Sharon Amor July 2022
Are Beauty Gadgets Worth the Buck?
Skincare tools…. what is the hype? Are they necessary in a skincare routine? Do they actually work? Or is it just skincare brands trying to sell us more products? We are here to answer all those questions and more. Taking good care of your skin is no longer a trend, it’s a complete necessity, and people all over the world know it. In addition to the millions of creams, serums, toners, and cleansers out there skin-care technology and tools have swept the minds of gurus. Let’s talk about a few of the tools for the face and scalp that have taken the world by storm.
1. Dermaplaning: A method used to smooth and soften the texture of the skin. The focus is on removing the hair off the face using some type of scalpel. Following the procedure, the skin is supposed to look rejuvenated, cleaner, and softer. The idea is not simply to remove the hair from the skin but, to improve the skin’s overall complexion. This is certainly not necessary in a skin-care routine, but for those suffering from bumpy wrinkled skin this could be helpful. It is recommended that such a procedure be done by a skin-care professional/dermatologist.
2. Beauty Rollers: rollers come in all shapes and sizes; however, the most common ones are made from jade or rose quartz. Before even getting into the benefits of skincare, using a beauty roller on your face is a wonderful way to release stress, tension, and gives you that extra TLC. Some of the benefits include stimulating the blood flow in the face, decreasing puffiness, and helping your skin absorb the products. Again, this could be beneficial in a skin-care routine, but is not necessary. The nice thing about rollers is that they are generally inexpensive and do not take too much extra time to use.
3. Face Scrubbers/Sponges: sponges and scrubbers are tools used to give the skin a deep exfoliation and cleansing. The tiny microfibers in sponges and scrubbers can help remove the dirt, sweat, and sebum that are stuck deep in the skin. The unique thing about these tools is that they come in all forms, shapes, and sizes and can be suitable for multiple skin types. If you are someone who is looking to give your skin a deeper, thorough cleansing this is the tool for you. This is especially beneficial for people suffering from oily, acne-prone skin.
How can Kamedis Help and what are the benefits?
The Kamedis Scalp Brush
For those suffering from dandruff, seborrhoea dermatitis on the scalp, psoriasis, and the likes, this tool can give you that added treatment to improve and restore your scalp’s health. The brush removes dead skin cells while giving your scalp that feeling of freshness and rejuvenation. The brush fits precisely in the palm of your hand and works perfectly even when you hair is wet. There is no need for batteries, it contains delicate silicone fibers that allow for an effective massage for all hair types. It comes with an open seal where the Kamedis Dandruff Shampoo can be inserted to simultaneously rinse and massage the scalp. The brush is water-resistant and gentle on the skin.