When schedules and budget constraints rule, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands. In this instance, what matters is beauty. While we can all shorten our at-home rituals, what about when it comes to needing something more than a anti-aging cream or hair mask can provide? Technology, in the form of smart beauty devices, has answered the call for more dressing table DIY.
We found four smart beauty devices that translate to less travel and more me time.
At-Home Smart Beauty Devices You Will Love
Ziip: Ziip amounts to an easy facial. This sexy, sleek device relies on nanocurrents to interact with skin cells. It calms them down and then encourages them to produce more collagen and elastin. Ziip comes preloaded with the Energize Treatment — one of eight treatment programs available. You can download others through the Ziip app, including ones for dark circles and immediate lift. $495
BelleCore Bodybuffer: A Boston-based plastic surgeon, a medaled triathlete, and M.I.T. and Harvard trained engineers — the team behind BelleCore is impressive. Its body buffer offers vibration therapy, massaging for increased lymphatic drainage and diminished dimples. Treat cellulite and release tension from your muscles after a workout. $149
NIRA Skin Care Laser: Made in Massachusetts, this tiny skin-care smart beauty device targets crow’s feet with non-fractional and non-linear lasers. The pinpoint element gently heats the dermis for collagen production. Then it guides you with beeps for placement, even alerting you if you aren’t holding it at the right angle. $499
Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X: This handheld instrument uses the same Diode Laser Technology dermatologists rely on for permanent hair reduction. Translation: Its narrowly focused light beam disables the growth of hair follicles. All this hair-eliminating energy is FDA-approved. But, grays and blondes are out of luck — the Tria works best on naturally light brown to black hair. $449