South Korean beauty company Amorepacific has revealed a high-tech 3D face-mask printing system called IOPE Tailored 3D Mask at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Amorepacific has teamed up with 3D printing-system developer Lincsolution to create a system that prints bespoke face masks.
Using its own smartphone app to instantly measure users’ facial dimensions, Amorepacific’s printing system designs a personalised hydrogel mask that caters to individual facial features and skin conditions.
“Digitalisation is making waves in the beauty industry,” said Wonseok Park, senior VP of Amorepacific R&D centre’s innovation division. “Amorepacific is actively investing in converging the best of both worlds to develop creative products for our customers.”
The Amorepacific’s 3D printing technology will be available to its customers at the brand’s Seoul flagship store opening this April through the lab-based skincare brand IOPE.
Besides the IOPE Tailored 3D Mask, Amorepacific introduced its MakeOn Flexible LED Patch, flexible LED beauty device. Fitting close to the skin, minimising light dispersion and maximizing the skincare effect, as well as providing a hands-free wearable experience, the flexible LED device will be available in Korea through the company’s beauty device brand MakeOn this year.