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S. Korea's beauty giant Amorepacific develops wireless electronic skin
Amorepacific Group has developed a chipless wireless electronic skin that accurately analyzes and measures skin conditions in collaboration with professor Kim Jeehwan of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
The technology, developed after four years of joint research, does away with the use of heavy equipment.
The scholarly publication Science reported the results of this breakthrough.
By making it simpler to identify the skin ailments of people who work in specialized surroundings while being exposed to cold, heat, or dryness, Amorepacific anticipates that this technology will aid in the development of customized functional cosmetics.
Major brands like Sulwhasoo from Amorepacific will leverage the technology developed from this study.
Clinical skin research demands the use of expensive diagnostic tools in addition to sustaining a constant temperature and humidity level.
As a result, there aren't many results from skin research that were obtained in unique circumstances.