Best beauty tools and gadgets

From at-home light therapy to automated exfoliation devices are fast brining the spa at home.

If you’ve never used something other than your hands or maybe a washcloth on your face, you may find high-tech beauty devices intimidating, especially if you’re the opposite of a skincare addict. Skincare can actually be fun and gives you the feeling that you’re doing the most you can for your skin.

Fashion Collection brings you the best of beauty gadgets.

Facial Toning Device

The “toning” device is designed to address such aging concerns as fine lines, wrinkles and facial contour, all the while improving overall skin tone through the use of microcurrent technology. Not too harsh on the skin, it still gives results, from a visible lift in the eyes and jawline to firmer and tighter skin quality.

Blue Light

The blue light treatment is good for acne patients as part of their whole skincare routine. Light therapy is especially useful for people who need an alternative to topical or oral treatments. It reduces the appearance of their blackheads and whiteheads, and improves the texture of their skin. It takes about four weeks before improvements are noticeable.

LED Anti-Aging Device

LED device is known for its versatility. The device’s red light is meant to boost collagen production and reduce the appearance of fine lines. It is also useful for reducing inflammation and redness when used with a solid acne regimen.

Face mask

The most dramatic-looking item is the face mask that uses LED light therapy mask uses both red and blue lights to kill acne-causing bacteria and reduce redness. It provides smooth, even out and clear skin with 10 weeks of use. It also reduces inflammation, hyperpigmentation, and the appearance of acne scars.

Brush Massager

This is easily the lowest-tech item that is meant to be used with a cleanser of your choice, the massager’s pulsing mechanism enhances the exfoliating effects of its brush’s nubby texture and leaves the skin feeling deeply clean. It fits into the contours and creases of their face, while those with sensitive skin praised its various pulsation settings, the gentlest of which didn’t irritate their skin.