At JTAV Clinical Skincare on the Upper East Side, founder Joie Tavernise answers endless questions about the latest and greatest gadgets. Since pandemic lockdowns left clients with nothing to do but stare into her 10x magnifying glass, curiosity for tools to combat signs of aging, acne, and other skin problems has skyrocketed. bottom.
“Before COVID, my clients were more interested in home product regimens,” says Tavernise. “Maintenance between treatments was usually to keep the patient up to date with the routines I set, and he rarely used tools other than facial rollers and guars.”
Well, that’s a lot of love for dermapen, this, microcurrent, and light-emitting diodes, better known as LEDs.
Lawrence Newman, CEO of CurrentBody, a digital wonderland of skin-enhancing devices, is driving increased sales of tools that mimic the results of in-office treatments and an expanding age group of beauty junkies who snap them. I’ve been witnessing. Up. “He used to be 35 to 55,” he says. “But it’s spread out significantly – at both ends.”
LED devices are loved for their ability to soften fine lines and wrinkles, boost radiance and collagen, and provide a soothing self-care timeout. Jessica Her Alba and Rosie Her Huntington Celebrities who count her Whiteley among her glorious and eternally youthful clients Her facials Sinister Chic Light introduced her mask. Another of her new LED entries, Luminance Her Red for Acne, promises to blow away blemishes in just her 24 hours. South of the collarbone, his DRx SpectraLite BodyWare Pro by New York-based superderma Dennis Gross can be moved wherever wrinkles, breakouts, and even sore muscles surface.
Devices offering multiple therapeutic attachments are gaining momentum and are cost-effective. TheraFace PRO is from the makers of the sophisticated massage gun favored by soccer god Cristiano Ronaldo Sils, with his three percussive attachments that counteract the effects of stress-related chin clenching and brow wrinkling, LED, microcurrent, cryotherapy, and cleansing.
Too lazy to change your mind? Try his multifunctional SolaWave (a Joey “Bullet Train” King and Sydney Sweeney favorite from “Euphoria”) that combines LEDs, microcurrents and heat his massage into one tool. For peach fuzz removal, exfoliation, and gradual lightening of blemishes, we have Dermaflash Luxe+, a jacked-up version of the famous dermaplaning device. Powered by 14,000 sonic vibrations per minute, it also accelerates cell turnover. Simply insert a fresh “edge” (dermaflash is a blade) each time you use it.
“We are very excited to bring this even better device to our customers,” said Dara Levy, founder of Dermaflash. “Honestly, I wasn’t sure if it would get any better, but it did.”
Even the tools are trendy. Air claims the device maker significantly improves the absorption of its products. Medicube’s Age-R ATS Air Shot is billed as a “needle-free pore-tightening derma pen” and eliminates the downtime associated with microneedling. Created by Lumines Airbrush Makeup Experts, the Breeze Airbrush Skin Care System contains powerful anti-aging and moisturizing serums, jetted in a “microdroplet mist” designed to penetrate deep into the skin. will be
Tech haters will be delighted to know that not all cool new tools come with charger cords in the box. SBLA Beauty’s simple, genius Rollerball Eye Lift Wand dispenses a measured dose of peptide-spiked anti-aging serum per pump and is suitable for up to 100 uses. Also, two of his just-launched gua sha devices — 24-karat gold-plated Ginto by Omni Hiraya and Epic Duo by Osmosis Beauty — rely on good old elbow grease to stimulate, sculpt, and tighten lymphatic drainage. , toning.
Patience and consistent use are key with any poison, says Tavernise. He recommends setting a daily reminder on your phone so your gadget doesn’t start collecting dust behind your bathroom cabinets.
“I often hear stories of people trying a device for days or weeks and seeing no results and then quitting. My advice?