Facial dry brushing
On clean, dry skin, use a natural bristle brush in light strokes moving from your neck to your forehead. It exfoliates dead skin cells and improves circulation.
A metal facial massager
This is a metal face gadget. Similar to dry brushing, a metal face massager rolls over skin to help promote lymphatic drainage and in turn, decreases puffiness, cools the skin, and some claim it helps skincare products penetrate into the skin.
A small, sterile blade is used to scrape off a very fine layer of dead skin and peach fuzz on the face.
It removes dead skin and baby hair from your face and can leave skin looking brighter and feeling smoother. It also clears the way so your skincare products can penetrate more easily. Note: Avoid dermaplaning on areas where you’re having an acne flare-up.
This is a facial treatment that uses a metal wand with different attachments to give off a low level of electric current to your skin. By speeding up the body’s natural regenerative process, it can help firm, tone, and stimulate facial muscles.
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