10 Must-Have Beauty Gadgets

If you're like me, you have hundreds of beauty products in your closet that you've never touched. (Yellow eyeliner anyone?) Here are some hi-tech beauty gadgets that save you time and money - something we can all use!

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Safetox Beauty


Botox seems to be everywhere, it still requires you to make an

appointment, go to the doctor, get briefed, do the injection (ouch),

and then repeat the process a few months later. It's too much. Instead,

just lock yourself in your bathroom (so you won't scare anyone) and

strap this gadget to your head. The Safetox device works on relaxing,

as well as stimulating, certain muscles in your face in order to get

similar results to the big "B" – minus the needle.

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Facial Center

Looking to save a few bucks? If you head to the salon for a weekly $150 facial, start using this baby to save some cash instantly. I've been using mine for about a year now and although there's no shoulder massage, you do get great results and amazing looking skin!

Therma Clear

You may have heard of the at-home zit-zapping systems that exist. If you haven't, then let me introduce you to the new kid on the block: the Therma Clear. This device uses heat and light to diminish your blemishes with the touch of a $150 button. It's SO worth it.


If you've ever experienced the great results from photo rejuvenation on your face while getting a facial, then you'll love this. Now you can take that same technology home with you and reduce fine lines with this magic wand.


Getting a little cheese on you're thighs? I've been working out, but I don't think I'll ever be able to fully rid myself of cellulite. However, I do feel like this gadget may help. This is the first at-home lipo-massage treatment kit that claims to help zap away unsightly areas.

NoNo Hair Removal System

This device uses what's called Thermicon to help reduce your visits to the waxing room. Pass the cell phone-sized gadget over the preferred spot to get rid of unsightly follicles.

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Dr. Kern Home Sunlamp

After doing quite a bit of research on these babies, this home facial tanning unit seems to be the best one out there. It has the strongest wattage and covers a broad area of your face and neck. But don't forget, tanning = wrinkles!

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Personal UV Monitor

For those of you who fully agree with my last statement, this is a good one for you! Input what type of skin you have and what type of UV protection you have on into this device. When it's time for you to get out of the sun, it will beep. It's sun protection in the palm of your hand.

Anything Chi

Chi is the company that makes the hair styling gizmos that make you think, "Wow, $300 for a straightener? OK!" Their products are just that good. They do the curling, fluffing, straightening, and lifting you need at no expense to your hair's health. This new wet to dry flat iron is really something else!

Jonathan Product Beauty Water Shower Purification System

It's hard to get up on time every morning, but this pampering device makes the process slightly more enjoyable. This gadget purifies your shower water, meaning no chlorine or heavy metals. You can spend even more time in the pool this summer and still have soft, shiny hair.

Cat Schwartz, eBay Gadget Director


Schwartz is one of the leading tech experts in the country, widely

known for her electric commentary on the hottest gadgets and how to use

them. Cat gained a dedicated following after developing new high tech

ways to distribute TV content over the Web, followed by her show on

TechTV, "The Screen Savers." As eBay Gadget Director, Cat educates

consumers on the wide array of consumer electronics available on the

site. She regularly appears on the TODAY Show, offering a fresh,

easy-to-understand approach to consumer electronics. She has also

appeared on "Howard Stern," "Live with Regis and Kelly," and the CBS

Evening News. For more information, visit www.ebayinsiderblog.com

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