How effective are skin care beauty tools and devices, really? In an anti-ageing obsessed world, we're constantly being sold new beauty products that promise to change our lives. Whether it's a new-market skin cream being touted by celebrities near and far, or a bizarre facial technique popping onto our radars by way of Korea or Japan's skincare culture collective, the revolving door of beauty recommendations can be confusing.
The latest round of cosmetic crazes are in-home beauty gadgets.
Promising to tighten wrinkles, fight under eye circles and reduce acne, these tools—wands, masks, and handheld devices—have some very inviting selling points.
But not all tools are created equal. To sort the worthwhile from the ineffectual, we're breaking down each device.