I Went to CES in Search of Futuristic Beauty Products, and Here’s What I Found

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The Plaqless Pro is expected to be available later in 2020. "What's my hair type? " It's a question I get a lot as a beauty editor.

Unfortunately, these high-tech masks won't be available Stateside just yet, but customers in Seoul, South Korea, will be able to walk into the IOPE Lab to get a customized mask printed up later this year.

The Perso Smart Skincare System takes environmental data like the UV index, pollution, temperature, humidity into account to blend a daily moisturizer that suits you; day to day, your formula could be completely different based on the weather).

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Eventually, you'll be able to select different cartridges based on your personal preferences, too: chemical versus physical sunscreen, lightweight gel versus rich consistency, antioxidants versus retinol, etc.

While most of the attendees at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas were on the hunt for the latest in self-driving cars and augmented reality software, I was looking for something a bit more accessible: high-tech beauty products.

The sensor right under the brush head detects residue on the teeth, and the blue indicator light on the handle lets you know that you've still got some brushing to do.

The rounded brush head has twisted bristles that oscillate, vibrate, and rotate to help get at plaque and buildup, and when the area is completely clean, the virtual teeth glow white.

In the future, you'll be able to get totally customized skin-care and makeup formulas at the touch of a button — no need to venture to the drugstore or mall.

Finally, the algorithm creates a customized regimen based on the Sally Beauty product lineup.

The beauty retailer has worked with Perfect Corp to create an app that takes the guesswork out of hair typing.

The new electric toothbrush from Oral-B took 250 patents and six years to accomplish, and while that's mighty impressive, the most important thing to know is that it's freaking fun to use.

Finally, the printer creates a mask that delivers actives to the exact spots you need it (with five different treatment zones total).

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