‘Tis the season for self-care. And with more leisure time to introduce new habits you can eventually maintain year-round, there’s no time like the present to expand your beauty repertoire. More convenient and less cost-prohibitive than treatments at a spa or dermatologist’s office, at-home skin-care devices offer undeniable appeal for maintaining a glowing complexion. From a high-tech cleansing brush to an Instagrammable LED mask, here are six DIY devices best enjoyed from the comfort of your own home.
Clarisonic Mia Prima 1-Speed Sonic Facial Cleansing Brush
To lift away every last bit of tinted moisturizer and SPF after a long summer’s day, Clarisonic’s latest cleansing brush is more pared-back than other models, but still gentle and effective for a brighter, smoother complexion. For beginners, the Mia Prima also has a soft start feature that helps skin adjust to its gradually increasing sonic-vibration technology.
Foreo Luna for Ultra-Sensitive Skin
Cautious about irritating sensitive skin? This Swiss-designed silicon disc keeps abrasion to a minimum with smooth ridges that utilize T-sonic pulsations to assist in deep cleansing and exfoliation.
NuFace Trinity Facial Toning Device
A supermodel favorite, this FDA-approved micro-current massager stimulates facial muscles to firm, tone, and contour the face. Think: Lifted brows, sharper cheekbones, and a more sculpted jawline after one 10-minute session.
Dermasmoothe Pro 7 Color LED Face Mask
Prime bait for Instagram, this cult K-beauty LED light therapy mask offers seven different color options for targeted skin responses, including red to stimulate collagen, blue to fight acne, and yellow to reduce the appearance of fine lines.
Nurse Jamie Uplift Massaging Beauty Roller
Designed by L.A.-based nurse and aesthetician Jamie Sherrill to mimic techniques she uses during her coveted treatments, this hexagonal wand is adorned with tourmaline quartz stones that drain excess fluid, release tension, and soften fine lines.