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Thin skin spray technology from Japan

On December 4, a Japanese cosmetics company called Kao introduced the world’s first fiber-based facial mask. After applying a layer of foundation, the fiber is sprayed on the skin and in a short time it changes into a thinner skin tone. As this changes, moisture will seep into the skin. The epidermis can be left on overnight or peeling off for a while. Your skin will still be able to breathe normally.

Mr Masayuki Uchiyama, an analyst at the company, said: “This is one of the first products in the world. It took us ten years to develop this technology. We had a hard time making this product small. ” He said. The new technology will sell for an average of $ 628. The company says the technology could be very useful if used in medicine. In the future, this technology could be used to cover scars.