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As the saying goes: the holidays are just around the corner, and if you’re in the camp of people who have just now begun to think about gift shopping (we’ve all been there), this post is for you. For the beauty obsessive there are few better gifts to receive during this time of year than a shiny new beauty tool. Beauty tools are a class of product that most definitely don’t need but everyone wants, which is why they make such great gifts. So, if you’re looking to get something for someone who (despite your prodding) won’t get it for themselves, look no further than this list of perfectly giftable beauty tools.

The ReFa Carat Ray FaceThe ReFa Carat Ray Face

$350.00

While this tool may look questionable to some at first glance, it is guaranteed to make any one who uses it a believer, regardless of what your bank account is telling you. Not your average face roller, the ReFa is designed to mimic everyone’s favorite part of a facial – the massage. What’s really cool about this? The ReFa is solar powered, and delivers a microcurrent facial massage to help stimulate collagen, boost skin elasticity and increase your skin’s ability to repair itself.

NuFace Trinity Facial Toning System

The NuFace Trinity Facial Toning System

$477

Like the ReFa, the NuFace uses microcurrent technology but for the purpose of upping your facial contour game and giving your face a lifted, youthful appearance. Meant to be used for five minutes in conjunction with your daily skincare routine, the handheld device works to sculpt, firm, and lift the skin via those microcurrents we mentioned earlier. The microcurrents also work to promote collagen production, reduce wrinkles, and keep skin tight.

The Talika Light Duo

The Talika Light Duo

$328

Designed to target discoloration, wrinkles, and skin inflammation, the Talika Light Duo uses (you guessed it) light technology to bring the effects of light treatments you’d find in a dermatologists’ office, straight to your home. The hand held oval shaped device emits three variations of light: Green light to treat discoloration, an orange light to boost collagen production, and a red light to tackle inflammation. We’ll take it!

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Pro Facial Steamer

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Pro Facial Steamer

$149

For the woman who loves an at-home facial, Dr. Dennis Gross’ Facial Steamer is a must-have. Don’t get it confused with a steamer you’d find in any old beauty supply store, because the Dr. Gross version utilizes “micro-steam technology that hydrates and purifies the skin in one simple step.” Follow a steaming session with a detoxifying face mask, and you’ll have experienced a spa-quality facial at home.

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