Although skin tests are typically done at the cosmetics counter, the Memoret lens and Hada More app are designed to offer ladies the ability to perform the test from home.
The Japanese skin care solutions work by simply affixing onto the lens of a smartphone. After skin has been washed and dried, users can snap a picture using the Memoret lens. From here, the Hada More app will send the photo to a server that analyzes the findings. Information about elasticity, wrinkles and even tone can be delivered to help users pick the right skin care regime and makeup for their skin.
As the smartphone is more intensely utilized by consumers for a wide variety of different activities, we'll likely continue to see more innovations like this skin testing equipment.
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