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    03.18.2021 | Cherry Chen | News

    Speaking of mask, I believe that women have the most say in women's friends. But it is true that beauty is the nature of women. How can an exquisite girl lose her mask? It is said that "Fan Ye" can cram 1000 facial masks a year, so long as there is leisure, it will be applied. He is soft-handed.


    It is said that women are all made of water, and a good mask can make the skin instantly drink enough water to make the skin soft, bright and elastic. But there are many kinds of facial mask. Have you ever thought of making a customized facial mask for yourself?


    Incidentally, Neutrogena is recently using the new 3D printing technology to customize the mask. It will appear on CES 2019 next week. The mask produced by 3D printer can be customized according to the precise facial shape and specific skin problems of each wearer and will be made up of customized ingredients to meet the wearer's needs.


    Users only need to use smartphones to self-timer in MaskiD applications, and then choose which type of skin care products to print on each area of the mask. Users only need to base on six areas: forehead, eye area, cheek, nose, nasolabial groove and chin. Using a device called Neutrogena Skin 360 provided by Neutrogena, connect to a smartphone and scan the size of pore and fine lines as well as skin moisture content, then provide user recommendations for each area.


    Of course, if users don't have Skin 360 devices, they can fill in skin questionnaires online to get personalized suggestions, or they can choose the ingredients they want to join. Once they submit their requests and take their own photos, they will finally record which ingredients will be placed with color codes, and then print them out in 3D. Suitable for user facial mask.


    "With a 3D printer, we can accurately determine how high your eyes, nose, mouth and forehead are," said Michael Southall, director of research and global director of Ludwig Beauty Technology. "Color coding is a way of showing the benefits they get in each region, and each region can be different. The key to using 3D printing is that we can put the active ingredients you want on the mask perfectly.