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8 Must-Have Beauty Gadgets That Actually Work

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Lotions and potions are so old school! The future of skincare is high-tech. Whether you need to bust a pimple, get rid of body hair for good, or give your pearly whites their luster back, there’s a device that can help. But which ones are worth the splurge? Here are the top 8 must-have beauty gadgets that will really solve all your beauty woes (and turn your vanity into a cool spaceship!):

#1. PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser ($499.00)Screen Shot 2015-09-13 at 15.31.35

Our eyes are the windows to our souls. Too bad they’re often flanked by crow’s feet! But, don’t worry. PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser takes care of them. This FDA-approved device uses narrowly spaced micro-beams of laser energy to stimulate collagen production. Bye bye crow’s feet!

#2. Tria 4x At-Home Hair Removal Laser ($449.99)

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Why can’t body hair just disappear?! If you can’t shave it off faster than it grows back, try Tria 4x At-Home Hair Removal Laser. It targets darker hair pigment (so it’s not suitable for darker skintones, sorry!), killing hair in its tracks. You need multiple treatment to see results, but it’s worth the hassle in the end.

#3. Tanda Zap Acne Spot Treatment Device ($49.00)

Pimples have a knack for rearing their ugly heads at the most unsuitable moments. So annoying! Concealer can help, but wouldn’t it be better to just make them vanish? Tanda Zap Acne Spot Treatment Device does just that. It combines the same powerful blue light technology used by dermatologists with sonic vibration and gentle warming to get rid of pimples in 24 hours. And without pain too!

#4. Tanda Red Light Therapy Photofacial ($175.00)

Addicted to RED Light Phototherapy? Can’t blame you. These rays of red light can stimulate collagen and elastin production, firm skin, and even repair sun damage. Now, thanks to Tanda RED Light Therapy Photofacial you can do the facial safely from the comfort of your own home. So convenient!

#5. PMD Personal Microderm Microdermabrasion ($179.00)

No need to go to the doctor for your microdermabrasion treatment anymore! PMD Personal Microderm Microdermabrasion uses the same aluminum oxide crystals professionals employ to exfoliate your face. It softens and smoothes skin, evens out its tone, and makes pores look smaller too! Hello, gorgeous!

#6. GLO Brilliant Personal Teeth Whitening Device ($199.00)

Are you pearly whites really white? Probably not. If you’d like to give them some polish and shine, give GLO Brilliant Personal Teeth Whitening Device a go. It uses blue light, rather than harsh peroxide, so it’s much gentler than most whitening treatments on the market. But it still works like a charm!

 

#7. Foreo Luna ($199.00)Screen Shot 2015-09-13 at 15.27.51

This brush is made of silicone rather than nylon, which is very gentle on the skin. It still takes everything off. Makeup, impurities, dead cells, grime… they all disappear. And did I mention one of its sides is specifically designed to help your skincare products better absorb into your skin?

#8. Therapy RX Moisture Boosting Tool ($200.00)

Therapy RX Moisture Boosting Tool looks like another flat iron, but it’s so much more powerful than that. It uses infrared light and ultrasonic vibration to help treatment products, such as hair masks, work better and more quickly. It’s perfect for lazy girls who can’t be bothered to leave their hair mask on overnight.

What are your must-have beauty gadgets? Have you tried any of these?

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Giorgia is a freelance writer and blogger living in London, UK. She's passionate about beauty, personal development, and empowering women to be the best they can be, both inside and out.

2 Comments

  1. Mandy says

    That sounds interesting! I would really like to try the Teeth whitening device, unfortunately i can’t afford it :(

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