Neutrogena’s skin analyzing app, the Skin360 was launched two years ago but it was very expensive, priced at $50. Now, the app is absolutely free and has converted your smartphones into dermatologist-level skin-care devices. The app can detect fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, and also suggest the best skin-care routine for your skin type.
All you need to do is download the app and sign into the account. The app will ask you for some selfies of the front and side of your face and the app’s 180-degree selfie analysis uses built-in Perfect Corp YouCam technology will do the rest. After the analysis is complete, it will give a score between one and ten in five different regions like wrinkles, fine lines, smoothness, dark circles, and dark spots. It will also give you an overall score and tell you about your concern areas.
Next it will take you to the virtual skin health coach, the Neutrogena AI Assistant (NAIA), who will help developing a good skin care routine. So now you have a skin-care clinic right in your lap.