AS technology improves, so do skincare products – here are four science-backed gadgets to try on your skin for enhanced results.
The skincare market is hot right now – that said, new products are constantly being churned out.
Still, it should come as no surprise that not all products that hit the shelves are effective.
That's why we have compiled a list of highly-rated skincare products that not only have the reviews to back them up but the technology as well.
Here are four high-tech tools you will want to add to your skincare routine today.
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Droplette Microinfusion Device
This facial mister tool was created using Nasa-backed technology to help skin absorb beneficial ingredients such as collagen better.
Because the skin is designed to keep things like bacteria and chemicals out, serums and lotions might not be effectively penetrating its barrier.
Therefore, the Droplette system – which was initially created to tackle a rare skin disease – utilizes electromechanical technology to help ingredients sink 20 times deeper into the skin.
While the product is not cheap at $299 – not including the serum capsules, which you will want to pick up – both users and beauty publications swear by the results.
Droplette, $299 – buy from Nordstrom
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