Well, 2020 has certain been a unique year. But pandemic and whatnot aside, there’s been plenty of action in the innovation space for beauty and wellness. The rise of popular trends came and went, just like any year, but there’s also been a few popular adoptions that we think will stick around for the long-run.
So in this post, we’re running through some of the best new beauty tools you can snatch up for use at home, all without impacting your hip-pocket.
This year has definitely seen the rise of gemstone and crystals into the beauty industry, particularly in way of rollers and massagers. In this nifty set, you get a high-quality, genuine jade stone that’s crafted into a gorgeous roller and Gua Sha. By massaging the surface of your skin daily with these beauties, you promote circulate and encourage the regeneration of skin cells. It’s also able to help with reducing wrinkles and those nagging dark circles or puffiness around the eyes.
Get the Jade Roller and Gua Sha Set here.
Gone are the days of manual labour when it comes to cleansing that skin of ours. These fancy little gadgets help you gently brush away dead skin cells through four modes of speeds and vibrational frequencies. Effectively remove dirt, grime and residue from your complexion, leaving it with a soft-to-the-touch finish and better circulation. Oh, and it helps promote collagen and elastin production, effectively generating better skin firmness.
Get the Sonic Facial Cleansing Brush here.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: microfibre is the absolute winner of hair and beauty – whether that’s 2020 or at least the last few years. This nifty material is so much better for your locks than the common cotton or synthetic towel, so opt for a wrap, turban or shower cap made from this fabric for fancy, luscious hair minus the frizz.
Get the Microfibre Hair Turban here.
This one is on our favourites list for a few reasons. Firstly, it’s gorgeous to look at. But mostly, it’s the key to taking your skincare routine to the next level. Featuring two facial rollers that are designed to help restore your complexion’s natural glow, these beauties banish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines through a 3D, 360 degrees rotating operation. Best of all, you can use it all over the body, and it’s also great as a massage tool after a busy day at work.
Need more inspiration? Check out our entire collection for some of the newest players in the game, perfect for wrapping up 2020 with or bringing in the New Year.
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