When it comes to beauty it can be tough to know what to invest your money in, especially if that brand new beauty tool has a price tag of $300, is it reeeeeally worth the hype? Beauty tools are being released left, right and centre, all claiming to be the next big thing, quite often they’re not but sometimes a product will be released that changes the game. So, we have picked out a few of our favourites and rounded them up for you to test out yourselves. From face steamers to light therapy spot treatments and revolutionary hairdryers, here are the beauty tools you need to try in 2020.
Clogged pores are nearly impossible to cleanse, but opening your pores with steam can help remove blackheads and enable whatever serum or cream you are using to penetrate the skin more easily and help rid your pores of any built-up dirt.
This beauty tool isn’t new, emerging on the market a couple of years ago – however, if you haven’t already tried one of these then you are missing out! It’s basically like a paint roller for your face, the idea is to pop it in the fridge and let the cool jade roll over your face and under your eyes, increasing circulation and reducing puffiness.
This brand new product has just been released onto the market from GHD. Their new revolutionary hairdryer called the Helios has been a number of years in the making, engineered to give you sleek and shiny, frizz-free hair in record-breaking drying time. With an added “cool shot” button to blast your hair after drying, locking in your style.
Facial toning device
The facial contouring device is designed to massage your face and neck with microcurrents which are said to improve facial contour by firming, smoothing and toning your face. Just make sure that you do your research and find a device that has been clinically tested and has good reviews.
Facial cleansing brush
The idea behind the facial cleansing brush is to use the brush with your cleanser instead of your hands for a deeper clean. They can also gently exfoliate the skin, helping to remove built-up dead skin cells and dirt. Just be careful to wash your brush after every use and to change them regularly to prevent bacterial build-up.
Light therapy spot treatment
Light therapy has been used by dermatologists for years, the idea is that the red or blue light kills bacteria on the skin, without causing UV damage, this is researched backed and is said to have no side effects to using light therapy. Again, like with the above devices, it’s always best to do your research and find one that has been clinically tested and has good reviews.