After Clarisonic: Device Brand’s Founder Primes Opulus For Launch In New Beauty Tech Era
This fall, Robb Akridge’s Opulus Beauty Labs will be launching stripped-down, “peak potency” skin-care formulas in the form of Opoules that users warm and blend in an Activator appliance, providing fresh, single-dose treatments. The system bears similarities to Swiss startup Réduit’s Hairpods and applicator device, as well as L’Oreal’s AI-powered Perso, slated to debut in 2021.
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