For the first time, Amorepacific is participating in the Consumer Electronics Show and its 3D Printing Mask Pack won the CES Innovation Award in the 3D printing category. The hydrogel mask pack can be made with 3D printing to address various skin characteristics and face types, as well as specific concerns related to gender or living environment.
The system introduces an app-based 3D scanner and skin diagnostic tool to take measurements and create products in real-time, on-site with a 3D printer—a process that takes about five minutes in-store.
At CES 2020, tons of customizable beauty innovations are being introduced, signaling that consumers want to take a more active role in making products that specifically address their needs.
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