- Ease of Use: 18/20
- Experience: 19/20
- Speed of Results: 20/20
- Quality of Ingredients: 19/20
- Value: 16/20
It seems like every day there’s a new high-tech skincare device that promises drastic results. In my experience, these guys work for a little while and cost as much as a car payment. But when I heard about the Droplette 2 ($199)— lauded by Time magazine as one of the best inventions of 2022—I was curious to give the egg-shaped device a try. The buzzy tool promised to turn water-based serums into a “micronized mist” to penetrate the skin barrier more easily. It’s an entirely new way of solving one of the basic shortfalls of all skincare applications—that most serums evaporate on the epidermis without having a chance to properly absorb.