What It Does: Using ultrasound technology, Arbonne's Genius Ultra applicator massages serums and moisturizers deep into your skin, where they can really do their job. Fans of this little wand note that it makes their go-to skincare products more effective in less time.
Why It's Good: The Genius Ultra allows products to sink into your skin, rather than sit on top of it (as they tend to do when you apply them with your fingertips). Plus, the heated (and safe!) surface is so relaxing that when you dab on eye cream, it will feel like more like a treat than a chore.
Genius Ultra, $241, arbonne.com.
What It Does: While it's always a good idea to have your skin's needs analyzed by a dermatologist or aesthetician, Samsung's S-Skin can help you scale back on those visits. The device syncs with your phone to deliver detailed information about your complexion, and it uses LED light technology to treat everything from acne to dullness.
Why It's Good: The S-Skin keeps you informed of your skin's particular issues, and lets you take action to improve them. Plus, LED light therapy can improve your complexion in ways that traditional products may not, by sending wavelengths of light below the skin's surface to treat blemishes and boost collagen production.
Counting down the days until we get this gadget—so far, Samsung hasn't announced a release date.