We’re used to heading to the spa or the salon to get our skin, hair and makeup just right. But with the ongoing pandemic, that’s not really an option. Thankfully, there are many at-home devices that can successfully simulate those luxe treatments. The best beauty tools may not provide the exact experience the professionals offer, but they come pretty close.
Missing your weekly facial? You can cleanse, steam and massage your skin without leaving your house. There are also devices to treat breakouts, make exfoliation easy and increase the efficacy of your sheet masks while lounging around your living room.
Had to forgo your regular waxing appointments? You can now remove even those thick, stubborn hairs in a flash. If your locks seem a little lackluster lately, try a scalp massager. Having trouble applying your makeup? There’s an easy-to-hold brush for that.
Schedule your own spa day by checking out the best beauty tools below.
Magic Glow Wand, $285 at Joanna Vargas
Get your glow on with this easy-to-use tool. Inspired by Joanna Vargas’ lymphatic spa treatments, now you can get spa-like results at home. Choose from hot, cold and massage settings to soothe and firm your skin.
Scalp Revival Stimulating Therapy Massager, $16 at Sephora
A healthy scalp is the secret to healthy hair. This handheld massager promotes circulation up top. It works on all textures and you can even use it in the shower to help your go-to shampoo or deep conditioning treatment work better.
UFO Smart Mask Treatment, $199 at FOREO
Got 90 seconds? Grab this device designed to make the most out of sheet masks. It gradually warms to help infuse active mask ingredients into skin faster. Use the Cryo-Therapy mode to diminish the appearance of pores, reduce puffiness and invigorate your complexion.
Elite Mirror Palm Brush, $65 at Net-a-Porter
No batteries or charging required. Instead of your standard handle, this brush simply relies on an easy-to-hold grooved base to give you more control. Boasting super soft CosmeFibre filaments, use it to apply everything from foundation to bronzer to blush.
Infinity Hair Removal Device, $399 at Macy’s
Ideal for all skin tones and hair colors, this device tackles thick, stubborn hairs right at their roots. It uses light therapy to get the job done and thanks to its quartz bulb, it reloads faster so you’ll get more pulses in a shorter amount of time. You can even schedule your at-home treatments via the free app.
ReFa Clear, $300 at Revolve
This device features 3D Sonic Ion technology to thoroughly remove skin impurities. All you have to do is apply your favorite face wash, then glide the brush over your skin to get rid of all that dirt and grime from fine ridges and pores. The best part? It won’t strip or dry out your skin.
Aira Ionic Facial Steamer, $55.99 at Vanity Planet
Clear pores and stimulate circulation with this handy steamer. Its therapeutic steam features nano-sized water molecules to instantly hydrate and soften skin. And the ion generator enriches said water molecules so the steam penetrates and cleans even deeper. You can even add an essential oil for a more luxe experience.
LUXE Anti-Aging Dermaplaning Exfoliation Device, $189 at Sephora
This device makes removing dead skin cells, debris and peach fuzz at home a cinch. The three-in-one tool won’t freak out complexions and helps your skin care products absorb better while creating a great canvas for makeup.
LED Light Therapy Device for Acne, $169 at Nordstrom
If your face is breaking out thanks to your face mask, this LED device has your name written all over it. It helps heal existing blemishes as it calms redness and inflammation. So it treats the breakouts you have while minimizing future ones.