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The 13 Silliest Travel Gadgets Ever Created

The 13 Silliest Travel Gadgets Ever Created

From wearable luggage to portable chopsticks, these are the most ridiculous travel items out there

The ostrich pillow looks about as silly as it is.

People are continuously trying to find ways to make the chaos and discomfort of travel easier. They’re also trying to make life easier with tech gadgets and functional gear, but at what point does the innovation become silly? Just because an idea sounds clever doesn’t exactly mean it’s necessary.

Slideshow: The 13 Silliest Travel Gadgets Ever Created

Take the handheld black light, for example. Intended to check your hotel room’s cleanliness, it’s not going to change the fact that hotels are gross and you don’t know who has stayed in the room before you. If you really want to know this information, then you’re a brave soul.

Then there are items like the Jaktogo, which enables its users to wear luggage items instead of carrying them. Another product that sounds ideal, until you see it and realize it’s an awkward, bulky piece of clothing that will immediately call attention to your person in any airport security line.

There are plenty of bizarre travel items out there, but here are a few more of the absolute silliest:


13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.


13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.


13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.


13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.


13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.


13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.


13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

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13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.


13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.


13 Beauty Gadgets Worth Investing In

Shiny pieces of technology are enticing, but ultimately only one question matters: Is the gadget worth it? For the devices below, the answer is a resounding yes. From LED lights that zap away acne to steel rollers that sculpt your face, these products are truly the cream of the crop when it comes to avant-garde beauty gadgets. Read on for the most necessary beauty and skincare tech to add to your arsenal.

The Kairetool may look like it belongs in a repairman&rsquos kit instead of on your vanity, but this new gadget is a serious skin saver. Want an instant glow? Use it to massage in your favorite serum, boosting circulation in the process. Need to relax? Glide it over your entire face and the strategically placed pins will trigger acupressure points to relieve tension. Need to depuff? Roll the cool steel along your under-eyes in the morning. All that and you won&rsquot feel the soreness sometimes associated with other facial massage tools.

You no longer have to lounge around waiting for a face mask to do its job&mdashthe Foreo UFO works in just 90 seconds. From calming heating therapy and cooling cryotherapy to LED treatments, the handheld device infuses active mask ingredients into the skin with temperature, vibrations, and light&mdashmaking it more effective in less time. Just connect your Foreo to the app, scan your mask, and follow the automatically generated treatment. It&rsquos the most indulgent masking experience.

The rose quartz stone roller is designed to drain the lymphatic system and boost circulation, making it the perfect option to depuff and calm inflamed skin. Roll in upward motions over your face to tighten pores, improve texture, and minimize under-eye circles.

This handy device has two heads: one that shaves with two rotating blades and another that exfoliates. It can be used anywhere hair grows for a painless, water-less alternative to shaving.

The LeBody vibrates at a frequency of 1,000 Hz to increase cell metabolism and blood circulation (a fancy way of saying it helps you lose weight and gain muscle). It has two modes: gym and slim, and six different intensity levels. Simply apply the massage cream to the targeted area, wear the device, and turn on the desired level. You can even strap it to your waistband or arm band for on-the-go sculpting.

It might seem overwhelming to strap on what looks like a deconstructed cyborg face, but the SpectraLite FaceWare Pro&rsquos skincare benefits are far from fictional. A full spectrum of therapeutic red and blue light improves composition, clears wrinkles, and zaps away acne-causing bacteria.

Tired, saggy eyes are a surefire way to bring down even the glowiest of faces. The SpectraLite EyeCare Pro targets the problem by hitting the eyes with 72 LED lights. All you have to do is place the headband around the eye area for 3 minutes for reduced wrinkles, fine lines, and crow&rsquos feet.

The NuFACE Trinity is a vibrating device topped with cooling metal spheres that you roll over your face. Apply the hyaluronic acid primer and glide the device in smooth strokes along the jawline, neck, and forehead. Just 5 minutes every day is said to improve facial contour and skin tone, and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.

This silicon, battery-operated face washer uses heat and vibration to cover all your skincare needs. Use the bristled side on modes 1 and 2 to cleanse, and the grooved side on modes 3 and 4 to massage in serums and creams. The heated pulsation frequency helps stimulate blood flow to tighten skin.

The ultimate picture of opulence, this 24K gold sculpting bar vibrates over skin to stimulate blood circulation. Its vibrations mimic the soothing effects of micro-massages while sculpting and lifting at the same time. Use it on the cheeks, jawline, and neck to smooth over tech lines (the wrinkles that come from looking down at phones all day).

The newest advancement from Gillette is a major upgrade to your morning routine. Designed to simulate the soothing effects of a hot towel shave, it features warming technology that heats up in less than a second to provide continuous warmth to your skin.

ZIIP is a small device that shoots electrical microcurrents through the skin to stimulate collagen production, making for a tighter, firmer complexion. It works by increasing ATP levels (stored energy to repair damaged skin cells), allowing cells to communicate and repair themselves. And don&rsquot worry&ndashit&rsquos completely painless, even for the most sensitive skin types.

While you can&rsquot pocket your dermatologist, you can get pretty close with the Neutrogena Skin Scanner. Attach the camera to your phone, hook it up to the app, and hold the zooming lens to your face. The system will measure pores, fine lines, and moisture to generate a unique skin score. You can use the analysis to maximize the benefits of skincare products and treatments. Perfect selfies just got a lot easier.

For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.