Here, a roundup of a few of the beauty innovations seen at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, including Wella Professionals’ augmented reality enabled Smart Mirror, Neutrogena’s new 3D-printed sheet mask, and La Roche-Posay’s wearable sensor and companion app designed to measure personal skin pH levels.
In this report, Euromonitor explores how technology could redefine consumer experiences over the next 20 years. Emerging concepts include retail outlets shifting into micro experiential centers, at-home robotic assistants, and virtual currency where consumers earn points for spending and promoting fandom on social media.
This week’s wrap of what’s happening in the industry, includes the latest details on Fekkai’s purchase of his namesake brand; how Sephora is offering new video content through Google Home Hub; Walgreens new chemical policy; and, a renewed collection of Lifetherapy’s bath and body products.
The world’s first smart mirror is slated to launch a new mini-touch version this July with a variety of capabilities including, personalized skin care analysis, music and video streaming and fitness tracking.
At the show, a dedicated Founders Factory lounge will allow visitors to experience some of the latest beauty tech solutions from program graduates and meet directly with a Founders Factory representative.
The Company has partnered with Nature Research to launch two global awards in an effort to highlight the exceptional achievements of early-career female scientists, as well as those working to promote greater inclusiveness.
Cosmetic Executive Women, Inc. (CEW) is a nonprofit, professional organization with more than 10,500+ members globally, both men and women, from over 3,500 companies in the beauty and retail industries.
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