Let’s get technical
Calling all ye beauty nerds: prepare to geek out over the latest and greatest in the world of high-tech gadgets and gizmos
The handy Nuface toning device uses a microcurrent to stimulate the understructure of the skin to tone facial muscles and create a lifted and contoured appearance—and the smaller, portable new version means you can now iron out those wrinkles on the move. One seriously smart hairbrush. Its sensors detect your hair’s frizziness, dryness and split ends—and even analyse your brushing habits. Then the brush sends a report about your hair and specific advice to your smartphone. Not just any old electric toothbrush, the Foreo ISSA channels highintensity pulsations through its unique brush head for effective cleaning and stain removal. This is the only at-home intense pulsed light hair-removal device that adapts to your skin tone. It has a sensor that reads the skin tone 80 times a second and automatically adapts the light intensity for best efficacy and safety. This Glo Science device’s patented technology combines light and warming components in a mouthpiece that prevents whitening oxygen from escaping the surface of the teeth. The Everyday Glo pen can be used to erase coffee and red wine stains on the go, before they set. Handy!
Nuface Mini Derm Institute Youthifier LED Light Therapy Massager It may look like a torch, but the red LED light it emits stimulates cellular regeneration and promotes the deep absorption of cosmetics’ active ingredients into the skin. Its microvibration also improves skin vitality and firmness.
Foreo ISSA Glo Brilliant
Kérastase Hair Brush Coach by L’oréal
Braun Silk-expert IPL