Meet Nira, The First At-Home Lasers Clinically Proven To Reduce Wrinkles


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Meggen Harris

Founded by David Bean, a mechanical engineer who built his career on developing laser technologies, Nira launched its flagship product, Nira Precision in 2019. “After decades of developing and supplying leading dermatologists with laser chips for expensive and painful skin treatment systems, I decided it was time for something revolutionary: laser skin care that could deliver clinical-grade results at home without any of the pain, redness, or downtime.” Just recently, the brand launched its second device, Nira Pro that offers a larger treatment head for more versatility.

Both Nira lasers utilize a non-ablative and non-fractional laser technology that stimulates collagen production and promotes skin rejuvenation without damaging or removing the outer layer of the skin. “This type of laser delivers targeted thermal energy to the deeper layers of the skin, which stimulates collagen synthesis, improves skin texture, reduces wrinkles, and tightens the skin. With no impact on melanin in the skin, this technology is safe for all skin types and tones,” explains Bean. In comparison, most facial lasers for in-office or at-home are fractional or ablative. “Fractional or ablative lasers work by removing skin layers and destroying columns of tissue causing skin cells to die, which signals your body to produce more collagen to repair the damaged skin. This process often causes redness, scarring, inflammation, pain, and downtime.”