So far, technology has exceeded all our expectations. From 3D-Food printing to auto-drive cars, we don’t know what to expect next. Here are a list of the top, high-tech beauty tools that you should probably invest in:

Laser Machines

A breakthrough in hair removal technology, this IPL laser machine work gently by transporting energy through the skin and melanin to the hair particles, ultimately disabling growing hair cells. This new technology prevents unwanted side effects in clients such as swelling and even third degree burns. A safer alternative, this machine uses less intense energy than their old counterparts.

Smart Mirror

“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest one of them all.” Brace yourself, because it might be you. This high tech mirror does a bunch of things such as analyze your complexion, prescribe a daily or weekly skin regime and even teaches you or lets you virtually try on makeup looks you are unsure about. Wifi-connected, this tool has an in-built camera that assesses every small detail on your face. The most important thing is that this application records results over time so you can find out what product and which best skin-care regime is best for you.

Smart Scale

Connecting to its mobile application counterpart, this digital scale will tell you your weight, body fat ratio (BFR), body mass index (BMI), total body water, muscle mass, bone mass and basal metabolic-rate (BMR). It is important for people to know that your weight isn’t completely made up of your fats. Other details such as your BFR and BMI will prove otherwise and ensure you make the appropriate diet changes – if you do choose to make any.

Smart Brush

The bristles on this brush will be connected to its mobile application counterpart through wifi. Once you combed your hair, the results will be sent to the app and alert you of the possible ways you can increase the health of your hair. It can give you the effects of new hair regimens based on your type of hair and it will also predict how the humidity, temperature, UV and winds in your location will affect your hair.

Hydration Meter

Our facial skin is made up of 64 percent water, and if the supply isn’t enough, it will cause fine lines and wrinkles to appear. This portable meter, once held up to your skin (face, neck or hand) will take a measurement of its moisture and suggest a treatment to increase results. There are a couple of things that keep our skin hydrated. We forget that water helps us beyond quenching our thirst, it helps flush out toxins and maintain a healthy metabolism. Skin moisturizers also help as they keep the top layer of skin cells hydrated and sealed in moisture.  

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