Proctor & Gamble debuted its most recent tool in the battle versus aging. At CES today, the business presented the world to “Opté,” a portable gadget that prints anti-aging item on top of your skin, functioning as a real-world Photoshop, basically.
Opté conceals hyperpigmentation, or age areas, by moving a gadget the size of an electrical razor over the skin’s surface area.
Utilizing blue LED lights, the gadget optimizes contrasts in melanin prior to utilizing onboard video cameras to take more than 200 images per second. Images are then sent out to a microprocessor that examines 70,000 lines of code to identify the size, shape, and strength of each acne. After photographing and examining the skin, a small onboard printer with 120 nozzles, each thinner than a human hair, transfers a specially-formulated skin care serum straight to the issue location– foregoing option on locations where it’s not required.
According to Proctor & Gamble, its internal inkjet printers can replicate any skin color, beginning with cartridges for reasonable, medium, and dark skin as a base.
For anybody presently using makeup to cover imperfections, the business states, this might change it completely. And, perk, it will not sweat off like standard concealers. It’s not simply a concealer, however. Opté could, in time, minimize the look of these imperfections with anti-aging active ingredients utilized in the coverup option.
Prices info is still up in the air, however Proctor & Gamble prepares to launch the gadget later on this year, or in early 2020.
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