New technology to deliver better, faster and more personalized personal and home care.
French firm B2B Cosmetics says it has developed Emuage, a countertop unit that will make specialized beauty treatments at home using pre-filled cartridges of raw materials, including active ingredients. Is this destined to become the “Keurig” of cosmetics?
Sheet masks are so last year, says Foreo. The maker of the Luna face brush has a Kickstarter campaign for the UFO, which it contends offers a faster, more convenient at-home facial treatment by way of “Hyper-Infusion” technology, LED light therapy and specialized Korean mask formulas.
Agan Aroma’s Moodo home scent machine lets users mix and match their own signature home scent. It uses adjustable fans to diffuse four complimentary scents and is controlled via an app, Amazon Alexa or manually.
ITRI’s Handheld Pesticide Residue Detector determines whether the amount of pesticide residues is within a safe range while users are washing fruits or vegetables, and lets users know when washing is complete.
Seattle-based Altopa, Inc. was a CES 2018 Innovation Awards Honoree in the fitness, sports and biotech product category for Oblend. Billed as the first in-home dispensary, the countertop device is capable of precision blending essential oils and other botanical extracts for use in health and wellness applications—think topicals, tinctures, aromatherapy and even inhalables.
At CES for the fifth year, MiLi unveiled the MiLi Pure Spray, which uses BIA sensors to detect skin moisture levels and display results on a mobile app, which then signals the device to release the accurate amount of hydrogen mist to improve skin condition in real time.