What Are The Best At-Home Beauty Gadgets?

Beauty gadgets have long been an integral part of my skincare toolbox, and I always encourage clients to prolong and amplify their in-clinic treatments by using smart skin devices at home. They can save time, money and, most often, there is little or no recovery time.

Social media has played a huge role in driving the trend, as did lockdown when, forced to become our own facialists, many of us reached to the back of our bathroom cabinets for that long-forgotten device. The interest has only since intensified: the global beauty devices market stood at a value of $51.bn in 2021, and is expected to nearly triple to $144.2bn by 2028.

For the full article, head over to ft.com/htsi.


Shop my edit of the best at-home skincare gadgets below.



Electricity-free and handheld, like gua sha stones or face rollers – brilliant for face massage, to increase circulation, de-puff and aid lymphatic drainage. 

Must-have products:

Estée Lauder, Re-Nutriv Ultimate Facial Massager, £140

Dior, Prestige Le Pétale Multi-Perlé, £85

Swiss Clinic, Skin Roller, £59



Digital or electrical devices have also come a long way (Clarisonic oscillating cleansing brushes, anyone?), and many can achieve pro-like results. 

Must-have products:


Be skin smart.

Words by Adeela Crown.

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