Though the effects are temporary, Miami dermatologist Martha H. Viera, MD says she uses her NuFace Facial Toning Kit ($325) at home to keep up the results of her in-office treatments. “It has three attachments for improved facial contour and reduced wrinkle appearance,” adds Dr. Viera. “It also works on the eyes and neck, and it stimulates the larger surface areas of the face and neck to help improve tone and the look of fine lines and wrinkles. ” While she admits to using it three nights a week during quarantine, she notes that users should reach for the device five days per week, and then two to three times per week once you hit the three-month mark.
Our favorite rollers: Herbivore Jade Facial Roller ($30), which is also rumored to be Kate Moss’s favorite, or Skin Gym Rose Quartz Crystal Facial Roller ($28). “I have tried various devices over the years, but to be honest, I tend to get lazy when it comes to using some thing for several minutes every day,” admits San Antonio dermatologist Vivian Bucay, MD.
Bucay offers up some convincing stats. “The patented frequency of oscillations has been shown to increase collagen production—that means that not only does the Clarisonic remove dirt, oils and small particle pollutants better than other devices or manual washing, but also that using the device itself has benefits in ramping up collagen production. ” Shop the Clarisonic Mia Smart ($169) here.