Tech has always sought to push the bounds of how we approach everything and beauty is no stranger to this. Now including the use of even apps, the gadgets on the market today are better than ever for bolstering beauty.
Made from solid jade, these rollers are used to decrease dreaded under-eye circles, reduce puffiness, and iron out those frustrating fine lines that slowly creep their way further and further onto the face. This is done by stimulating circulation and the lymphatic system. According to legend, these items have been used since the 17th century by high-class Chinese women and have only now made their appearance in the U.S.
Harnessing the power of light, this tech is the latest in reigning in runaway acne. According to developers, the masks employ blue light to kill acne-causing bacteria and red light to reduce inflammation. It’s simple enough to use, requiring only a freshly cleaned face and 10 minutes of your time.
Wearable UV Sense
Launched just recently, La Roche-Posay’s UV Sense is a little tracker worn on your nail that pairs with an app. It collects information on what you’re doing and alerts you if you need to do more to protect your skin. The adhesive keeps the device on for about two weeks before needing more stickiness for reapplication. With the collected data, you’ll also be recommended beneficial beauty products based on the environment you’re forced to face regularly.
Finally ready for mass marketing, microcurrent devices are out in full, helping people who want firmer skin achieve their goals. Using metal spheres to conduct electric waves through the dermis and into the muscles, these little devices are ideal for minor toning and contouring.