We Tried Hailey Bieber’s Go-To K-Beauty Device to See if It’s Worth the Hype

The viral device helps improve the skin barrier

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Hailey Bieber practically invented glazed donut skin, so it’s no surprise that basically every skincare product she uses on TikTok immediately goes viral. (Listen, we all just want an ounce of that glow, okay?) 

The latest one to catch our eye comes in the form of a facial treatment device called Medicube Age-R Booster-Hdevice ($299 $218), and it supposedly helps the skin barrier, improves pore visibility and helps absorb skincare products (plus it’s meant to improve skin glossiness by 57.4%).

On the newest episode of Take My Money, Kate Kesselman tests out the savvy device with the brand’s “boosting method” to see if it’s really worth the hype (and $218 price tag).

Before jumping right into the review, Kate takes a moment to list all the skin benefits the Medicube Age-R Booster-Hdevice claims to offer. “The main features of this device are to help your skin barrier, improve your pore visibility and also help your skin to absorb skincare products.”

After applying the Medicube Triple Deep Erasing Cream ($39) to her face, Kate turns on the device and tries levels one and two.

“From level one to level two, there is a huge difference,” she says in the vid. “It almost feels like this would be the equivalent of microblading. But a much lighter version because it’s pulsating on the skin. So, I feel like this will help create collagen.”

Watch the full episode above to hear whether or not the Medicube Age-R Booster-Hdevice helped Kate achieve that glazed donut skin. 

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