As ever smarter, smaller technology transforms the way we live, innovation naturally translates into an ever-improving field of smart skin care tools to transform our complexion – no trip to the dermatologist. is required. From a collagen-producing microneedling tool to a powerful antibacterial light and a lot in between, here, 17 of the best skin care tools that prove the future of beauty is only brightening up.
Best tools for lifting
NuFace’s microcurrent tooth massager, adored by stars like Riverdale‘s Madeline PetschâStimulates facial muscles in five to 20 minute sessions, leaving the complexion firmer and more toned. Apply a conductive gel before use so that the rollers glide easily on the skin.
NuFace Trinity Facial Toning Device
$ 325.00, AMAZON
REFA carat face
$ 220.00, REF
Best tools for cleaning
Trying to keep breakouts at bay? Take your cleansing routine to the next level with dermatologist-approved devices that take facial washing to the next level. Combining Swedish design with sonic cleaning technology, Foreo’s pulsating disc is covered with antibacterial silicone nubs that help remove impurities from the pores without rubbing aggressively. Proactiv’s facial cleansing brush provides deep cleansing and its exfoliating bristles, designed with sensitivities in mind, make skin smoother and softer to the touch.
Proactiv Facial Cleansing Brush
$ 36.00, PROACTIVE
Foreo LUNA Mini 3
$ 119.00, FOREO
Best tools for lightening and anti-aging
Do you have fine lines and dull skin? Long hailed for their powerful results, LED lights treat a range of skin care problems in 10 minutes or less per day. Blue light decreases acne breakouts, red stimulates the skin’s collagen production and helps reduce hyperpigmentation, while yellow decreases inflammation and can even soothe sore muscles. Dr. Dennis Gross Skin Care Delivers Equally Powerful Benefits With Hands-Free Mask Designed For Netflix Marathons, While New York City Dermatologist Ellen marmur has created a line of targeted sheet masks that become all the more powerful when worn in conjunction with its new, state-of-the-art lightweight machine.
The MMSphere 2.0
$ 795.00, MM SKIN CARE
Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare SpectraLite Faceware Pro
$ 435.00, DR. DENNIS RAW SKIN CARE
Dermashine Pro Wireless 7 Color LED Face Mask
$ 100.00, DERMASHINE
Best tools for pore re-texture
If your resolutions for 2020 include a ‘no pore left behind’ mantra, consider these two helpful tools: Dermaflash’s two-in-one sonic extractor first gently removes pesky blackheads, then helps push the serum into the skin. skin. The Glopro, a cult micro needle The tool promotes wound healing to stimulate cell renewal and collagen production.
Beautybio Glopro Microneedling Facial Regeneration Tool
$ 199.00, BEAUTYBIO
Dermaflash Dermapore Ultrasonic Pore Extractor and Serum Infuser
$ 99.00, DERMAFLASH
Best tools for sculpting
Imitate the hands of Hollywood’s most requested people facialists with these sculpting and toning devices for the face that contour the cheekbones, lift the jaws and massage the thick eyebrows. Jillian Dempsey’s vibrating tool relaxes tense muscles for a smoother appearance, while acclaimed esthetician Joanna Czech’s aluminum massager stimulates circulation and nurse Jamie’s lifting roller allows creams to penetrate deeper into the skin. the skin.
Czech facial masseur Joanna
$ 189.00, CZECH JOANNA
Nurse Jamie Uplift Massaging Beauty Roller
$ 69.00, NURSE JAMIE
Jillian Dempsey Golden Carving Bar
$ 195.00, JILLIAN DEMPSEY
Best tools for pockets
Puffy eyes are no match gua sha, like the rose quartz tool from Kora Organics. Translated directly as “scratching,” the traditional Chinese tool can increase blood flow, drain the lymphatic system, and tone skin tone when moved across the skin in rapid movements.
Kora Organics Rose Quartz Heart Gua Sha Face
$ 58.00, ORGANIC KORA
Amethyst Mount Lai Gua Sha Facial Lifting Tool
$ 34.00, MONT LAI
Best tools for inflammation
Fight redness, reduce inflammation and eliminate puffiness with a session of ice therapy. There’s the cult frozen It-Brit facial ball Teresa Tarmey, the stainless steel solution from Stackedskin, and the globe massagers from Aceology (a Tracee Ellis Ross favorite) âall designed to be kept in the freezer before use for the ultimate in circulating-cold blood shake.
Pfefe Ice Globes Facial Skin Care Tools
$ 25.00, PFEFE
BeautyBio Skin Icing cryogenic roller
$ 85.00, BEAUTYBIO
Aceology Blue Ice Globe Facial Massager
$ 54.00, ACEOLOGY
Originally appeared on Vogue