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Do At-Home Beauty Devices Really Work?
Jun 18th 2013 12:00PM
As everything in our lives turns digital, it's no surprise that our blemish and anti-aging lifesavers now need to be plugged into an outlet. Technologies such as acne-treating blue light therapy and wrinkle-eliminating microcurrents have made the leap from the doctor's office to the convenience of our homes in recent years. But do at-home gadgets offer results comparable to those you'd get from the derm? We put five of these products to the test, plus consulted top dermatologists to find out if these pricey products are worth the splurge.
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