PERFECT SKIN MAY BE POSSIBLE WITH NEW L’OREAL SENSOR
So we all want perfect skin. But life, the world and how we eat often all conspire to keep it out of reach. Last year, L’Oreal offered us a cute little UV sensor that was supposed to keep you up to date on your skin’s UV exposure. That way, we could all specialize our skin care products for the healthiest skin. Bu this year, the new prototype sensor will measure our skins’ pH levels! Now that is pretty much amazing. But don’t be surprised at actually knowing your skin’s needs. You’ll be able to make the perfect strategic choices for the most healthy, beautiful and perfect skin you can have.
SENSOR WORKS BY IDENTIFYING SKIN ACIDITY, OVERALL SKIN HEALTH
But even more amazing? The sensor is no larger than most people’s thumbs. It’s also really flexible, almost like a cosmopolitan band-aid. But not to worry. So far, reviewers say that it is both compact as well as sturdy. If you’ve ever watched Star Trek, you’ll think you stole something from the future with this pH measuring sensor. So how does it work? It measures tiny amounts of sweat from the skin’s pores, using “microfluidic technology.” Sounds fancy and modern, right? So all you have to do is place the sensor on the inside of your arm and leave it there for five to fifteen minutes. In that time, you’ll see the two dots at the sensor’s center change colors.
IF YOU ALREADY LOVE LA ROCHE-POSAY LINE, THIS IS EVEN MORE PERFECT
So then you will open the sensor’s partnered app. It will tell you the good news (or not) about your skin’s pH levels. But it will also tell you how much you sweat and what that really means about your skin’s health. So everyone will be able to know if they are at risk of developing skin issues like atopic dermatitis, eczema or chronic dryness. That’s pretty much amazing. So this new sensor is coming out of L’Oreal’s La Roche-Posay brand line, partnered with researchers from Northwester University. So if you already like the La Roche-Posay line, this is really perfect for you. The new sensor will cater its recommendations to all their products.
So for those who face really challenging skin to care for, there is some real help on the way soon. But it still needs several months of testing to snowball their database for the best performance repertoire.