Amorepacific displays latest in skin treatment tech

The South Korean beauty company's second-generation IOPE tailored facial mask system can create customized sheet masks by leveraging 3D printing technology.

The second-generation IOPE tailored facial mask system from Amorepacific has attracted much attention at the ongoing China International Import Expo.

The South Korean beauty company can create a customized sheet mask on site by leveraging 3D printing technology, the speed and accuracy of which have been upgraded from what was displayed at the first CIIE last year.

The machine can collect 13 facial dimensions by measuring eyes, noses, lips and forehead contours to create a perfectly fitting mask. The serums of the mask will also be tailor-made based on the condition of the skin, which can be analyzed by the machine within minutes.

Amorepacific displays latest in skin treatment tech

Amorepacific is also presenting the Skin Light Therapy II, an intelligent phototherapy facial beauty machine for domestic use.

At this year’s CIIE, Amorepacific is exhibiting nearly 400 products under 11 brands, double the number from last year's event.

Amorepacific displays latest in skin treatment tech
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