following the release of its skin360 last year, a scanner tool that plugs into smartphones for an at-home analysis of a person’s skin conditions, neutrogena is now taking personalized skincare a step further with maskiD. developed to produce customized, 3D-printed beauty masks, the iOS app works by capturing an image of the user’s face through the phone’s 3-D camera, and analyzing it to provide different types of treatments for six different facial zones.

neutrogena launces app that lets you personalize and 3D-print your own beauty maskimages courtesy of neutrogena, via 3D printing industry



neutrogena has designed maskiD to measure every part of the user’s face in order to produce an accurate, micro 3D-printed treatment mask that aligns completely with their individual characteristics. based on particular concerns, each person will be able to select separate ingredients for six different zones of their face: the forehead, eyes, cheeks, nose, chin, and nasolabial folds.

neutrogena launces app that lets you personalize and 3D-print your own beauty mask



the johnson & johnson-owned brand will provide five main ingredients to begin with: vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, feverfew, niacinamide, and N-acetylglucosamine. though not necessary, using the skin360 tool will add to the accuracy of the user’s skin analysis and thus to a more educated selection of ingredients. maskiD is set to launch later this year, while the products’ price has not been officially announced yet.

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project info:



app name: maskiD

brand: neutrogena

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