Sienna Miller Swears By This At-Home Beauty Treatment – Just Like So Many Other A-Listers

It promises clinical-grade technology from the comfort of your own home – but does it actually deliver?

Sienna Miller

by Sameeha Shaikh |
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There are few products on the market which can claim the unwavering support of serious beauty buffs, skincare experts and A-listers but the Lyma Laser is no ordinary beauty buy. Firmly establishing itself as the crème de la crème of at-home beauty tech, it is famed for being the first clinical-grade laser cleared for home use – and it has the high price point to prove it. Coming in at an eye watering £1,999, it works at a cellular level, deep under the skin's surface to regenerate and repair, with seriously impressive results. Sienna Miller is the latest celebrity to pledge her allegiance to the new-gen device.

It is no wonder the laser has fast-become a go-to for celebrities. Expert A-list esthetician Joanna Czechhas been using the laser on her clientele since its inception in a bid to get their skin red carpet-ready. 'The LYMA Laser is the perfect tool for red carpet events and my go-to device for my most celebrated clients. The Laser has the power to give an instant glow, reduce redness and deliver firmer, tighter skin,' Czech says.

It's found its way into the personal beauty kits of the rich and famous, too. Everyone from Gwyneth Paltrow to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Victoria Beckham vouch for the brand and its coveted offerings, which include an all-in-one supplement, epigenetic skincare and two revolutionary lasers: the Lyma Laser and the Lyma Laser Pro. Most recently, it was Sienna Miller who gave Lyma's first generation laser the seal of approval.

Speaking during a recent Inside my beauty bag video with Harper's Bazaar, Miller says, 'this is really expensive but it's fantastic,' while clutching the device in her hands. 'Its the Lyma Laser and I was very fortunately given this and I think it really works, I really do. And it's quite nice to sit in front of the telly and just kind of rub it on your face with whatever product you have, they do make their own products as well.'

But what is it that makes this not-so-secret secret skincare weapon so good that it has managed to capture the hearts of so many? Here's everything you need to know.

What is the Lyma Laser?

Lyma has made a name for itself for producing high performance at-home beauty tech, but it was an all-in-one industry-shaking supplement that the homegrown British brand first launched to market with. The brand continued the trend, by creating a revolutionary inclusive skin treatment for at home use: the Lyma Laser.

Developed for the medical industry, it is known to be the world's most powerful at-home beauty device, which uses the power of low-level-laser technology (LLLT) to target the deepest layers of skin fat and muscle tissue in order to deliver transformative results, from reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, to banishing pigmentation, blemishes and redness.

Another benefit associated with consistent use of the Lyma Laser is tightening sagging skin. Plastic surgeon, Dr Graeme E. Glass PhD, explains, 'the LYMA Laser PRO can help lift, sculpt, and tighten the skin by reinforcing the extracellular matrix, empowering the skin to regain youthful elasticity.' The LYMA Laser PRO, £4,995, is the newest laser technology to join the brand's at-home beauty tech portfolio.

Unlike other laser technology on the market, which isn't always recommended for deep skin tones due to concerns over risks of scarring, the inclusive device can be used on black and brown skin tones as the Lyma Laser doesn’t rely on damaging skin in order to renew it. Refreshingly, it is safe to use on all skin types and tones.

How does the Lyma Laser work?

The LYMA Laser has solved the problem of secluding laser technology to the clinical space by combining a coherent, continuous and ultra-diffused 500mW laser that bio-stimulates (808nm) the skin's deepest layers with four red LED lights (620nm). The breakthrough technology creates long-lasting, infra-red stimulation to restore biological function to trigger cell growth and repair, while attempting to reverse the skin ageing process. Think of it as a pain-free cold laser that recharges cells rather than causing pain or damage.

Instead of damaging skin in order to stimulate collagen production, Lyma's laser technology penetrates the skin in order to remodel and rebuild it from the base up, without causing any damage to cells in the process. In fact, it's so safe you can use around the delicate eye area without goggles.

Yes, there are plenty of LED masks on the market, but the difference here is, unlike other devices that have a fleeting superficial and surface level effect, the Lyma Laser delivers constant laser power and penetrates every layer of the skin for long-lasting results.

Shop: The Lyma Laser

Lyma Laser
Price: £1,999

Up to 100x more effective than LED devices, this clinical-grade laser tool for at-home use works at the deepest layers of the skin, targeting fat and muscle to trigger cellular-level energy production. The result? Skin rejuvenation on many counts, from the reduction of the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles to combatting pigmentation and blemishes.

Sameeha Shaikh is Grazia UK's Beauty Writer, working across all categories to bring you insights on the latest trends, industry news and the products you need to know about, viral or not (most probably viral).


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