I need to have a chat with Debbie about this as I respect her views immensely but I can’t ignore my own experience of the Lyma (zero results). Plus, it makes enormous claims, claiming the sort of results that it normally takes several rounds of in-clinic treatment to achieve, and has the flimsiest scientific backup. And, despite making these claims, the company hasn’t seen fit to put the product through a single clinical trial or comparison with other devices. So, I don’t rate it and nor do my laser-manufacturer-acquaintances to whom I have grumbled about it. How can it produce enough power to give a result from a rechargeable battery? How can anything that has the power to genuinely improve the skin be safe to use around the eye without protection? And so on.
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