When it comes to your skincare routine, many of us have a hoard of clay face mask, serums, elixirs, oils and so much more. Many of us have a collection of products, but often times it might seem like you're missing out on some basic tools and gadgets to make your skincare routine that much more interesting. Here is a list of our fav beauty tools that are inexpensive, but can elevate your at-home facials in no time:
1. Bowl + Spoon Set For Face Masks
Our bowl and spoon accessory set was made specifically for our face masks! Use the clean spoon to scoop out your desired amount of our Cocoa Clay Mask or our Matcha Mud Mask into the bowl, then slowly add water or any other liquid you'd like to mix it with. You can also use the back of the spoon as a mask applicator to minimize getting your fingers dirty!
2. Gua Sha
Gua Sha are great to help sculpt the face. These are often inexpensive, and can help to dramatically de-puff the face and help with lymphatic drainage. Not sure how to use it? Check out this video on how to use a gua sha on your face. Remember to use a facial oil during (like our Perk Serum)!
3. Jade or Quartz Roller
Another great tool to help de-puff the face as well as under the eyes and smooth out fine lines! Pro tip: pop the roller into the freezer for a few minutes before you use it to provide an ultra cooling effect.
4. Silicone Face Scrubber
This tool is great to use while cleansing your face since it really gets you nice and clean without damaging your skin. These silicone face scrubbers are great since they're non-porous, which means they house way less bacteria than traditional face scrubbers, while still being effective enough to remove build up!
5. Pore Vacuum
If you suffer from blackheads or whiteheads, a pore vacuum can be a lot of fun to use to get the extra gunk out of your pores. The pore vacuum basically sucks out the debris from your pores! But just be careful not to leave it on one spot too long, since you can give yourself a bruise.
6. Gel Eye Mask
Gel Eye Masks are reusable and easy to clean! If you had a late night, or just suffering from puffy eyes, pop the eye mask in the freezer and apply. You can go about your business while the mask does the work.
7. High Frequency Skin Therapy Wand
While this device is pricier than those previously mentioned, it's still a great tool if you're suffering from acne! This tool uses high frequency (i.e. electrical current) to zap away bacteria by allowing my oxygen to the skin, and it also promotes collagen and elastin production. Just be careful not to turn the frequency too high since it can sting; but we swear that this tool is a holy grail for those who are dealing with acne.
Do you have any of these skincare tools?! Which one would you like to try?