Discover what is a 3D Beauty Mask.
With their latest innovation to come up with a 3D face mask, the beauty industries seriously have gotten better than ever.
The news comes from none other than famous beauty brand Neutrogena which only made the announcement earlier this year that they would be soon (although not too soon) selling custom 3D face masks.
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Known as the Neutrogena MaskiD, the face masks will be 3D printed facemasks that can be customized with ingredients and as per the shape and the structure of the customer's face.
Well, how will the company be able to know the face shapes of their customers? Scroll through to learn more details on the 3D facemasks.
Interested customers can sign up for the 3D facemasks through the iOS app called MaskiD which helps you in creating the facemasks as per your facial features through the application.
That's because Neutrogena is concerned that not everyone has the same skin types and face shapes and the concept of all the different face kinds applying the same sized facemasks really makes no point.
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All you really have to do is take a selfie, and the app will perfectly fit the features of your face and helps you get your face masks.
Basically, this is a 3D scan-and-print kind of face mask.
To create the face masks, Neutrogena gives you the choices of the main ingredients like purified hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, stabilized vitamin C, N-Acetylglucosamine and feverfew to make your facemasks.
For instance, if any facial part of the customer such as their cheeks has one defect like the cheeks skin part being dull, then they can go for vitamin C to be specialized and added on the cheeks area of the mask.
Each mask will come with the features that will include different zones for the facemasks including forehead, cheeks, chin, eye area, nose and chin to chin lines.
As a matter of fact, the company is fully certain and believes that the tactics they have developed will effectively treat spots and marks.
The best part of the whole 3D masks is that it allows you to deeply examine your face moisture levels and let you know whether your skin is improving or not.
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The price of the masks is not confirmed yet, but Neutrogena says they'll be on sale in Q3 later this year and it's been reported that they won't be launched until September.