Futuristic beauty solutions

February 14, 2016

Keeping with the flow of last weeks technology buzz, the future of beauty also lays in beauty makeover products that let you experiment before you commit, skin and hair analysis tools, tools for skin stimulation and flaw elimination, tools to provide better posture, shield from harmful sun rays, and create a more beautiful smile, augmented and virtual reality beauty solutions, and age detection analysis etc.Beauty products haven’t embraced technology quite like other parts of our lives, at least not yet. 


Paris-based company Wired Beauty spent three years creating a face mask (called MAPO) with a corresponding app called La Clinique Digitale. It’s a beauty mask that connects to an app to report back on how your skin is doing. 

Made up of multiple layers, you wear it like a conventional beauty mask, placing it on your forehead and cheeks. After a minute of wearing, MAPO will analyse just how you can improve your skin. It’ll measure your skin’s moisture before using its community based features to help you learn what the best routine to follow is. Through a customized coaching service, it’ll even give you a heads up on which bad habits to eliminate.

Mapo has several cool features, besides being a face mask. There are sensors in the mask, and you can check-up on your skin in less than a minute. It provides you with most accurate data regarding your skin. There are three main zones that are located on the mask that measure the levels of your skin’s moisture.

The mask is flexible and has electronics integrated into soft medical grade silicon. That material is specially incorporated into the mask because it provides a soft and secure contact with the skin. After all the data is collected, it’s transferred to your smartphone via Bluetooth, so you can manage everything using an App.

The App allows you to see the whole picture of your face with accurate levels of moisture. Of course, MAPO doesn’t just collect the data. Just like a regular face mask, it treats the skin. So, how does it do that? You can activate the booster function just by pressing one button on the App, and the mask will deliver a gentle warmth to provide the necessary skin care.

There are three main heating zones placed inside the mask.

The heating zones are placed on the cheeks and forehead and can heat up to 104°F. The heat opens the skin pores and accelerates the blood flow. You can apply your favourite cream and MAPO will boost its efficiency. 

My UV Patch

L’Oreal Group’s La Roche-Posay launched My UV Patch, which is a transparent adhesive. The new peel-and-stick sensor differs from the rigid wearables currently on the market for this purpose, since it stretches and adheres directly to any area of skin that consumers want to monitor.

Guive Balooch, global vice president of L’Oréal’s Technology Incubator, has developed this product with PCH, the Irish product engineering firm that also manufactures the wearableRingly. Through the app, the stretchable sensor that tells you how much UV exposure you are subject to. The patch lasts 5 days. The plan is to offer the patch when people buy solar creams at skincare brands such as La Roche Posay.

Consumers will be able to take a photo of the patch and upload it to the La Roche-Posay My UV Patch mobile app, which analyses the varying photosensitive dye squares to determine the amount of UV exposure the wearer has received. The My UV Patch mobile app will be available on both iOS and Android.


HairMax is a laser treatment you put over your scalp for 90 seconds every night to make your hair regrow and get thicker.

This new enhanced hands-free laser medical device delivers nourishing laser light to energise and revitalise your hair follicles and regrow your hair. The unique new cradle design incorporates 82 medical grade lasers and patented hair parting teeth, which parts your hair during treatment for maximum laser light delivery to your follicles to achieve optimal results.The treatment takes as little as 90 seconds, the fastest laser treatment for hair loss.

3D Nails

Inail the nail art 3D printer that can print anything on your nails within 8 seconds! It is very expensive though, but if it really works will be the delight of many. 

Also available are 3D printed nail press ons. Clawz, The Shanghai-based startup designs and produces 3D-printed press-on nails and then sells them around the world. 

Panasonic Future Mirror

Panasonic Future Mirror can analyze your skin problems: your wrinkles, sun damages and other flaws and tell you which products you should use to fix them. It also allows people to try different make-ups (and receive step by step tutorials) and hair styles. 

Whenever one has to select a foundation or lipstick, One always has to try on a few shades at the beauty counter before buying.When the Panasonic Future Mirror is installed in stores, you’ll be able to go to your favorite beauty counter and virtually try on multiple new looks. The Future Mirror automatically identifies your facial features and overlays makeup over your image in the mirror. The Future Mirror can even track you as you move, so you can see the makeup as it would appear in real life. 

The make-up artist can quickly cycle through your options and then tailor the colors and application to your taste. This makes it easy to try looks that are outside your comfort zone (like this edgy look In the picture ) and discover new shades you wouldn’t have otherwise considered. Once you like what you see in the mirror, you can purchase the products and have step-by-step application instructions emailed to you.

The Future Mirror can also be used to analyze your skin, checking for pores, radiance, sun spots, fine lines and other skin characteristics. And with your skin evaluation, you’ll receive recommendations for beauty tools, like facial steamers and cleaning devices, and skin care products, including cleaners and moisturizers.

Want to know how well your new skin regimen is working? The Future Mirror can store your results each time it performs a scan, so you can see your progress the next time you visit the store. 

Trying before buying is essential when it comes to beauty products and the Panasonic Future Mirror’s technology lets you try all the options to ensure you’re making informed buying decisions. See the Future Mirror in action in the video below. 

Panasonic said the mirror would first be sold to department stores to help shop sell beauty.

