skin hydration analyzer
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skin hydration analyzer
The Moisture Meter is a white stick with a sensor that measures the amount of moisture in your skin. The number on the meter indicates how hydrated (or dehydrated) your skin is, and helps you figure out the kind of products that you should be using on your skin.
The digital tool made its debut at the new Sephora store on New York City's 34th Street, the beauty giant's biggest store in North America, which opened on March 31. The gadget is also available at other Sephora stores in the US.
Makeup artist A.Love showed INSIDER how the product works. Here's what it looks like:
tend to come and go quickly — articles get written, sponsored posts show up on your timeline, YouTubers use them once in a tutorial, and then they vanish. I assumed this would be the case with the Wayskin, a Korean skin analyzer that calculates your skin’s moisture levels and sends the results to your phone through Bluetooth. But it seems I was wrong. I first noticed the Wayskin around a year ago, and have continued to notice it pop up around my Explore page and in my group chats ever since. Unlike other beauty technology — like the Clarisonic brush or the NuFace — the Wayskin is a measuring device, telling you straight away how well your products are moisturizing your skin.
I was hesitant to try the gadget for several reasons. For one, it retails for $80, and unless you test it out at a beauty counter (something I’ve never been able to do despite actively searching for it), there’s no way to test it before you buy. The Wayskin website claims that the device will track your moisture levels — but doesn’t do a great job of breaking down their definition of moisture — which left me skeptical as to whether the Wayskin would be able to differentiate T-zone oiliness from nice, dewy moisture.
After days of using the snail mucin and Klairs Midnight Calming cream in the mornings and evenings and obsessively chugging water, I was frustrated to find that my percentage was staying basically the same — I was stuck in the dreaded “normal” range of 62 to 65 percent. At this point, I was hoping to figure out how to get my percentage above average, so I decided to incorporate some different products into my routine to see if they might drastically help me moisten my skin. In my evening routine, I went hard: I started with Clean It Zero.
On a Saturday morning, with extra time to give to my skin, I decided to go all-out with my routine to see how some of the products I typically don’t have time to include in my everyday, prework routine would hold up on my Wayskin. I washed my face with Cosrx’s Good Morning cleanser, then piano-ed (when you lightly tap a product into your skin as if you are tapping piano keys) on snail mucin.
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