HiMirror has launched a connected mini mirror. Similar to its counterparts, the HiMirror Mini offers in-depth skin care analysis based on the evolution of the skin, weather conditions and more, the company said.
According to the company, the mirror assesses wrinkles, fine lines, complexion, dark circles, dark spots, red spots and pores, measuring and tracking progress and providing recommendations on how to improve the skin’s condition. Through its Beauty Box feature, users can also manage their skin care products and find out if they are improving the skin as desired.
The HiMirror Mini introduces new hardware features, including a table stand, USB charging outlet and touch screen capabilities. To allow for beauty application, the latest model offers LED makeup lights, which have adjustable levels of brightness and warmth, as well as a magnifying camera complete with a cover for privacy.
The mirror features Amazon-Alexa capabilities and the ability to connect to Spotify, YouTube, Instagram and Facebook, all through the mirror. The HiMirror Mini further integrates SkinSafe, a skin care-centric platform that provides in-depth brand and product information. With SkinSafe, users have access to a comprehensive outline of product ingredients and allergens upon scanning the barcode of beauty or personal care products.
The HiMirror Mini is compatible with the Smart Body Scale and HiSkin, both accessory products from the brand. The Smart Body Scale allows users to identify their body type, measure their weight, body mass index, body fat, water level content, muscle mass, bone weight, resting metabolism and more. In addition, the HiSkin, a hand-held device that measures hydration levels and pigmentation, allows the mirror to provide a 360-degree skin care analysis, the company said.
“We are very excited to be launching this new, innovative model at BeautyCon LA,” said Simon Shen, CEO of New Kinpo Group, parent company of HiMirror. “The HiMirror Mini transcends the already existing HiMirror product portfolio, with its many hardware and software advances. We are thrilled to be able to offer this technology to our consumers and look forward to rolling out additional features in the coming months.”
The mirror carries a suggested retail price of $119.