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There are more gadgets and gizmos on the market than in Ariel's treasure trove, but we're cutting through the clutter to point you in the right direction of what your skin really needs.

By Lisa DeSantis
October 09, 2018

Brown spots, acne, fine lines and wrinkles? There's a device for that. Now more than ever, the health of your skin can be taken into your own hands and treated in the comfort of your home. While a dermatologist's office can certainly offer you more specialized treatment, derms will often tell you that you don't have to spend hundreds of dollars on a laser session once a month—instead, you can purchase a tool that will give you comparable results with a lower price tag and without facing your white coat phobia. Here, the five best skincare devices that actually work.

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