Dozens of lifestyle tech trends are already emerging at CES, including devices that facilitate virtual medical diagnoses; the first scientifically-proven scent created to improve sleep; next generation AI-driven skin analysis tools; and dozens of in-home based fitness systems.
Here, a roundup of a few of the beauty innovations seen at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, including Wella Professionals’ augmented reality enabled Smart Mirror, Neutrogena’s new 3D-printed sheet mask, and La Roche-Posay’s wearable sensor and companion app designed to measure personal skin pH levels.
Unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show on Tuesday in Las Vegas, the tool is described as “the world’s first smart mask,” and has been designed to offer spa-level facial treatments at home in 90 seconds.
In partnership with a division of Nokia and L’Oréal’s Research and Innovation Technology Incubator comes the Kérastase Hair Coach Powered by Withings, a brush that collects hair data as soon as one begins brushing, and works with an accompanying mobile app.
From traditional beauty gadgets to the not-so-obvious innovations, here is Beauty Insider’s recap of the best in beauty technology at the show.
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