Annually, tons of new beauty-tech gadgets are unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show and at CES 2019, Neutrogena will be introducing the future of facial care with its Neutrogena MaskiD 3D-printed face masks.
Over the past few years, consumers have been embracing "multimasking" as an efficient way to treat multiple skincare issues with masks with different formulas and benefits. In the same way that multimasking creates a colorful patchwork of targeted skincare solutions across the face, these 3D-printed face masks offer specific ingredients for various areas of concern.
Creating a custom face mask begins with taking a selfie in the MaskiD app, selecting a treatment and customizing areas such as the forehead, eye area, cheeks, chin and more. With the Neutrogena Skin360 device, which spots pores, fine lines and the skin's moisture level, an accurate reading of the skin is determined. Best of all, the customized masks are set to be available within Neutrogena's drugstore price range.