HiMirror, the world’s first smart beauty mirror company, will be debuting HiMirror Plus smart mirror at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. Designed to offer smart in-home skin care consultation, this high-tech mirror comes with facial recognition technology to improve your daily skin care routine and help you minimize your visits to an esthetician or dermatologist.
How does it work?
As the name indicates, it is a smart mirror with a high-resolution camera integrated with facial recognition technology. To use it, you need to stand before the mirror with no makeup on and take a picture of yourself. The camera will further scan your skin through the picture and forms a skin report with specific recommendations for problem areas.
The skin evaluation is based on the skin’s firmness, brightness, clarity, and overall health. The report is displayed on the mirror and even highlights your dark spots, wrinkles, and blemishes. Although it would be quite scary to look at all the problematic areas on your face, but it will also give suggestions to improve your skin. Furthermore, it also displays the local weather, sync with Google Calendar, and also play Spotify using internet connection. So, it’s a perfect accessory for any tech-savvy women.
Priced at $259, HiMirror Plus is a valuable tool for women who are dedicated to their skin. You can also put your inputs into the mirror using the touch tone screen. It can even make an assessment of whether the cosmetics are right for your skin by simply connecting to the internet via Wi-Fi and finding information about your current skincare products and routine. You can also track your beauty products by their expiration dates by scanning the bar codes.
Beside HiMirror Plus, the company will also showcase a hand-held HiSkin device ($49.99), which provides “skin deep” 360-degree analysis of your skin’s condition. This smart beauty device can track your skin’s condition across the forehead, eyes, cheeks, and chin. It can analyze moisture level of your skin, as well as environmental factors that are causing hyperpigmentation, dark circles and acne on your face.
These products are available for purchase on the company’s website, but if you want to test them before purchase then you must visit the XYZprinting booth at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, starting from January 5 to 8.