Skin printer wipes years from your face – BBC News
Skin printer wipes years from your face – BBC News Go to the age where I really got the signs of aging on my skin on my hands on my face and the new technology. What are you doing covers up hyperpigmentation or a spot of pee is a Kevin Cameron it to take 200 frames-per-second. It processes that data by looking at the difference of the color in your skin sends it to a microprocessor and then a hug in 20 thermal inkjet printers Prince the product write to your skin. Going to do now is go to my face. Cuz, that’s a bigger challenge: let’s see what we can do that that., That’s a tough spot! You got there on the side of my face when I’m starting my YouTube beauty Channel next week, medium and dark, and with that we can cover every skin tone. Perspire off cuz, most of your skin is actually not being covered. So it’s not that situation when you go into the gym and it drips down your face. It stays on until you wash it off, but we do have anti-aging ingredients in here. So does the? What’S the age spots to start to fade over time print it off A handheld printer for the face and hands is on show at the CES tech expo in Las Vegas.
Procter and Gamble’s device scans the skin and precisely applies tiny amounts of make-up to remove age spots, burst blood vessels and other blemishes.
The BBC challenged the firm to make its technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones look younger.
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