We spend enough hard-earned money on our skin-care products, so do we really need to add an expensive tool to the mix, too? The short answer: it depends. Some devices promise the world but fall short on its results. But for an investment that will return tenfold, take these firming and de-puffing powerhouses out for a spin.
Take the benefits of LED light below the neck with this flexible silicone panel that molds to fit any part of the body. In a three minute session—there’s also a 14-minute mode for anti-inflammatory benefits—red light works to stimulate collagen production while blue light helps to destroy acne-causing bacteria.
Stash this high-quality roller in the freezer and use it as the first step in your morning skin-care routine to roll away puffiness and fatigue.
SolaWave Wand ($149)
Weighing it at one ounce and not much thicker than a pencil, this pocket-sized tool packs a serious punch, combining the benefits of microcurrent, red light therapy, therapeutic warmth and facial massage for an all-around refreshed, more youthful-looking complexion.
Originally used to treat muscle pain, this device is powered by vibration and acoustic therapy and works to deliver a workout to your facial muscles for a more taut, toned appearance.
Lined with 540 tiny stainless-steel microneedling tips, this at-home tool works to gently penetrate the skin’s outermost layer to rev up collagen production. It can be used on the face, neck and chest; for use on the body, shop the brand’s body attachment.
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.
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