CC’s Favorite Gadgets
No matter your age, having a toned and glowing complexion is a pursuit we all seem to be chasing. There was a time when achieving a toned, contoured face meant one was left pondering the unimaginable facelift.
Lucky for us, advancements within the beauty industry have made facial treatments, once exclusively available through a dermatologist or esthetician, readily accessible to everyone.
I’ve shared before my fervent belief in skin health. The best makeup can’t begin to mask unhealthy skin. Alongside my favorite serums, toners, and creams, I have an arsenal of facial tools I use to tone and sculpt my face. From facial ice globes to red light therapy, these gadgets will help tone your face while achieving a radiant complexion.
Ice, Ice, Baby!
Face feeling a bit puffy? Just chill! Facial ice globes are a favorite and a great way to depuff your face. They also help to reduce inflammation and improve circulation. One of the best facial ice globes I’ve discovered are the Ice Globes from SAIAN. These globes are made of high-quality stainless steel with removable silicone handles to keep your hands from freezing over.
Another great option is the Cryo Glow Globes by Jenny Patinkin. These hand-blown glass harness the power of cryotherapy in an ergonomic design. I like to keep these in the refrigerator and after cleansing my face in the morning, I glide the pair along my temples, and under my eyes for a cool boost of depuffing power.
Light Me Up!
I can’t say enough about light therapy! Red light therapy helps to reduce inflammation and promote collagen production.
The LYMA Laser by LYMA is a hundred times more powerful than LED. The breakthrough ultra-diffused lens delivers targeted, controlled power through all the layers of the skin. This is the Rolls Royce of red light.
It operates at 808nm wavelength, allowing it to safely reach not only the deepest layers of the skin but also the fat and muscle tissue underneath.
A few facts: it’s the world’s most powerful at-home laser. It’s powerful enough to reach the base layer of the skin. It addresses all signs of aging, wrinkles, skin elasticity, texture, tone, and more. It’s suitable for all skin tones. Plus, it’s pain-free and safe around the eyes, with no goggles necessary. Currently, I am using the Lyma to treat sagging skin and my occasional rosacea, and am excited to see the results over time.
Another favorite is the Celluma PRO which provides professional results at home thanks to its domed design. It is lightweight and portable, making it easy to place the Celluma PRO anywhere on the body that needs light therapy.
A more affordable and introductory device is the LUCE® 4T THERAPY MICROCURRENT WAND by LUCE Beauty. It utilizes four therapies (microcurrent, LED, sonic vibration, and heat) to restore elastin and reduce the appearance of acne scars and wrinkles.
Having a dewy and toned complexion is within reach with these tools that support our natural beauty. By customizing your skincare and incorporating a beauty device you can begin to see results that in the past were not achievable. Although these tools can be an investment, they do make at-home professional treatments possible.