After taking a make-up free photo, the consumer is provided with a customised Skin Index Synthesis report, which assesses the health, clarity, firmness, texture and brightness of skin. The HiMirror then identifies problem areas by highlighting features such as dark circles, fine lines and red spots.
Fitted with a lens cap for privacy, the smart device tracks users’ skincare goals. A barcode scanner enables products to be uploaded, logging any changes in skin condition as the product is used and identifying product expiry dates. Consumers can also manually input their own feedback into the wi-fi connected and Bluetooth-enabled mirror.
‘We are excited to bring to market the first ever smart beauty mirror, truly revolutionising the modern beauty routine,’ said Simon Shen, CEO of New Kinpo Group, in a statement.
For more on the future of electronics and technology, visit our Briefing section from 5 to 8 January as we report on more of the many products being featured at CES 2017.