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