Nasa-backed skin mister and tri-light eyeglasses – here are four high-tech beauty products to add to your regime

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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Lightstim for Wrinkles

Lightsim is FDA-approved for tackling fine lines and wrinklesCredit: SHANI DARDEN SKINCARE

The Lightstim is an FDA-approved handheld device that uses multi-wave LED light to tackle a number of skin concerns.

Most notably, the gadget can address issues such as fine lines and wrinkles, large pores, and reduced skin elasticity.

Lightstim can also be used as often as you want to both nourish your skin and support natural collagen and elastin production.

  • Lightstim, $249 – buy from Sephora

Foreo UFO 2

Utilizing thermotherapy, cryotherapy, T-Sonic pulsation, and LED light technology, the UFO 2 by Foreo is the ultimate skincare enhancer.

The compact gadget basically offers your skin a spa-strength facial in just two minutes.

It also helps to depuff, refine and nourish skin, while helping serums and lotions absorb more easily after just one use.

A bonus is that the device can be used on any skin type and comes in three very cute colors: Pearl pink, mint, and fuschia.

  • Foreo UFO 2, $209 – buy from Foreo

Skin Inc. Optimizer Voyage Tri-Light Glasses

If you've been looking for a way to get brighter undereyes, then Skin Inc.'s Optimizer Voyage Tri-Light Glasses might be for you.

Equipped with three different LED lights, this device helps to promote skin suppleness, reduces dark undereye circles, and decreases puffiness.

Experts recommend using the tool after applying your eye cream or serum for the best results.

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Plus, the gadget can also be used on the scalp and neck, according to Skin Inc.

  • Optimizer Voyage Tri-Light Glasses, $175 – buy from Skin Inc.

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