5 Firming and De-Puffing Tools That Actually Make a Difference in How Skin Looks

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We spend enough hard-earned money on our skin-care products, do we really need to add an expensive tool to the mix, too? The short answer: it depends. Some tools promise the world but instead leave us staring in the mirror wondering if it’s actually doing anything. For an investment that will return tenfold, take these firming and de-puffing powerhouses out for a spin.

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Environ Cosmetic Gold Roll ($298)

Roll this microneedle-topped tool all over the skin—follow the directions closely—to create tiny microinjuries in the skin (this promotes natural collagen production) and to allow your skin-care products to sink in so much better.

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Georgia Louise Cryo Freeze Tools ($125)

Whether you’re trying to erase evidence of a late night or trying to take down a pimple, these freeze-and-use globes work wonders when a quick and effective de-puff is in order.


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Dr. Dennis Gross DRX Spectralite Faceware Pro ($435)

A splurge, yes, but worth every penny. Pop on this high-tech LED-powered mask while you watch your favorite show to slow production of wrinkles, clear blemishes and promote firmer skin with continued use.


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NuFACE Trinity ($325)

Just five minutes a day sculpts skin and smooths skin over time thanks to at-home microcurrent technology. The key to success here? Diligence. When you keep up with it, the change is so apparent.


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Jillian Dempsey Gold Sculpting Bar ($195)

Celebrities tuck this gold vibrating wand in their makeup bags for a quick sculpt, makeup artists use it to de-puff before glam and some derms use it while injecting to distract from the needle—either way you spin it, this Japanese-inspired tool has countless uses and an even longer list of fans.



Photo Credits: Jillian Dempsey

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