IOMA Youth Booster moisturiser with NASA technology!

Have you heard the most recent in anti-ageing? Youth Booster, an anti-ageing moisturising serum by magnificence model IOMA, incorporates a microchip within the bottle’s lid that exams the hydration of your pores and skin.
Using the identical expertise NASA are utilizing of their robots on a Mars mission, the £149 skincare product has built-in MEMS micro-sensors to learn the hydration ranges of the pores and skin and advise how a lot product is required. Pretty out-there, huh?
Since launching (into Harrods, not area) gross sales have risen as girls take severe measures in opposition to ageing, with out the assistance of scalpels.
The General Merchandise Manager for Beauty at Harrods, Clare Morgan, mentioned: “Sudden scorching climate can play havoc with regimented skincare regimes, and now we have seen a rise in clients who search hydrating and moisture infused merchandise to fight solar publicity and humidity.
“The IOMA Youth Booster has carried out exceptionally effectively over latest weeks as skincare aficionados use its extremely superior evaluation to learn pores and skin hydration ranges to make sure that the correct quantity of moisturiser is utilized.”
The sensor, which you merely place in your cheek to gauge how a lot you want, claims to be straightforward to make use of and never a case of fashion over substance. Apparently the equally intelligent formulation is designed to guard, hydrate and regenerate pores and skin for a smoother texture and in flip younger look.
What do you assume – would you pay £149 for a skincare product? Is this gadget a gimmick or genius? Tweet us @CosmopolitanUK.
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