The Best Skin-Care Tools and Devices to Try at Home
We rounded up 17 dermatologist- and editor-approved skin-care tools, including an LED mask that zaps away acne-causing bacteria, increases collagen production, and the appearance of fine lines over time.
Pop this surgical-grade steel Teresa Tarmey Cryo-Ball into the freezer for a cool 24 hours before use and then revel in the goodness of a cryotherapy facial right at home. Not only will it wake you up from a mental slumber, but it’ll also help reduce puffiness and sculpt the skin so it appears tighter and more lifted.
It also comes with a reusable silicone mask (syringed with pure hyaluronic acid), an exfoliating but gentle lactic acid toner, and hyaluronic acid gel to pair with the Cryo-Ball and help plump the skin with moisture.