Futuristic Dental Health

Brushing, flossing, and whitening will go to the next level. A tooth-hardening pill to prevent cavities is not far off, says Marc Lowenberg, a cosmetic dentist in New York City. Lowenberg is developing tooth gloss, a brush-on protective barrier that prevents discoloration from things like red wine and coffee. And even toothpaste may become obsolete. Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada, working with Shiken, a Japanese company, have created a light-powered toothbrush, the Soladey-J3X, which is expected to be available later this year. A solar panel at the base of the handle transmits electrons to the traditional-looking brush at the top, and they interact with acid in the mouth, getting rid of bacteria and breaking down plaque.

Futuristic Hair Removal

Say good-bye to razors, wax, and depilatories: In the near future, you may be able to replace them with a home laser that cuts hair off precisely, along with another laser or Intense Pulsed Light appliance that kills the hair follicles. These devices, which are being introduced now, will cut down on how often you have to shave or wax—or may even remove hair permanently.

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  • Reply Wilma on February 16, 2016 says;

    What a lovely post! Love the MAPO…

  • Reply Aria on February 16, 2016 says;

    P, I’m in love with your blog… Amazing post!! Love all of these gadgets.. I need the 3D Nails maker!

  • Reply alma on February 16, 2016 says;

    هذه الطابعة 3D لالأظافر رهيبة. الحب للحصول عليه. خطة عمل البحر المتوسط هي أيضا رائعة!

  • Reply Agnus D on February 16, 2016 says;

    Pretty Nails!! I want them

  • Reply Olivia on February 16, 2016 says;

    Hey, pretty post! The face mask is a definite buy! Nails, yes yes yes…

  • Reply Kato on February 16, 2016 says;

    utterly beautiful gadgets!!! excellent post

  • Reply J. Elliott on February 16, 2016 says;

    Beautiful post P… Excellent information provided

  • Reply Kamille Poire on February 16, 2016 says;

    Great information indeed. Did not know so many interesting devices exist. I know about the toothbrush, but the rest.. awesome!

  • Reply Patricia on February 16, 2016 says;

    Hey, the nails are awesome… Love the hairmax too… MAPO… oh my god.. which one to fall in love with!

  • Reply Katherine on February 16, 2016 says;

    Awestruck! I’m so impressed with each an every post you compile. The information you give is really balanced and most of them are very quality information. Like this post. I too like the face mask MAPO…. The generation and technology are really keeping up together busy!

  • Reply Puja Santosh on February 16, 2016 says;

    The technology is great… Not sure, if they can be got into a consumers home… except the toothbrush of course. The Harmax, 3D Nails, MAPO, etc, might or could be available with the parlours. Don’t you think so?

  • Reply Jammie de la Cuesta on February 16, 2016 says;

    The Mapo is really cool.

  • Reply Stella Ester on February 16, 2016 says;

    Grands gadgets. tout est beau

  • Reply Lily Howarth on February 16, 2016 says;

    3D Nails is fantastic.. Love your posts..

  • Reply Isabella on February 16, 2016 says;

    amazing post. amazing pictures and amazing gadgets.

  • Reply rain77 on February 16, 2016 says;

    Nice to see such different and new products in the market

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  • Reply Kate Goodspeed on February 16, 2016 says;

    What else is not possible now a days? Almost everything is possible. I was reading a news article that mentioned by the year 2116 you can download your meals. Where is this world heading.. Is all this for good, or will it destroy a lot of ethics, values, etc

  • Reply Inga on February 16, 2016 says;

    Wow… awesome! Your posts are technology these days….you have your hand in everything i guess..

  • Reply Ursula on February 16, 2016 says;

    Great article.. very well articulated. Your blog is very neat!

  • Reply Bonnie on February 16, 2016 says;

    Very cool stuffs..

  • Reply Rachel Cotterill on February 16, 2016 says;

    There is great deal of changing face in the health care with wearable devices. Great post!

  • Reply Sanjeeta kk on February 16, 2016 says;

    I know a lot of them have commented to you in the past, but I really want to stress the fact that, your blog is very clean. Unlike other blogs, you just concentrate in your content. This is a great quality blog I must say. Fascinating devices!

  • Reply Teresa on February 16, 2016 says;

    Really useful gadgets. Love to possess at least 1 of them

  • Reply Eva on February 16, 2016 says;

    Beautiful post and compilation. Crisp and well written to that one should know. Nice gadgets!

  • Reply Emma Brown on February 16, 2016 says;

    I have actually passed this post and your last 2 previous posts to my friends. Most of them are excited with the butterfly dress, and some with the 3D printing technology. There is hell a lot of things you can do in this world in this age.

  • Reply Molly on February 16, 2016 says;

    Wearable devices will far surpass market expectations, and become ramping consumer technology device to date.

  • Reply Thelma J. Godfrey on February 16, 2016 says;

    Over the course of the last few years there have been a great progress and developments in such devices. Slowly after they get introduced, it is also becoming a little easier for consumer to lay their hands upon.

    I love your posts. This blog is way beyond expectations. Please keep it this way. It will really help a lot of readers like me, who will love to read only information and not see junk advertisements and have 2 lines of content which is as junk as the advertisements.

  • Reply Sabína on February 16, 2016 says;

    Love your posts! Great players will too acquire small guys and deliver great quality devices for the consumers. Will wait

  • Reply Samanta on February 16, 2016 says;

    Alien age approaching

  • Reply Heiða Hallmundsdóttir on February 16, 2016 says;

    What a beautiful post! Love the information provided

  • Reply Yasmin Pinto Fernandes on February 16, 2016 says;

    Beautiful work

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