Amorepacific, a South Korean cosmetics giant stated on Monday that it will take part in the Consumer Electronics Show. This will be the first time, this firm will be taking part in the world’s leading electronics show, next month.
The cosmetics firm will showcase the 3D Printing Mask Pack that won the CES Innovation Award. It won the prize in the 3D printing class and an LED beauty gadget that will be unveiled by its brand Makeon next year.
The 3D Printing Mask Pack is a hydrogen mask pack made by the use of 3D printing technology to match the face of the user. The technology was jointly developed by Lincsolution and Amorepacific. This is a developer that specializes in 3D printers.
The company also said that the product will be released in Aprill at the IOPE flagship shop. Amorepacific will as well exhibit the tentatively called LED Flexible Patch. It consists of a light-emitting diode piece that may be connected to the skin.
The LED flashlight is created to enter the skin to enhance tightness and tone. The light-weight machine also assists to avoid the skin from drooping.
As stated by the firm, the Amorepacific booth will be fixed in the Tech West Exhibition. This is during the CES in Las Vegas, the United States. Starting Jan. 7 to 10.
Amorepacific was founded in 1945. The aim of starting this company was to support humanity. This is through making beauty and wellness with care and technology.
The firm is founded in the long story of sustainable sourcing initial built by Yoon Dokjeong. He rose by making pure, hand-pressed oil. It was obtained from camellia nut trees in the 1930s.
Yoon was popular for her kindness. He was forever willing to offer a snack for a visitor, friend, and customer. The firm revived Korea’s rich record of tea culture. It acknowledged the earth, and re-spreading Korean green tea.