As I mentioned earlier, I’ve been using this almost daily for the past 3 months. This is the standard time period in which results are said to be displayed.
The most immediate and noticeable result was a reduction in redness. My skin turns red quickly due to hypersensitivity and mild rosacea. Over the past three months, these recurrences have become less frequent, and I can’t remember the last time I was concerned about the color of my cheeks.
I often proactively apply a tinted moisturizer because I never know what causes my skin to turn pink. But now that I no longer live in fear of a relapse, I feel much more comfortable leaving the house without covering up. It sounds like a small thing, but as anyone with rosacea knows, the benefits are life-changing.
Next, I noticed that the fine lines on the side of my forehead and the wrinkles around my eyes had disappeared. Over the last few years I’ve been going back and forth between these areas trying to get a nice etch. Stay Pretty. And as I get older, regular ointments aren’t as effective as they used to be. This has significantly reduced the wrinkles, especially on my forehead.
The last time I noticed it was only recently when comparing before, during and after photos. There is a phenomenon called perceptual drift, which occurs when your appearance changes slowly over time. The improvement is so subtle that it is much harder for the brain to perceive it and fail to realize how dramatic the results really are.
So when I looked at my photos side by side, I couldn’t believe how soft my texture looked. I don’t think my texture was too rough to begin with, but in a recent photo (without makeup or filters) it looked very dewy and smooth.
I’m not the only one impressed with their laser results. “I recommend the LYMA laser to all my clients. This tool is one of a kind and I have never seen results like the LYMA laser. I think it’s worth it,” says the Czech.
As someone who works in skincare, taking time is just part of the job. But I can understand why people’s first reaction is shock. And for those of you who can’t fathom 30+ minute sessions every day, this is not for you. Not worth the money if you don’t intend to continue.
But if you’re committed and have the budget, it’s the most effective technology I’ve ever experienced.