Where here at CES with the hi mirror mini, which is essentially a smart mirror that analyzes your skin, like pores, wrinkles, dark spots, red spots.
I can't tell if this is a dream for beauty lovers.
Mirrors were a nightmare to know exactly how your skin is.
With the idea of this mirror is to analyze all that information about your skin, and then you can take photos about once a week to see how your skin is improving if your using different beauty products or anything that's supposed to make you look great.
But it's not just a mirror for your face, it actually is more like a tablet.
You can listen Listen to Spotify, you can pull up weather forecasts and new stories and you can even access Amazon Alexa.
We're seeing more products that integrate beauty and technology and it makes a lot of sense.
We're in front of the mirrors anyway.
We're usually busy with our hands, so why not include some voice activated assistance or So access to technology that will help us look a little better.
The Hi Mirror mini will be available later this year for $299.
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