[CES 2020] Amorepacific brings touch of beauty to CES 2020
This is the company’s first time at the trade show. The two products were presented in the Venetian Ballroom at Tech West alongside products in 3-D printing, artificial intelligence, smart homes and the Internet of Things.
During the trade show, which runs through Friday, the company organized trial sessions to allow visitors to try the products in person.
The 3-D mask-printing machine is capable of creating hydrogel face masks customized for different face sizes and skin types. From scanning to receiving the final product, the entire process takes five minutes, which allows the device to produce on-demand hydrogel masks in stores. The machine will be made available for use at select Iope stores starting April.
The LED flexible patch, which is yet unnamed, can flexibly change shape for any skin surface. It is designed to eliminate spots with light.
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