8 Beauty Products That Were Legit Sent From The Future To Make You Out Of This World
Prepare to get extra af.
If you're feeling like your beauty regime needs a little shakeup then it might just be time to call in reinforcements... from the future.
We've come a looong way since the days of relying solely on our bare hands and a few different lotions and potions to glow up, and now it seems there's not a single beauty woe that doesn't have a futurist AF gadget to solve it. We're talking everything from light therapy in your living room (cya acne) to micro-needling while you're microwavin' your dinner.
Hit play on the video to see a bunch of guys try on makeup for the first time. Contouring? No problemo...
Granted, most of these contraptions look mildly terrifying, and some might cost you an arm and a leg (not literally unless you're really going for improper use), but if the claims are true they could save you a ton on professional treatments with potentially better results.
So without further ado, let's get checking out the beauty products that were legit sent from the future to make us out of this world...
Neutrogena Visibly Clear Light Therapy Acne Mask
If you don't mind looking like a stormtrooper for ten minutes a day then this could just be the answer to all your acne-banishing prayers.
The mask uses clinically proven light therapy used by dermatologists to treat mild to moderate acne. The gadget will only set you back £60 and claims that after 10-minute sessions daily for 12 weeks you'll notice visibly clearer skin with results in as little as one week. Sign us up!
Foreo UFO smart mask
With UFO standing for 'Ur Future Obsession' this little gem was legit sent from the future heavens. It might be small, but the clever contraption comes with some pretty big benefits.
Combining thermo therapy, t-sonic pulsations AND RGB light therapy to give you a 90-second facial, this device didn't land on earth to mess around. At £250, it's pretty pricey - but nothing compared to frequent professional facials.
Dyson supersonic hair dryer
At £299, you want to be certain this thing will provide you with the best blow-dry of your life.
But just like Shakira's hips, the reviews don't lie and it seems the product's claims of the fastest and sleekest dry imaginable as well as reduced heat damage are all in fact true.
BeGlow Tia all-in-one sonic skincare system
You might be looking at this thing thinking WTF, but if you're the kinda person that likes to get everything done in as little time as possible then this is the futuristic beauty gadget for you.
The device cleanses, lifts and tones the skin all at once with pulsing technology. The whole thing not only makes for a better cleanse, but actually strengthens the facial muscles for extra definition in the jawline and cheekbones. Think of it like a £299 one-off payment for unlimited access to the face gym.
Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare's Spectralite Eyecare pro
Disclaimer: you will undoubtedly look like the Marvel superhero that never quite made the cut the second you put these on.
Still, this device claims to be "the future of skin care for the delicate eye area," and it's easy to see why. The device uses LED light to kickstart under-active skin cells and help stimulate collagen synthesis. Snazzy.
GloPro microstimulation facial tool
While it looks like a weapon that could do some actual damage, micro-needling has long been hailed as one of the best non-invasive ways to keep your skin looking youthful.
It's probably not worth stabbing yourself in the face unless aging is one of your concerns rn, but for those of you looking to get visibly firmer, smoother and younger looking skin then this clever £199 contraption might be the one for you.
Foreo Luna Mini 2
Foreo are srsly advanced when it comes to skincare, with their Luna device totally changing the cleansing game.
This tiny £119 tool uses 8000 t-sonic pulsations per minute to rid you of dead skin cells, all that dirt that inevitably gets in your pores as well as any makeup residue. If you're gonna cleanse, cleanse right.
Michael Todd's Sonicblend antimicrobial sonic makeup brush
Because blending get's boring, right? Luckily this nifty device will do all of that for you in half the time, plus it promises to use less makeup while achieving the perfect radiant look.
The product comes with three different speed settings, so you can simply select yours depending on how late you're running for work. In all seriousness, this is pretty cool for £57.
So there you have it, not even Busted saw this lot coming when they went to the year 3000.