As technology creeps into every part of society, our lives have gotten easier. You can see your front door from your phone, order anything to your house in a day thanks to Amazon, and social media’s made it easier than ever to find creative inspiration. But have you thought about the way that technology can help your skincare routine? Advanced technology has resulted in spa-level skincare devices that you can use at home whenever you feel like it.
Of course, I’m not saying steaming your skin in your bathroom will be quite as relaxing as a spa, but it’s nice to know you don’t have to book a weekend to have the radiant skin of your well-rested dreams. The NuFace Mini Toning Facial Device is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while improving skin brightness and tone. With regular use, of course.
First up, clean skin is happy skin. And nothing will get your skin cleaner than a Clarisonic brush. If you haven’t bought one yet, now is the perfect time to snag a Mia 3-in-1. It cleans 6 times better than your hands would, plus minimizes pores, under-eye puffiness, and firms up the contours of your face.
Once your face is fresh, you have options. Looking to get ready of some lingering peach fuzz? The Dermaflash 2.0 was created specifically for the sensitive skin and hair on your face, so you’re left with a completely smooth surface and radiant base for whatever makeup you’re about to put on.
Maybe it’s the end of the day, and you just want to do a little something that feels like a treat. Here’s where a rose quartz roller comes in handy. Keep it in the freezer so it’s nice and cold, and roll it all over your face. But always roll up! You never want to roll down, because gravity’s doing enough of that already. It’s also a great de-puffer after a night filled with too many margaritas. This gold-sculpting bar from celeb makeup artist Jillian Dempsey also vibrates, so it’s a workout for your face!
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