with no pain or discomfort. The polarised coherent laser light operates at a precise 808NM wavelength to target the fibroblasts, triggering regeneration and renewal. Fibroblasts, the main type of cell present in the dermis, play a pivotal role in the bioengineering of skin. In other words, the laser sends a healing laser power deep into your skin, transforming your cells as it works.

Ready to begin your skin journey? With shipping to Singapore, grab the Lyma Laser Pro for approximately S$8,419 here.

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