Best DIY Skin Care Gadgets by Arana Mitchell

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Your skin complements your entire aesthetics. It’s the largest organ in your body, and therefore needs to be cared.

An impaired skin will definitely affect your confidence, beauty and state of being. Hence the need for the best skin care (DIY) gadgets.

Entrepreneur Arana Mitchell appeared on Digital Trends Live to share some DIY most intriguing skin care gadgets on the market right now.

The Neutrogena skin 360 app: The Neutrogena products for healthy and beautiful skin types cut across facial cleansers & Toners, Makeup, Face Moisturizers & Serums, Sun and Hair care.

With the Neutrogena skin 360 app downloaded to your phone, Mitchell says, ” scan your skin, and it will upload and read and tell you what’s going on with your skin…..and that’s only about $50 so that’s really inexpensive….” It only works on iPhone, it’s an attachment to your phone.

The Tria hair removal laser. This could serve as an alternative to going to a medical spa for hair removal and smoothening on your legs. According to Arana mitchell, ” you can purchase this device for a couple hundred dollars, bring it home, and use it and you will see results.”
She added, ” I’ve seen results, I’ve used the product my self.”

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Clarisonic facial brush, which uses sonic tech to clean the user’s face.

“You guys might be familiar with that. It’s owned by L’Oreal now, but when they started, it actually started from the SonicCare toothbrush. Remember when that came out, probably about ten, fifteen years ago? That inspired them to make the Clarisonic facial brush.”

Although the Clarisonic has bristles, “… it’s not just spinning,” Mitchell says. “You’ve probably had a toothbrush that just spins, and then you’ve probably had a sonic toothbrush that actually really cleans your teeth when you’re brushing. So the sonic is really what’s getting in and cleaning your skin, the way these bristles move and the technology.” says Arana Mitchell.