We’re a technologically-savvy generation, right? So it’s only fitting that our beauty routines now include tools and gadgets that benefit our skin from the confines of our home. Because LBR, who knows when quarantine and COVID-19 will come to an end so that we can finally get back to our real routines—mainly meeting our facialists and estheticians!

If you know me, you’d know that I’m a bit of a skincare junkie! I have all the masks, pimple patches and other tools and devices at home. Over the years, I’ve assembled an arsenal of tools that I can use at home, ready to tackle any skin concern. Out of the 8 at-home beauty tools, I already own 4—each for different concerns and purposes. So scroll down to check them out as per your skin’s need!

Here’s a list of beauty tools to help tone, tighten & lift your face:

1. Rollers
Ideal for: Puffiness, firmness, fine lines & wrinkles, & acne scars.

Dromen & Co., Jade Roller

Rolling the rose quartz (or even jade) stone across the skin, in an upward motion, can help drain excess fluids and help de-puff the face. It also helps your skincare products to be absorbed better into the skin.

Dromen & Co., Jade Roller (www.sublimelife.com)

Nurse Jamie, Uplift

This hexagon-like tool includes 24 deep-massaging stones that temporarily revive, tighten and energise your facial muscles.

Nurse Jamie, Uplift (Source: www.dermstore.com)

MNS, Ice Roller

Applying ice to your skin can decrease redness, reduce the appearance of large pores and help get rid of facial puffiness!

MNS, Ice Roller (Source: www.amazon.in)

2. Sculptors
Ideal for: Toning & tightening, lymphatic drainage & to relax the facial muscles.

Face Rituals, Gua Sha

Known as the more natural face-lifter of the beauty industry, the Gua Sha helps maintain your skin’s elasticity—even when gravity tends to pull it down. It helps relax the tension in our facial muscles by using the scraping technique and moving the product upward.

Face Rituals, Gua Sha

Jillian Dempsey, Gold Sculpting Bar

This vibrating t-bar lifts and contours your face. It mimics the effects of a massage and instantly relaxes the muscles, thus releasing tension. Also helps revive tired, puffy-looking skin.

Jillian Dempsey, Gold Sculpting Bar (Source: www.cultbeauty.com)

3. High-Frequency
Ideal for: Acne, acne scars, blackheads, whiteheads & firming.

NuFace, Mini Facial Toning Device

This microcurrent device mimics a facelift by tightening and lifting the skin. It helps stimulate the facial muscles by increasing cellular activity and the process reduces wrinkles. These results are said to last up to 72 hours.

NuFace Mini Facial Toning Device (Source: www.cultbeauty.com)

Nurse Jamie, TriAngle

A face massager that helps to restore firmness to the face. The tool can target problematic areas like the eye area, brows, lip lines, cheeks, and chin.

Nurse Jamie, TriAngle (Source: www.dermstore.com)

Dr. Dennis Gross, SpectraLite

An LED therapy device that smooths wrinkles while combating acne. The LED lights (both red and blue) combine kill acne-causing bacteria and boost collagen production.

Dr. Dennis Gross, SpectraLite (Source: www.dermstore.com)

Do you have a favourite?

Tag @missmalinibeauty on Instagram the next time you use your beauty tool!