We’ve Found All The Best At-Home Facial Gear If Cozzie Livs Has Your Salon Appointments Binned

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If I had the money and the time, I’d get facials every week. There’s something about giving your skin some TLC that regenerates the soul, not to be dramatic about it or anything. But because I’m usually broke (and cozzie livs is at an all-time high RN), at-home facial and skincare devices are really where my money would be better spent — cost per use etc.

Over the years, I’ve used heaps of gadgets and tools — some worked, some haven’t. I have to be honest, there is no point investing in any of these if you don’t have the follow-through to actually, you know, use them regularly enough to actually see results. No at-home facial tech will come cheap, and if it does it’s unlikely to be very good,

All of that being said, if you’re looking to ramp up your nighttime skincare routine, or just want to give your face some extra attention while bingeing shows like The Real Housewives of Sydney (mood), here are a few of my favourite at-home facial devices.

The Best At-Home Facial Devices

CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Face Mask

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CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Face Mask, $515

I knew I had to get my hands on one of these when the group chat started blowing up my phone. Everyone’s obsessed with this semi-creepy-looking LED face mask — it even made a cameo on Emily in Paris. The device uses red light wave technology to accelerate the production of new collagen, calm redness and even out overall skin tone. Plus, it feels like I’m doing a lot for my skin when really I’m just sitting on the couch, glowing.


Foreo BEAR, $549

This device is essentially like a lil’ face massager that uses microcurrents (not painful! I swear!) work to firm and tone skin, which is great for stuff like the first signs of aging and so on. There are even toning workouts you can access on your phone via the FOREO app, to help you with how to use it most effectively, think of it like your face going to the gym.

Skin Gym Ice Coolie Roller

Skin Gym Ice Coolie Roller, $38 (usually $56)

You’ve probably seen a version of this little baby on your FYP. You pop them in the freezer then use them first thing in the morning to help depuff and increase skincare absorption. Simply roll it all over your face, neck and décolletage while you do your morning doom-scroll and over time you’ll see a difference.

NuFACE Trinity Device

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NuFACE Trinity Device, $544

Another microcurrent skincare device, but the beauty of the Trinity is that it has multiple attachments you can also buy that will work on targeted areas. My favourite is the ELE attachment, which gets right on your eye area. This device is a bit more intense than the Bear but does show results a little faster. It’s a five-minute-a-day kinda vibe, which is also great if you’re time-poor in the AM.

Lonvitalite Dermal Roller

Lonvitalite Dermal Roller, $59.95

Derma rollers have been around for a while, and while I don’t really use mine very often I did find it super easy to incorporate into my skincare routine. They basically use tiny “needles” of titanium, which sounds terrifying but you barely feel it, to help stimulate collagen in the skin, and can also help with blood circulation.


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Foreo UFO 2, $499

Another FOREO facial device, this little beauty works with sheet masks and LED light and heat. Basically, you can buy these mini circular sheet masks that go over the top, and the 90-second blast of tech helps infuse ingredients the same way a 20-minute treatment would. WILD, right!?

I’ve also used this with my own sheet masks, and while it’s a little harder to navigate since they’re not attached to the device, it still works a treat!

Panasonic EH-XS01 Facial Steamer

Panasonic EH-XS01 Facial Steamer $176 (usually $240)

If you’re already big on an at-home facial, this one’s for you. The Panasonic Facial Steamer makes opening up your pores and giving your skin a deep clean so much easier (and more satisfying). It’s also great for stimulating collagen production, helping to soak up all your treatments and serums, and creating that bougie salon feel from the comfort of your bathroom.

Skin Gym Porie Pro Blackhead Tool

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Skin Gym Porie Pro Blackhead Tool, $162

If you’re someone who loves to religiously dig all the blackheads out of your nose, allow us to introduce you to your new bestie, the Skin Gym Porie Pro Black Head Tool. It comes with four different attachments that’ll help you deep clean your skin and it is probably one of the most satisfying facial devices in our skincare arsenal.