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Readers' Choice Awards 2015: Beauty Tools

Is a Solution for:
Acne, Age Spots, Fine Lines, Sun Spots, Wrinkles
August 24, 2015 Reviewed by Truth In Aging Community 2 Comments

We began announcing our 2015 Readers' Choice Awards winners last week and we continue this week with the best in beauty tools! We started the celebration with the winners in eye creams, cleansers, toners, masks and peels and Wednesday we revealed the best in hair care. Thursday we shared our picks in day creams, night creams and sunscreen and we finished the week unveiling the top body products. Almost 100 community members voted and narrowed our selections down to the top products. Check back over the coming days as we share more results!

Beauty Tools

☆ 1st Place:

Truth Vitality Lux Renew with LED and Ultrasound ($279 in the shop)
Developed in direct response to feedback from the Truth In Aging community, the Truth Vitality Lux Renew with LED and Ultrasound is a product we are genuinely proud of that delivers outstanding results using ultrasound technology and LED light therapy. Intended for the treatment of wrinkles and acne, this at-home device’s effectiveness is backed by a successful 12-week clinical trial. Lux Renew is FDA-cleared. 

Baby Quasar PLUS ($399)
Specifically designed to target periorbital eye wrinkles, this tool uses a combination of LED light combined with infrared light to encourage the production of collagen. It’s FDA cleared and is 25% more powerful than the original Baby Quasar, not to mention easier to use!

☆ 3rd Place:

Trophy Skin Microderm MD ($299 in the shop)
This portable, DIY home microdermabrasion system will have your esthetician missing you and your bank account thanking you. Get results comparable to clinical treatments over time with this kit that gently removes the outer layer of your skin with diamond peel exfoliation. Fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage and age spots will be a distant memory.

  • August 27, 2015

    by Marta

    Hi Dennis, you are braver than me. Thermage works by heating under the skin. I think self-administered heat with an unwarrantyed device is beyond my appetite for risk.

  • August 26, 2015

    by Dennis

    Marta, I am not sure if you are aware that there are now at home thermage devices. They are going for around 100 dollars on Amazon, and have mixed, but mostly positive reviews. I am most likely going to purchase one soon and would be happy to write a review for you, but I would also like to see another member of the TIA team review it.

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