The soft, silicone treatment head on Nu Skin ageLOC LumiSpa ($199) feels like a facial massage and the patent-pending micropulse oscillation technology is proven gentler than rotating and vibrating brushes.
The closest thing we can get to professional dermaplaning at home, Dermaflash LUXE ($199) gets rid of peach fuzz gently and safely, so not only can skin can soak up products better, but makeup also applies better, too.
The easiest way to turn your skin-care routine into a self-care ritual? Apply your products with the Anisa Beauty All-Over Treatment Brush ($25)—the silicone reservoir in the center holds the perfect amount of cream or serum for zero mess.
Not your average gua sha stone, the stainless-steel Pause Well-Aging Fascia Stimulating Tool ($115) boasts the distinction of a Class 1 medical device. Glide it all over the face to trigger lymphatic drainage and wipe out puffiness.
The OG microcurrent device that continues to wow us, NuFACE Trinity Facial Toning Device ($325) delivers supercharged microcurrents to the facial muscles to visibly sculpt, lift and iron out the look of fine lines.
SkinLab Trilogy Wand ($225) combines LED light, heat, cryo and ionic lymphatic massage into one handheld device that not only wins high marks in the “bring the spa home” category, but also the “I can’t believe my skin looks this good” one.
They sort of fall in the “who knew I needed this” category (sorry dear Sonage), but the Frioz Ice Globes ($60)provide significant depuffing action with a side of much-needed self-care— and they’re much more fun than cold spoons.