Amorepacific is presenting its 3D face mask printing system (IOPE Tailored 3D Mask) and flexible LED beauty device (MakeON Flexible LED Patch) at the Consumer Electronics Show 2020 (CES 2020) in Las Vegas.
Created in collaboration with the 3D printing system developer Lincsolution in 2017, Amorepacific's face mask 3D printing system uses its own smartphone app to instantly measure users' facial dimensions, printing a personalized hydrogel mask that caters to individual facial features and skin conditions.
Recognized as a CES 2020 Innovation Award Honoree, the face mask 3D printing technology will be available to consumers through Amorepacific's lab-based skincare brand IOPE, as a part of its tailored service available at the brand's Seoul flagship store starting April 2020.
A prototype of the system was available at the IOPE Lab located in Seoul, Korea from 2017 to 2018. Through the pilot project, Amorepacific improved both speed and accuracy of analysis and printing, and was recognized with an award in the design concept category at the 2019 Red Dot Design Awards.
Also included in Amorepacifc's CES debut showcase is its latest beauty device that features flexible LED technology. The patch fits close to the skin, minimizing 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.
"We are very pleased to present our innovative beauty technology for the first time at CES. Digitalization is making waves in the beauty industry, and as the leading beauty company in Korea Amorepacific is actively investing in converging the best of both worlds to develop creative products for our customers," says Wonseok Park, Senior Vice President of Amorepacific R&D Center's Innovation Division, in a news release.