The 15 skin care tools that will make you age

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Most skin care tools promise to do a lot. Need of zap buttons? There is a tool for that. Sculpt sagging skin? There are also a few devices for this. Reduce black dots? Yes, a gadget can help. The technology is so advanced these days that there are so many options that claim to target the signs of aging like fine lines and wrinkles. Some are self-proclaimed better alternatives to in-office procedures like Botox injections.

But I know you are probably wondering, do they really job? A valid question, especially since many of these devices are not exactly the cheapest. Well, first of all, no tool or beauty product can really give you an entirely new skin, but there are plenty of effective devices that can bring you closer to you.

To help you shop smarter (and not waste your money on something completely worthless), take a look at some publisher favorite gadgets and devices that have some pretty amazing results below.

StackedSkincare Microneedling Tool 2.0

StackedSkincare Micro Needle Tool 2.0 ($ 125)

Full Disclosure: Thanks to genetics, I have pretty good skin to start with. But I decided to give this tool a try to give my skin a little more pep as it looked dull in quarantine. The microneedling tool exfoliates the skin, increases cell turnover, and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. After using it for a week, my skin looked like a baby’s which meant it was smoother, plumper and more glowing. Rolling a sharp object all over your face might seem a little weird and uncomfortable at first, but I got used to it, and the results were pretty cool!

NuFace Trinity Complete Facial Toning Kit

NuFace Trinity Complete Facial Toning Kit ($ 499)

Consider this one as one of the best performing multitasking devices. The kit comes with the Trinity Device and three accessories to tone the face and reduce wrinkles. There is an accessory for your face and neck, one for your lips and eyes, and another for targeting wrinkles. A review from Dermstore wrote: “I can’t lie – it’s a daily time commitment, and I’m not always perfect in my daily use. However, I see a difference in my skin when I use it regularly. . If you do this get into the habit of regular use, I think your skin will be gorgeous.

Dangshan Beauty Bar Facial Massager

Dangshan Facial massage at the beauty bar ($ 12)

This vibrating facial massager works to stimulate the skin to promote blood circulation, firmness and elasticity. Use it all over your face, from the cheeks to the forehead to the eye area. An Amazon reviewer said, “It’s amazing! On the first day of my use, I eliminated a large part of my neck. I am absolutely incredulous! It definitely firmed up my face. I am absolutely delighted to have found this… and at this price!

NuDerma Portable High Frequency Skin Therapy Wand

Nuderma Handheld High Frequency Skin Therapy Portable Wand ($ 40)

This skin wand promotes cell renewal and slows down the aging process. There are four different tips: an angled tube and a tongue tube for removing acne; a mushroom tube for the cheeks, forehead and jaw; and a comb tube to stimulate hair follicles.

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare DRx SpectraLite FaceWare Pro LED Light Therapy Device

Skin Care Dr Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite FaceWare Pro LED Light Therapy Device ($ 435)

Even though that price tag is pretty steep, Associate Beauty Editor Courtney Higgs says it really works: “This mask is life, and it’s from someone who doesn’t care. use skin care tools most of the time. I just got fooled by too many gimmicks and gimmicks and consider my time and money too valuable for these games. ” She was skeptical at first, but after using it for three minutes a day for a few months, she started to see noticeable results. The red and blue light device works to smooth and firm the skin, fight acne-causing bacteria, and help reduce dark spots.

Foreo Bear Facial Toning Device

Foreo Bear face toning device ($ 299)

You may be familiar with Foreo’s popular facial brushes, but now they are entering the toning game. Reduce fine lines and wrinkles on the face and neck with this microcurrent massager. A Sephora reviewer wrote: “I just started using Bear a few days ago, and wow! I am completely in love with this product. I am new to microcurrent technology and was initially nervous because I had read reviews of different microcurrent devices, and this One by far exceeded my expectations. I love Foreo included anti-shock technology. I felt so comfortable with this device knowing that I didn’t have to worry about skipping. More importantly, I am also starting to see improvement in the fine lines around my mouth, as they are already starting to fade. “

PMD Personal Microderm Pro

PMD Personal microderm Pro ($ 199)

If you can’t make it to your doctor’s office for microdermabrasion treatment, here’s your solution. The device leaves your skin fresh and glowing with weekly use. Not only does it have anti-aging benefits, but it can also help fight acne and large pores. A Sephora customer wrote: “I love this product. It works, but it takes some getting used to. The first time I used it I got a few scratches because I had left it in one place for too long. it works wonderfully. Definitely smoothes the skin and helps lighten dark spots and acne scars. “

Current device of Ziip Nano

Zip Nanocurrent device ($ 495)

Ziip’s wireless device uses nanocurrents to stimulate the skin, encourage collagen and elastin production, promote lymphatic drainage and circulation, and target acne-causing bacteria. The gadget comes with a gel to apply before use. Use it before cleansing and follow the rest of your skin care routine.

Nurse Jamie UpLift Facial Roller

Nurse Jamie UpLift Facial Massaging Beauty Roller ($ 69)

This tool has 24 massage stones which can energize and lift your skin. It’s almost like having a facial massage at home, but you’ll save a lot of money on treatments with this one. Use it on different areas of your face for 30-45 seconds.

LightStim white LED light therapy device

LightStim White LED light therapy device ($ 249)

LightStim’s device uses LED technology to treat wrinkles, smooth texture, even skin tone and reduce puffy dark circles under the eyes. It has a built-in three minute timer, so you’ll place it on the desired area of ​​your skin, and it will beep when you’re done so you can move on to the next spot. You can use it two to three times a week.

Rosenice Gua Sha Massage Tool

Rosenice Gua Sha massage tool ($ 9)

Branded Content Editor Caitie Schlisserman says this little tool does a lot of things: “It increases blood flow, which increases elastin and collagen, and also helps with lymphatic drainage. My face looks lifted after five minutes, morning and night. “

Quasar® Plus

Quasar® More ($ 229)

When I first saw this device I thought it was a handheld shower head. It is actually a high-tech device that uses LED light therapy to penetrate below the skin’s surface and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also improves blood flow and circulation and encourages cell renewal. And because of its size, you can use it on larger areas and shorten your processing time. A reviewer on Dermstore said, “This is, by far, the best investment in natural skin care I have ever purchased! It takes time, it really takes months before you start to see results, but it is totally worth it! I look at least five years younger since I started using it! “

Ora Electric Microneedle Derma Pen System

Ora Microneedle Derma Pen Electric Pen System ($ 82)

This microneedling pen has adjustable lengths (0.25mm to twomm) and five different speed settings, so you can customize it to your specific skin needs. You can use it on your face and body, and even on your scalp to stimulate hair growth. It is recommended to apply a serum or cream after treatment.

Joanna Vargas Magic Wand of Glow

Joanna Vargas Magic wand of glow ($ 285)

This wand has four different modes including hot and cold settings, so you can choose depending on the type of treatment you need. The hot mode cleanses the skin, while the cold and massage mode reduces puffiness and firms.

SpectraLite EyeCare Pro LED Device Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare

Skin Care Dr Dennis Gross SpectraLite EyeCare Pro LED Device ($ 159)

If you are concerned about fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, this light therapy device can help. Simply place the device on the eye area and let it work its magic for three minutes. A Sephora reviewer wrote: “I was skeptical about buying this product given the price, but I’m shocked to see that the ’11 lines’ between my eyes have shrunk considerably. I also see a new fullness / plumpness around my eyes, especially my smile lines. “

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