K-Beauty: DeepSkin Anti-Aging Mask

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
If you drive a Kia, own a Samsung TV, smartphone or perhaps a refrigerator too, you’re well on your way to living ”Gangnam Style.” The Korean invasion doesn’t stop there. You’re going to hear a lot more about “K-Beauty,” because South Korea is about to invade your health & beauty regimen, if DeepSkin ($220) from Insung Information Co. is any indication.

Korean beauty manufacturers are already disrupting the beauty and personal care market with a series of highly rated products at attractive prices, but now Insung is ramping up the K-Beauty innovation quotient by combining such cutting-edge features as microcurrent technology and an anti-aging facial mask.

The DeepSkin Ionic Skin Care System includes a control unit that attaches to the mask via a cable. Iontophoresis technology is used with microcurrents to inject a formula of adenosine, hyaluronic acid and niacinamide into the skin, thereby brightening your complexion and reducing wrinkles.

The $220 billion global cosmetics market is already in deep turmoil, with traditional makeup sales down 1.3% in 2016 and independent brands up 42.7%, according to Shiseido Americas CEO Marc Rey. That upheaval is being driven by social media influencers and an Amazonified distribution channel. Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up. 😍

Insung Information Co. Ltd. • Seoul • South Korea

More to explorer

Digital Banking: A Trend You Can Bank On

On June 8, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde warned that the growing presence of tech players leveraging big data and artificial intelligence technology could significantly disrupt the world’s financial system.

First Exoskeleton Suit Receives FDA Clearance

Marlborough, Mass.-based ReWalk Robotics has received clearance from Food and Drug Administration for the company’s ReStore soft exo-suit system designed for U.S. rehabilitation centers. ReStore is the only soft exo-suit with FDA clearance, and is intended for use in the treatment of stroke survivors with mobility challenges. The cost for ReStore will hover around the $100,000 mark, putting it out of reach for most patients but not rehab facilities. The technology should improve and lower costs. The global stroke management market is forecast to reach $37 billion by 2023, according to Allied Market Research.

Delivery Drones

In April, Alphabet’s Wing became the first drone delivery company to gain Federal Aviation Administration approval to make commercial U.S. deliveries. Just five years ago, 63% of Americans thought it would be a “change for the worse” if commercial drones were given permission to fly through most U.S. airspace. But then again, you can’t have consumers assess future technologies because they have little understanding of its inherent potential. That is underscored by Morgan Stanley’s prediction that autonomous aircraft could become a $1.5 trillion industry by 2040. Meanwhile, Amazon has unveiled the latest iteration of its Prime Air delivery drone. Video below in our innovation video gallery.

Copyright © 2019 Ubercool® Innovation LLC. All rights reserved.
X
X