Make Your Move: The LYMA Guide to Gaining Your Advantage

This is the year you find your future self. Here's how you take control of your own destiny

3 Minute ReadHow To by David Levesley

21.12.21

Had enough of just coping? The time has come to think about who we want to be. To determine our own future in a world where we cannot control everything, but we can control ourselves.

With everyone hungry for post-stasis life, you're going to need a proven advantage to get there. We know of a really good one. Well, two really good ones.

Our Supplement is a category-defining formula of proven ingredients that work together to improve your sleep, mental health, mood, appearance and health. No one else is doing a product that is as effective, or bioavailable, as ours.

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Then there's our Laser, which revolutionises everything you thought you knew about skincare. All other at home beauty devices distress your skin for unsustainable benefits. LYMA worked with world leading scientists to bring medical-grade technology into your home.

Alongside our proven supplement, The LYMA Laser turns back the hands of time, using a laser so powerful it is proven to rejuvenate, smooth wrinkles and solves a host of skin problems from pigmentation to rosacea, acne to sun damage.

Alongside our inflammation-fighting duo, we've put together a toolkit of tops and tricks for giving 2022 the best start possible. Want to upgrade your body or your life? Want to be a better employee, parent or lover? We're here to do the hard work for you. All you have to do is succeed.

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How to build tiny habits and find new life hacks for 2022

New Year’s Resolutions are often too big and abstract to work with; we at LYMA believe in making tiny changes that grow exponentially with time, just like our Supplement’s benefits do. Whether you want to change your life or just gain more of an advantage, here’s our guide to optimising your latest developments.

To change up your nutrition, start with a healthy breakfast

If you think your diet might need some tweaking as you try to make your move to the front of the pack, it can feel daunting to swap your every culinary habit at once. Mike Molloy, a nutritionist who helps refine the meal plans of elite athletes, has a very simple starting point: switch up your mornings first, and the rest will follow.

The best advice for winter skin you've never heard

New Year’s Resolutions are often too big and abstract to work with; we at LYMA believe in making tiny changes that grow exponentially with time, just like our Supplement’s benefits do. Whether you want to change your life or just gain more of an advantage, here’s our guide to optimising your latest developments.


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