The Best Beauty Tools for Your Treatment Room and Retail Shelves #EstheticianLife

Hi Estys! It’s your Editor Samantha here with a roundup of some of the best beauty tools for your treatment room and retail shelves! As we head into the New Year, it’s essential to think of ways to elevate your client experience while keeping a safe distance from your clients. Incorporating these tools into your treatment rooms can eliminate some of that touch while adding a bit of flair to your treatments. It can also be a great way to promote these tools for your clients to use at home in between treatments!


Smooth and tighten the skin with a refreshing cryoglobe facial using frozen, medical-grade steel globes. This duo tool encourages microcirculation and detoxification while reducing the appearance of pores, facial lines, and giving the skin a radiant glow. It is a great tool to use after peeling, dermaplaning, and microneedling. 

Facial Rollers

Improve blood circulation in the face to make the skin look brighter and feel firmer. Facial rollers decrease puffiness, cools and soothes the skin, and allows for deeper product penetration! You can use it to lift the eyes, tone the cheeks, and firm the neck & decollete. It is also a very popular trend amongst skincare lovers so adding these to your retail shelves is a no-brainer!

High-Frequency Machine

This device safely kills acne-causing bacteria while oxygenating the skin, increasing circulation, and reducing inflammation and redness. It uses an argon gas electrode to emit a small electrical current that generates oxygen to shorten your blemishes’ lifespan and prevent future breakouts. It is perfect for your acne-prone clients!

Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber

Face scrubbers help clear out dead skin and debris by exfoliating the skin through ultrasonic waves or high-frequency vibrations. It is used on damp skin to allow for the device to glide more easily. While it is available for at-home use, it is best used by estheticians to prevent irritation and acne formation. 

Gua Sha Stones

Increase blood flow, release tension, drain the lymphatic system, and tone complexions with Gua Sha – a skincare technique derived from Chinese Medicine. These stones will not only give your clients an instant ethereal glow but help stimulate collagen production to reduce fine lines and boost skin elasticity! For more on Gua Sha and the type of stones, check out our article one!

LED Light Therapy

LED light therapy is a touchless treatment using varying wavelengths to treat different conditions like acne, inflammation, hyperpigmentation, and has incredible anti-aging effects. You can apply an LED for 30 minutes on the appropriate setting after exfoliation or extractions. You can also provide handheld LED devices for your clients to use at home to maintain your treatment results!

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What are your favorite beauty tools to use in the treatment rooms and at-home!?

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