Thursday, 22 March 2018

A Closer Look at The Latest Skin Care Technology


There's a lot that can be said about the saying, "If you look good, you feel good". These days we are dependent so much on technology that we don't realise what good it could be doing for us in terms of our own skin care. There's some amazing new devices and treatments available that we can access in the comfort of our own homes. Today's guest post gives us the lowdown on some of latest treatments we can use.

"In this age of technological innovation with intelligent gadgets such as palm-sized computers and smart devices our daily lives are affected to a smaller or larger extent. From the time we get up in the morning to a machine-made cup of coffee, to the smart devices that automatically switch on our sound and viewing when we get home at night, our lives are made easier and more convenient.

Now these remarkable new technological advancements have also been extended to our beauty routines. A wave of clever high-tech beauty tools have entered the market that make it easy to perform beauty regimens at home that were previously only available with the use of expensive machines at a dermatologist's office.

New skin care gadgets allow customers to self-analyse and treat beauty issues with virtual systems that are able to analyse problems, treat imperfections, and teach consumers personalized techniques to improve their skin condition on a daily basis at home.

High-Mirror, one of the beauty industry's biggest names in technological advancements, produced the world’s first Smart Beauty Mirror a couple of years ago. The new Plus addition is now accompanied by a HiSkin device. The product's hands-free design carries out a completely personalized analysis of your skin by simply taking your picture. Surface level flaws such as sun damage, wrinkles, enlarged pores and other complexion issues are examined and then the device recommends the appropriate treatments and products for every problem.

The Plus model features LED lighting for 5 different settings from sunny outdoors to sunset, and from supermarket and restaurant to bright office lighting. It also includes a memory that records your skin analyses and tracks it over a period of time. The HiSkin device that connects to the mirror takes the surface evaluation to a whole new level by analysing dark circles, the cuticle moisture of the skin, subcutaneous pigmentation, and environmental factors that affect the skin. The portable HiSkin pod can be connected to a mobile app to provide skin care on-the-go.

The Samsung S-Skin not only analyses and then tracks the condition of the skin, but treats it with micro-needles that penetrate the skin's surface with special ingredients while simultaneously measuring the condition of the skin. The product delivers injected ingredients to help treat skin conditions such as blemishes and wrinkles while the needles examine redness, melanin, and hydration. This device offers LED light treatment to purify the complexion and rid the skin of dark spots.


You may be able to alter your skin with these tools, however if you want to make a more significant change then you will need to use a service such as this - http://www.dore.sg/nose-job- without-surgery/ for your face.

With the realisation that beauty is not only skin deep but also about the health of the skin, technology is presenting the beauty industry with the tools that help consumers analyse their own skin conditions and follow recommendations for personalized treatment."

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