3D printed face masks are fitted to individuals
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The beauty industry has been around for centuries, but has perhaps never before been as exciting as now. Technology has developed to offer intelligent accessories, such as this smart mirror, or even to revolutionise the products themselves, like this rehydratable powder shampoo. With the general retail industry putting ever increasing emphasis on the consumer experience, personalisation is also essential to consider. 3D printing could therefore provide a popular service by creating face masks perfectly matched to the face of the individual. Neutrogena, a global skincare company, has launched custom face masks. They use 3D printing to create a face mask…
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