The Best Skincare Tech Devices To Personalize Your Beauty Routine

The Best Skincare Tech Devices To Personalize Your Beauty Routine
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Is your skincare routine not working for you? It may be time to add some tech devices to your beauty arsenal. Some tech tools can help to make your skincare products work better, while others can improve skin texture and make your skin look younger. Many people have discovered the benefits of using these gadgets, and it's the reason why the at-home skincare device market is currently worth billions of dollars. Sydney-based dermatologist Dr. Shreya Andric says that the pandemic is partly responsible for the growing demand for skincare tech tools. "This along with Instagram and TikTok videos have led people to experiment at home to try and recreate in-salon treatments," she adds.

Choosing the right skincare tech device may seem daunting, but it's really all about picking the one that addresses your skin concerns. To get the best skin ever, here are some skincare tech devices to personalize your beauty routine.

To Fight Acne

Before buying an at-home skincare device, you'll need to know your skin needs to get the best results. You can take a skin quiz or take a closer look in the mirror and observe skin texture, overall feel, and how your skin looks in general. For instance, if your skin is oily and is prone to blemishes, then you may need a device that balances skin and kills acne bacteria, and another one that reduces acne marks. You may also need a tool that gently extracts blackheads if you keep getting them on your face.  

First, to reduce oiliness and balance your skin, you'll need a non-oily cleanser and use it with a vibrating cleansing device, such as Foreo's Luna 4 Cleansing and Firming for Balanced Skin or a Clarisonic. After washing, extract blackheads with a smart blackhead remover, like Smartbud's Blackhead Pro, or a pore vacuum like the BeautyBio GloFacial Hydro-Infusion Deep Pore Cleansing Tool. This device also has a built-in blue LED to clarify skin. Meanwhile, the ZIIP Halo can get rid of acne-causing bacteria to keep blemishes at bay. Follow at-home treatments with an oil-free gel moisturizer to keep skin healthy and hydrated.

To Get Rid of Signs of Aging

Using wrinkle creams, serums, and actives like Retinol and Vitamin C can help to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. But to supplement your skincare routine, think about adding a microcurrent device into the mix. Not only does it help to stimulate collagen production, which can result in smoother and brighter skin, but it can also help to reduce sagging and howling. Although professional microcurrent devices are more powerful than at-home gadgets, they're still beneficial, and experts like NYC-based aesthetician Lara Kaiser recommend them to her clients in between treatments. With long-term use, you can have a fresher and more youthful appearance, and as Kaiser puts it, it's like having "a Pilates class for your face." Some of the best microcurrent devices in the market include the NuFace Trinity Facial Toning Device, the Solawave 4-in-1 Facial Wand, and the BALOOM Microcurrent Facial Massager.    

To Reduce Puffiness

Most people have a puffy face when they wake up in the morning due to fluid retention, while others get a swollen face due to certain foods, or slow-moving lymph fluids. To reduce puffiness, you'll need a device that encourages lymphatic drainage, such as the Joanna Vargas Magic Glow Gun. This tech tool moves fluid away from the skin to reduce swelling and give you a more sculpted look. Other skincare tech tools that will give the same effect include the Jillian Dempsey Gold Bar and the Nurse Jamie Uplift Massaging Beauty Roller. 

Take your skin health to the next level by investing in skincare devices. Remember to keep your skincare needs in mind before getting a device, and use it regularly to get good results.

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