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Gold Cryo Facial Set, £98 | Angela Caglia
Best For: Reducing Inflammation
After some time in the freezer, these cryo wands are perfect for reducing redness, puffiness and the appearance of dark circles. Designed to maintain their cool temperature on contact with the skin, these wands are designed to reveal a more revitalised glow. Used right, they can also help relax the facial muscles to relieve tension, while contouring the face with their ergonomically shaped design. Apply a gentle, light pressure and glide the wands upwards and outwards, morning or evening, for best results.
Available at NET-A-PORTER.com
Intro Gua Sha Tool - Nephrite Jade, £60 | Lanshin
Best For: Relieving Tension
Gua sha is one of the most popular facial massage tools and techniques, originating from a traditional Chinese healing method that uses a smooth-edged tool to help relieve tension, encourage lymphatic drainage, increase circulation and energise the skin. This particular jade tool, designed by Lanshin founder Sandra Lanshin Chiu, an expert in Chinese medicine-based skincare, is a great option for first-timers. Visit Lanshin’s YouTube channel to see a video on the best technique to use.
Available at: NET-A-PORTER.com
Triangle Facial Beauty Tool 1 Piece, £114.48 | Nurse Jamie
Best For: Firmness
The angled design of this tool is ergonomically shaped to hug the contours of your face in all the right places. Designed to restore radiance and firmness, it uses high-frequency sonic technology to help the skin better absorb any products that follow. Choose from two modes – one of which is heated – to firm the skin around the eyes, neck, lips, cheeks and jawline.
Available at CultBeauty.com
Resculpting Beauty Flash Roller, £37 | Clarins
Best For: Sculpting
This two-in-one tool promotes lymphatic drainage to lift and sculpt the face – plus, it enhances glow by boosting blood circulation. Use its multi-angled head after moisturising to apply light pressure to your cheeks, eye contours and forehead. Concentrate on the centre of the face and move the tool outwards using gentle back and forth motions. Then use the other end of the tool to drain congestion and depuff.
Available at Clarins.com
Advanced Skincare Wan With Red Light Therapy, £131 | SolaWave
Best For: Multiple Benefits
The SolaWave wand has gone viral for a reason. Microcurrents firm and depuff while the in-built red light smoothes, evens out tone and minimises wrinkles, dark spots and redness.The brand recommends using it three times a week for best results.
Available at BeautyBay.com
Cryotherapy Massager, £22 | Solaris Laboratories NY
Best For: Cooling And Calming
What makes this tool unique is the fact it’s completely customisable. You start by filling up the cryo container with liquid – be it water, cucumber water, aloe vera or even oat milk – and freeze it for five to ten hours so it forms a stiff block. Then, you can use the cryo-effects to depuff, reduce redness and erase fine lines and wrinkles – all while giving the skin a boost of energy.
Available at Revolve.com
Jade Eye Flowie, £55 | Skin Gym
Best For: Cooling Massage
Using hand-carved, polished jade, these massage tools are perfect for adding a luxurious touch to the end of an at- home facial or morning routine. Easy to use, start by applying a serum or oil before focusing on the cheeks, eyes, brows and jaw area to calm, depuff, and increase circulation.
Available at Selfridges.com
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