Beauty Merges With Tech With These Six At-Home Devices For Your Skin

With rapid advances in beauty technology, aging gracefully without paying money for specialized treatments has never been easier.  Here, I’ve rounded up six innovative beauty devices that deliver professional results in the comfort of your own home.

In addition to the unique dispersion method of the device, OPTE’s Optimizing Serum with anti-aging nutrients is a big part of the magic. “The serum is powered by 5% niacinamide, a spot-fading active ingredient at a derm-recommended, clinically proven potency. Niacinamide helps brighten the complexion and lighten dark spots, while simultaneously calming inflammation and supporting healthy collagen production. The serum is non-toxic with no added harmful ingredients such as sulfates, parabens, dyes, artificial colors, phthalates or artificial fragrances,” Petersen tells me. The brand just launched their latest product, a Brightening Concentrate. “It’s a fast-acting solution powered by 5% niacinamide, vitamin C and vitamin B5. This concentrate delivers a powerful triad- it refreshes dull skin, restores elasticity and hydrates.”

I have had my eye on this device for a while and it exceeded my expectations. I love it and so does my husband, who as he is aging, wanted natural looking coverage that multitasks. OPTE fits the bill.

Celebrity aesthetician, Shani Darden launched her first product, Retinol Reform, now a cult-favorite, nine years ago when she couldn’t find what she wanted for herself. “At the time, I never thought about building a whole skin care business,” Darden tells me. “Over the years, I have worked with so many clients of all different ages, ethnicities, and skin types and have been able to see what ingredients really work on skin. My clients were always asking me about launching more products, so I finally decided to take all of that knowledge and put it into developing my own skin care line.” Read more

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