This NUDESTIX 5 in 1 tool is perfect for your skin care routine


In the age of tools, tutorials, and 10-step routines, skin care is anything but simple. It has apparently become a mysterious world of secrets that any beauty lover must spend time decoding. One thing I have understood is that the list of “must have” products for “perfect” skin is endless.

And my medicine cabinet reflects it. As soon as you open the mirror doors, a flurry of potions and tools pour out: tweezers, toners, rollers, serums, etc. My huge collection continues to grow, but part of me just wants to clean up the house and reduce it to the essentials. Luckily NUDESTIX heard my mental scream and sent me their brand new 5 in 1 Professional Skin Tool to try.

This time, no decoding is needed – it’s the only tool you need to simplify your routine.

The innovative (and beautiful – did I mention it’s rose gold?) Set But what sets this versatile product apart from others is its compact size and functionality – it’s portable and every tool is magnetized, which keeps them neatly stacked on top of each other and almost impossible to lose.

Of the five, my favorite tool is the Anti-Bulge Eye Roller. It’s made of 100% metal and is the perfect size to snuggle up and roll right into the contours of my sockets. Massaging the area under the eyes with the roller is invigorating and it’s a refreshing first step that helps me wake up in the morning. (Pro tip: leave this tool in the fridge overnight so it feels cool to the touch in the morning) Regular use of the tool is meant to reduce puffiness and fight fine lines and wrinkles around corners of the eyes. Only time will tell how well it performs, but I’m not disappointed with the results so far.

The rose quartz roller helps shape and deflate your face by promoting lymphatic drainage. I like to use it after applying my serums and moisturizers as it helps my skin absorb each product better.

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According to NUDESTIX, rose quartz stone (which is made with rose gold accents “to add love, energy and luxury” to your routine) stays fresher longer than traditional jade rollers. and is more durable. From my testing, this seems to ring true. Jade rollers that I have used in the past normally start to heat up after just a few rolls on the cheek. However, the rose quartz stone stayed cool the entire time I spent it on my face.

The five-piece set is simple to use and fully customizable. You can rotate the tool of your choice, pull the entire stack apart to use each tool one at a time, or even remove a part that you don’t want to include in your routine. I detached the comedone extractor because I have heard dermatologists recommend that people avoid home use. When misused, it can eventually cause scarring and make rashes worse. I took the time to play it safe, but ended up popping buttons that weren’t ready to go, so I pulled it off the stack to avoid any temptation to (over) use again .

I like to use dermarollers as an at-home treatment to plump my skin and target dark spots. The NUDESTIX x Beauty Magnet tool consists of 540 needles each 0.3 mm long. After using it, I haven’t seen a significant difference in my skin compared to similar tools that I have been using for a year. However, I like having this travel size version which is efficient and easy to store in a snap.

For those who already have their proven product set, this 5 in 1 tool may not be a replacement or upgrade to your favorites. But for those who are completely new to the world of skin care tools and don’t know where to start, this smart magnetic set is an easy foray into the world of home spa treatments.

It’s also a wonderful gift for the skincare addicts in your life, especially if that’s you.

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