So you’ve got your skincare routine in check. Congrats! Now, shake things up with elite facial massagers, cleansing devices and spa-worthy beauty devices and tools.
Not seeing results even though you’ve been good to your skin by acing that seven-step skincare routine? Or maybe you’re an avid beauty junkie who simply loves to geek out at high-tech beauty devices? Whether it’s making use of modern technology or going back to your roots with traditional techniques, these beauty tools can elevate your regime with just the push of a button.
Best beauty devices and tools
1. PMD Clean Pro RQ Facial Cleansing Device
You can double cleanse the heck out of your face, but sometimes, using your hands just won’t cut it. This facial cleansing device has SonicGlow Technology and ActiveWarmth heat therapy to eradicate grime and oil within your pores, allowing the skin to absorb products. The ultra-hygiene silicone material is also odour-resistant, antibacterial, hypoallergenic and waterproof. Once your skin is squeaky clean, gently massage your serums into your face with the rose quartz side.
PMD Clean Pro RQ Facial Cleansing Device, $269, available online and at Sephora stores
2. Frank Skincare Rose Quartz Mushroom
Frank Skincare’s Rose Quartz Mushroom holds the same benefits as a jade roller or gua sha but the handy mushroom shape tackles the delicate eye area. Gently press and roll the mushroom around the eyes to reduce puffiness, ease wrinkles and increase blood circulation. The beauty tool comes in a handy bag and there’s also a video tutorial to guide you through the facial massage.
Frank Skincare Rose Quartz Mushroom, $38, available online
3. Refa Carat Ray Face massager
Some may scoff at the price of the Reface Carat Ray Face massager but we say it’s an investment. This baby features a wider solar panel so a larger amount of microcurrent is sent to your face, yielding faster and more effective results. The double drainage rollers are strategically designed to fit into the contours of your face and décolletage. It also works for double chin, frown or laugh lines and saggy skin around the forehead. You gotta use it religiously to see results.
Refa Carat Ray Face massager, $330, available online and at Sephora stores
4. Foreo UFO 2
This handy beauty device provides a spa-worthy treatment in just two minutes. It’s all thanks to thermo-therapy to soften and prep the face and neck, T-Sonic pulsations to help absorb the good stuff you’re piling on, a full spectrum light therapy with various skin benefits, and a cooling cryo-therapy to depuff your skin.
Foreo UFO 2, $320, available online
5. Dyson Supersonic
We’ve heard multiple reviews about the Dyson Corrale. Though we’re not fully sold on it yet, we’re still obsessed with the Dyson Supersonic. So why shouldn’t you sleep on it? This pimped up hairdryer has a digital motor that spins up to 110,000rpm and Air Multiplier technology that produces a high-pressure jet of controlled air. The result? Dry, shiny and heat-controlled hair in under 10 minutes. It comes with five different styling attachments to suit your hair type.
Dyson Supersonic, $649, available online and at multiple locations including Funan, Nex and Funan
6. Curicare Haru LED Mask
As far as beauty tools go, this gets an A+ for its sleek and futuristic look. The mask comes with four modes for a customised treatment: daily, calming, secret and rhythm. It’s recommended to use one mode for two weeks to yield the best results, so start with the “daily mode”. This one’s known to improve skin elasticity and collagen. Cool red light beams penetrate deep into the skin to improve the absorption of skincare. The mask also balances excess sebum, which is great for oily skin. After using the mask for about three weeks, you’ll notice supple skin, less sebum and a slight lift around your cheeks and neck. Yes, the mask covers the neck area, too.
Curicare Haru LED Mask, $619, available online
7. Mount Lai The Jade Facial Spa Set
This traditional method was once popular among Chinese empresses in the seventh century. Today, jade face rollers and gua shas are all the rage. In fact, they’re one of the basic beauty tools on our vanity table. Both are known to reduce puffiness, create a lifting effect, improve blood circulation, promote lymphatic drainage and reduce water retention. We recommend using a facial oil or serum for better absorption. Now, if we only had someone to do a facial massage for us every night…
Mount Lai The Jade Facial Spa Set, $76, available online and at Sephora stores
8. Skin Inc’s Optimizer Voyage Tri-light
Give your skincare routine a little nudge in the right direction with Skin Inc’s Optimizer Voyage Tri-light. The beauty device combines LED chromotherapy and sonic massage to tackle your concerns and give you healthy and glowing skin. Notice the five LED lights? Those aren’t just for show. As every colour has various benefits: to attain glowy skin, smooth and minimise pores, lift saggy skin and fine lines, revive tired skin, and repair your skin barrier.
Skin Inc’s Optimizer Voyage Tri-light, $438, available online and at multiple locations including Ion Orchard and VivoCity
9. Est. Lab Optimalift A+ Intelligent Eye Revitaliser Tri-Action Massager 2.0
Hello, insomniacs. Got dark eye circles? This beauty tool will hold a special place in your makeup cabinet. Est. Lab’s triple-action eye massager has a hot compress, LED red light therapy and sonic vibration for the ultimate pick-me-up. The upgraded sonic vibration now has three intensities suited to your comfort level. This amps up blood circulation and minimises puffiness too. As for the LED red light therapy? It accelerates collagen regeneration, improving skin elasticity and erasing fine lines along the way. The hot compress has nine different heat settings that go up to 45°C, relieving fatigue around eye contours and brightening dark circles.
Est. Lab Optimalift A+ Intelligent Eye Revitaliser Tri-Action Massager 2.0, $106, available online
10. LG Pra.L Derma LED Mask
We’re sure there were many oohs and ahhs when LG launched its beauty tech collection. Just look at this technological marvel. Even Iron Man has nothing on this futuristic piece. There’s ample reason to geek out on the Derma LED Mask. It holds 160 red and IR LED lights with specific wavelength spectrums to tackle beyond the surface. This power mask also promises to rejuvenate and plump up the skin, improve elasticity around the eye rim, and reduce pigmentation and pore size – all in nine minutes. One thing that sticks out like a sore thumb is the high price-point – it’s definitely a splurge-worthy item.
LG Pra.L Derma LED Mask, $1,349, available online and at Tangs
In just a few minutes, you can achieve a spa-like experience at home with beauty tools and devices that actually show results.