L’Oréal skin care technology
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryL'Oréal jointly developing SkinChip sensor technology with Geneva-based STMicroelectronics as research tool to "quickly and easily" provide detailed hydration analysis of human skin, firm announces Oct. 18. SkinChip will mark first use of semiconductors in development of "next-generation" skin care products, company adds. Technology, based on ST's existing TouchChip biometric fingerprint recognition applications, will allow L'Oréal to develop skin care products to address age-related changes in the skin...
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