A Thing of Beauty
Before the pandemic, the market for at-home beauty devices was estimated at $6 million. But after nearly two years of pared-down makeup routines and daily video-conferencing, the demand for wonder-working beauty technology is way up. Market research firm P&I Intelligence predicts it will reach $45 million by 2030.
The high-tech beauty gadgets we've gathered here offer solutions to a slew of cosmetic concerns, from thinning hair to hyperpigmentation. Whether you need a gift for the "skinimalist" in your life or are looking to augment your own appearance, these at-home devices will get the job done — often for a fraction of the cost of professional treatments.
Prices and availability are subject to change.