Stars like Gwyneth Paltrow love this at-home skincare device: ‘Best things I’ve ever used’

With a packed schedule of on-camera duties, stars are often laser-focused on their skincare routines.

And while they have access to the best beauty pros in the business, famous folks like Kim Kardashian and Sofia Richie also take matters into their own hands with treatments like the Lyma Laser ($2,695).

The much-discussed device — the world’s first at-home medical-grade laser tool — appeared in Richie’s recent TikTok, where she went so far as to say she “cannot function without” it.

“Within a week, this transformed my skin; it’s such a great product,” she continued to rave, adding that she “cannot say enough good things about it.”

Other reported fans include Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow, the latter of whom once told Vogue that “it’s really good and gentle.”

Meanwhile, Kate Hudson put hers to use on-camera in an Instagram video, gushing, “not an ad, just telling you this is one of the best things I’ve ever used on my face”

Sofia Richie holding up the Lyma laser to her face
Richie demonstrated the device in a recent video. sofiarichiegrainge/Tiktok

The device — billed as 100 times “more powerful than an LED face mask” — is also a go-to for Hollywood aestheticians like Joanna Czech, who put its powers to use on Jennifer Aniston, Minnie Driver, and Camila Morrone before the 2024 Golden Globes.

“It helps calm and soothe imperfections, and I also see a tightening effect on the skin,“ Czech told People of the device, which is designed to reach the base layer of skin to target signs of aging, pigmentation, scars and blemishes.


Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston’s facialist Joanna Czech got her Golden Globes-ready with the tool WireImage

You needn’t have a red carpet invite or glam pros on your payroll to try it out for yourself, however, as New York Post’s Updates Editor Holley Coley found when she put it to the test last month.

“For the person who doesn’t have access to skilled providers or wants to keep things as natural as possible, the initial investment may pay for itself in the long run,” she wrote.