4 smart beauty products: Perso, MakeON Flexible LED Patch, HiMirror Slide, and Opte at-home precise skincare solutions



HiMirror, pioneering beauty tech brand, revealed the HiMirror Slide at Consumer Electronics Show 2020 in Las Vegas.

In 2017, pioneering beauty tech brand HiMirror introduced the world’s first voice-interactive smart mirror and continues to revolutionize the tech category with their latest launch, HiMirror Slide, as well as their compatible accessories and professional models.

HiMirror offers an in-depth, personalized skincare analysis based on the evolving conditions of the skin, local weather and more, while keeping an ongoing record of each user’s skin to track skincare progress. The HiMirror Slide ($119), the latest consumer launch, is an innovative new tool designed for both at home and on-the-go use.

The HiMirror Slide’s convenient 8″ size comes equipped with slideable panels plus a foldable, rotatable stand for easy storage and both portrait and landscape viewing. For always flawless makeup application, two LED ambient-light strips surround the mirror. Other smart features include but are not limited to; Amazon-Alexa, music streaming, social media, weather and news updates, as well as Google Assistant conversation actions. The user can ask Google Assistant to complete tasks such as pulling skin, body and hydration reports and even turning the LED makeup lights on and off.

@Amorepacific, @CES 2020

@Amorepacific, @CES 2020

Korea’s leading beauty company presented IT-integrated innovative beauty technology

Amorepacific, Korea’s leading beauty company, presented its 3D face mask printing system (IOPE Tailored 3D Mask) and flexible LED beauty device (MakeON Flexible LED Patch) at its Consumer Electronics Show 2020 (CES 2020) debut.

Created in collaboration with the 3D printing system developer Lincsolution in 2017, Amorepacific’s face mask 3D printing system uses its own smartphone app to instantly measure users’ facial dimensions, printing a personalized hydrogel mask that caters to individual facial features and skin conditions. Recognized as a CES 2020 Innovation Award Honoree, the face mask 3D printing technology will be available to consumers through Amorepacific’s lab-based skincare brand IOPE, as a part of its tailored service available at the brand’s Seoul flagship store starting April 2020.


Also included in Amorepacific’s CES debut showcase is its latest beauty device that features flexible LED technology. Unveiled for the first time to the public, the lightweight, flexible LED patch adheres to the skin, minimizing light dispersion and maximizing the skincare effect, which include firming, tone-evening, and soothing. The flexible LED device will be available in Korea through the company’s beauty device brand MakeON this year.

L’Oréal’s Perso ; @L’Oréal

Perso: A First-Of-Its-Kind, 3-in-1 Device For Personalized At-Home Skincare And Cosmetics

L’Oréal‘s Perso Smart AI system creates on-demand, personalized formulas for skincare, lipstick, and foundation that optimize over time–incorporating real-time skin assessment, air-quality, pollution data and trend analysis

Developed by the L’Oréal Technology Incubator, Perso’s sleek device, which stands 6.5 inches high and weighs just over one pound, features a streamlined four-step process to deliver on-the-spot skincare and cosmetic formulas that optimize for increasing levels of personalization over time.

With a patented motorized cartridge system, Perso creates personalized skincare formulas in four steps: Personal skin analysis, Environmental assessment, Product preference, Custom formulation and dispensing. Perso’s hardware features a uniquely designed motor system located at the top of the device which moves and compresses the formula from the cartridges at the base of the machine in an upward motion to the dispensing tray above.

This collective data informs the creation of a personalized blend of high-performance skincare, dispensed in a perfectly portioned, single dose at the top of the device for easy, clean application. The technology adjusts for morning and evening application, and the device features a detachable mirrored top so consumers have the option of taking a single or larger dose with them on-the-go.

With regular use, Perso’s AI platform will be able to assess skin conditions over time, letting the user know what is working and will automatically adapt future formulas based on personal results. Perso’s future makeup offerings will have the capability to incorporate real-time trend information as well as color-matching technology into its personalized product offerings. Consumers would be able to design a lipstick shade to match their outfit or to opt for a color that is trending on social media at that moment.

Perso technology builds upon L’Oréal’s years of expertise building innovative, personalized beauty experiences.

Its smart system will be designed to respect consumer privacy, with transparent controls. The development of Perso was informed by the L’Oréal Technology Incubator’s successful launches of award-winning products including the personalized skincare system Custom D.O.S.E by SkinCeuticals, the customized foundation platform Le Teint Particulier by Lancôme, at-home personalized haircolor system Color & Co., and My Skin Track UV by La Roche-Posay, the world’s first battery-free wearable to measure personal UV exposure, which
launched at CES 2018 and was sold exclusively at Apple beginning in November 2018.

Opte Precision Skincare; @us.pg.com

Opte Precision Skincare

P&G Ventures, the startup studio within Procter & Gamble, is excited to return to CES 2020 to showcase the development of Opte Precision Skincare System, the first personalized handheld inkjet printer to instantly make the appearance of skin’s hyperpigmentation disappear and fade spots over time. Bringing smart technology to beauty, Opte is creating a new category of at-home precise skincare solutions, set to go to market in Summer 2020. Opte scans, detects, and corrects hyperpigmentation with precision application to reveal the natural beauty of skin.

Opte Precision Skincare System first debuted at CES 2019, where the device received an overwhelming response and four “Best Of” awards. This year, Opte returned to CES with updates. Opte is now 70% less expensive and the smart beauty device can process skin images 30% faster Opte has an improved user interface and upgraded OLED display and is more portable and adds connectivity to assure a better user experience.

The Opte wand scans the skin with an enhanced digital camera that captures 200 frames per second and instantly analyzes each image using a proprietary algorithm to detect tonal imperfections not visible to the human eye. Using input from the algorithm, Opte precisely prints via a new-to-the-world, custom thermal inkjet printer and cartridge, depositing picolitre droplets of Spot Optimizing Serum on target areas until there is a perfect color match with the surrounding skin tone. Correcting in real time, Opte also faces the appearance of sun damage and hyperpigmentation spots over time.

Baseblue Cosmetics All About Hue’ Blush Brush; @basebluecosmetics.com

A Bonus. Just in time for the Lunar New Year.

All About Hue’ Blush Brush: Limited edition brush for cheek makeup

Baseblue Cosmetics has announced its fifth product launch and first in 2020, the limited-edition “All About Hue” Blush Brush released just in time for the Lunar New Year and the first blush brush authentically made with Chinese porcelain. This ultra-plush makeup brush (USD$99.98) tailor-designed with a gold infused handle and hand-crafted with custom paint by local artisans.

The ‘All About Hue’ brush will stand out because of its ink painted design tip and white bristles dipped in a gradient blue hue.

@Amorepacific, @CES 2020

@Amorepacific, @CES 2020