Perfect skin, sinus relief and a Roomba-like toothbrush: 5 wellness devices you'll want in 2019

It's happening: Beauty and wellness are getting a major dose of technology and it's going to make us all feel a whole lot better. Major companies like Proctor and Gamble, Neutrogena and L'Oreal are investing heavily in the health and wellness space, returning products driven by artificial intelligence, wellness apps, 3D printing and devices that quite literally go more than skin deep.

These devices and formulations promise precise treatment, taking your money further and realizing results a lot faster. Here are five of the best wellness devices I can't wait to get my hands -- er, face -- on in 2019.
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All the gadgets for getting healthy at CES 2019

Editor's note July 3, 2019: This article was originally published in January 2019 and has been updated with new information about product availability.
CES 2019 Health and Wellness
Wellness Personal care
OCTOBER 12, 2019 12:35 PM PDT
Opté Precision Skincare System
Effort-free flawless skin

If, like me, you apply foundation or concealer and skincare products almost daily, Opté could make your morning routine a lot simpler.
Opté, a Procter & Gamble brand, promises flawless (literally, no flaws) skin with minimal product and minimal effort. The device, which is a little smaller than a Clarisonic, uses blue light to "scan" your face for imperfections, like age spots, and immediately applies formula to just the small areas that need it.
The best part? The technology actually works. After seeing the device in action at CES, the before-and-afters were astonishing. The finished look is skin that looks natural, makeup-free and spotless.
This device was one of CNET's top 10 products from CES 2019. Pricing and availability is TBA, but Opté is expected to come out in 2019.

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