This particular device scans your skin in incredible detail, measuring everything from your fine lines and pores to your skin’s moisture levels. It will then give you personalised recommendations on skincare.
Similarly, the Hi Mirror, powered by Amazon’s Alexa, will also scan your skin and give you tips to help improve its condition.
One device that could prove invaluable is a small piece of wearable tech that measures your UV exposure. The La Roche-Posay UV Sense can be attached to your thumbnail and the device connects to an app that gives you details on your UV exposure, as well as offering you sun protection tips.
Your skin isn’t the only thing you should be looking after though - you also need to pay attention to your teeth. The newspaper highlighted the Oral-B Genius 8000 toothbrush, which is equipped with a timer, a pressure sensor and “position-detection technology” to ensure you don’t forget to brush a particular part of your mouth.
It seems as though this new toothbrush could help you fill in the gaps in your oral care knowledge. We recently highlighted the things that dentists wish people knew about brushing their teeth, with one of the top things being the correct technique to ensure you’re cleaning every surface properly.
If you are worried about the condition of your teeth though, it may be worth seeking out preventative dentistry in Surrey to make sure they stay in top condition.