Five new game-changing gadgets; click here to read about each one on Beautezine!
The cleansing tool that spurred the trend has been revamped with a new feature to address the different cleansing needs of different areas of the face (and body!) with intuitive modes that are timed to perfectly cleanse without irritating the skin. Available at Sephora and online at sephora.com.
Tria Beauty Age-Defying Eye Wrinkle Correcting Laser, $249
Tria’s latest at-home fractional laser launch zeroes in on the windows to the soul, the eyes. The tool creates microscopic zones of cellular disruption in the skin of the undereye area to kickstart the skin’s ability to produce collage and repair the disrupted areas, resulting in fresh skin with fewer fine lines. Available at sephora.com.
Kat Burki Micro-Firming Wand, $85
This tiny gadget operates when it senses moisture in the skin and propels serums further into the skin with the help of microvibrations. This battery powered device requires no charging, nor does it have an on/off switch (it senses a complete current circuit when you use it on yourself). It helps to minimize the appearance of wrinkles while improving circulation. Available this month at nordstrom.com.
Conair Infiniti Pro The Ultimate Brush, $40 CA
This brush is essential for anyone who is plagued by frizz or static. With the flick of a switch, this battery-powered brush eradicates these two pesky and frustrating hair mishaps with the help of ions that neutralize static charge to leave hair smooth and shiny. It’s quite amazing! Available at londondrugs.com.
Sephora Shear Genius Eyebrow Trimmer, $20
While the lack of electricity may make these angled scissors seem a little rudimentary, these shears are anything but! Trimming your brows is now infinitely easier thanks to the detachable built-in comb that allows you to brush hairs up and trim in the direction of hair growth instead of against. Available at Sephora and online at sephora.com.