These Skin Care Technology Devices Bring Spa-Quality Care Home

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jun 6, 2015
Since most women want to put their best face forward, smart skin care technology is appealing to tech-savvy beauty consumers who want to become their own beauticians.

The ability of at-home beauty devices to target a specific beauty condition like anti-aging or toning is part of what is making this market flourish. Cost and convenience are two other factors that contribute to success, since it replaces the booking of routine skincare treatments.

The Clarisonic was one of the first devices to kick off this craze, but the newest wave of skin care technology gadgets are now being accompanied by apps. This can be seen in products like Ziip and Way, which use apps to activate different modes on the device, as well as provide recommendations and other maintenance tips.