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HAND-HELD OR MAGNETICALLY CHARGED, THERE’S AN EN­TER­TAIN­MENT FAC­TOR IN THE LAT­EST SKIN TOOLS.

AN­CIENT RIT­U­ALS

Venus­tus Jade Rollers, $49 each.

Make no mis­take: jade rollers are in no way new or in any way tech-y. In fact, they ap­par­ently date back as far as the 6th cen­tury. But, luck­ily, so does great skin. Pop on a serum and roll lightly up­wards to ease puffi­ness and even drain tox­ins.

Kora Or­gan­ics Rose Quartz Heart Fa­cial Sculp­tor, $72. Con­sider this the real con­tour. When com­bined with a ded­i­cated fa­cial mas­sage tech­nique, us­ing heartshaped rose quartz stim­u­lates cir­cu­la­tion and even del­i­cately lifts and sculpts the nat­u­ral con­tours of the face (hello, cheek­bones).

MAG­NETIC FIELD

While it may re­ceive ex­tra points for fun fac­tor, this tar-like mask has vis­i­ble skin ben­e­fits, too. The mag­netite-spiked for­mula detox­i­fies the skin and draws out im­pu­ri­ties, which are sat­is­fy­ingly whisked away with the nifty mag­netic re­moval method.

Olay Mag­ne­masks In­fu­sion Re­ju­ve­nat­ing Jar Mask, $55. En­sure your skin­care works smarter, not harder – it’s clearly what Olay had in mind with its lat­est pre­mium mask launch. The overnight sleep mask and its su­per­charged in­gre­di­ents are pushed deeper into the com­plex­ion (10 lay­ers below the skin’s sur­face, Olay claims) via a unique mag­netic in­fuser.

Payot Uni Skin Masque Mag­né­tique, $98.

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