Let’s talk beauty tools. As with most things, there is a sea of tools to choose from and finding the ones that are worth the hype and money can be tricky…For me, using the correct tool on your skin can be just as beneficial as using a good cream pumped with powerful ingredients.
Our skin is delicate and ever-changing, so the way we treat and care for it is vital, whether that be something as simple as popping a spot correctly or using a tool to help increase lymph flow or blood circulation.
I always find taking time to really care about yourself and give your skin a bit of love is a nice to way to unwind and appreciate your amazing body…
As satisfying as it may be, using fingers to pop black and whiteheads can cause infections and long-term scarring. This tool lets you remove them safely and hygienically without damaging skin.
This round wooden brush, made with natural bristles, promotes lymph flow and buffs away dry skin.
Hand-carved from pure jade crystal this tool helps to increase blood circulation, refine and smooth the skin, as well as stimulate a variety of acupressure points.
This silk pillowcase will help protect your skin and maintain your hair whilst you sleep. Made from 100% pure mulberry silk it will also prevent your pillow from drawing moisture from your face.
This device helps to lift your face thanks to advanced ‘microcurrent’ technology (often referred to as a ‘natural facelift’). It emits extremely low-voltage electrical currents that mirror your body’s own natural currents, stimulating collagen and elastin production and repairing skin.
This silicone facial brush features softer silicone bristles than its predecessor, which direct up to 8000 T-sonic pulsations per minute to effectively lift away daily dirt, oil and make up residue.
This microneedle has 540 surgical steel needles with a length of 0.3mm. Combined with LED Therapy it can help boost the skin’s firmness and helps combat any blemishes.
The contents of this video are not intended to replace conventional medical or dermatological treatments and advice. Any suggestions made are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, condition or symptom. If you have any personal concerns please seek the advice of a healthcare practitioner.
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