High-Tech Beauty

See what's to come for the future of beauty

Although the best beauty endeavors may be zero-tech, we have to acknowledge that technology is relevant in beauty; from anti-aging to bad hair and all the beauty maladies in between. Here are some of the best high-tech beauty gadgets that promise to solve your biggest beauty challenges. 
 
The New Face of Beauty Masks
The mask of the future is here! Foreo’s UFO is a hand-held device that combines LED light therapy (age-defying red, brightening green, and acne-fighting blue), cryotherapy and thermotherapy (cold and hot, respectively), and T-sonic pulsations. The kicker? This less-mess process takes a total of 90 seconds!

Skin Upgrade
This little gadget is the jam. The Lancer Microcurrent Power Boost is a little gold wand (no, it's not solid Gold; it’s Germanium) and the brainchild of celebrity dermatologist, Dr. Harold Lancer. It helps stimulate collagen production by gently massaging skin with an electrical field that activates the underlying facial muscles, improving circulation. 
 
Quick Dry
The Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer or as I like to call it, the Holy Grail of hair drying, is groundbreaking. It dries hair unbelievably fast and has incredible temperature control. It’s also extremely lightweight, which is great for those of us with a little more to dry up top. 
 
Lighten Up on Acne 
The FDA-approved reVive Poof is a tiny hand-held on-the-go device. It uses medical-grade LED light to destroy acne-causing bacteria, reduce inflammation and minimize pores. This quick treatment is small enough to slip into a backpack or purse and reduces swelling, purifies the skin, and stabilizes oil glands, too!
 
Brushing Up on the Cutting Edge
Keep your brushes (and your face) clean with the new StylPro Makeup Brush Cleaner and Dryer. Just mix the StylPro Cleansing Solution with water in the specially designed bowl, give your brushes a quick dip and watch the your brushes clean and dry in seconds. 
 
Surreal Sun Care
A manicure that can save you from sunburn? La Roche-Posay recently debuted UV Sense, adhesive nail art that tracks your UV exposure. Combined with an app, UV Sense provides sun info that tells you when to get in the shade or apply more sunscreen. It will be available on a limited basis this summer and a global launch is coming next year

Victoria Clayton is a Southern California-based writer who has contributed to TheAtlantic.com, The Los Angeles Times, Redbook, Self and many other publications. She was a health and parenting columnist for MSNBC.com.  She’s a wife, mom, small business owner, intrepid cook and yoga lover. 

 

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