Innovative Personal Technology Helps You Look And Feel Your Best

There is lots of new innovative personal technology on the market that will help you look good and feel good. Take a gander at some of the new tech for beauty and health on the market.

Innovative Personal Technology

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Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer.

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer

Dyson spent $71 million developing this new hair dryer and many are calling it the crème de la crème of hair dryers. It is brilliantly designed with a futuristic look and includes magnetic attachments that you can adjust quickly and easily. Its V9 motor actually spins up to 110,000 times a minute and runs almost silently. It has three precise speed settings: fast, regular and style. Even better, its diffuser disperses air perfectly around your hair, helping diminish frizz. From $499, dysoncanada.ca

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The Hair Coach

The Hair Coach

This is the world’s first smart hairbrush that lets you track your hair care day-in and day-out. The brush is equipped with innovative sensors that analyze the overall health of your hair and your brushing techniques, which you can review on your smartphone via its app. With the click of a button, you will get insights on how to avoid damaging your hair, how to improve your brushing habits and stroke counts. $200, withings.com

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HairMax

HairMax

This new laser-band you wear on your head will do wonders for your hair. HairMax works through the process of photo-bio-stimulation, and its low-level laser light energy stimulates hair follicles and helps with hair growth. The technology also helps treat hair loss, repairs hair that’s been damaged, rejuvenates aging hair, speeds up hair growth and reverses the thinning process. $799, hairmax.com

 

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2breathe

2breathe

This new smart device and mobile app helps you sleep better and is ideal for those battling insomnia. You simply wear the device around your abdomen where it helps change your actual breathing in real-time, using guiding tones that slow down and relax your breathing. Within minutes of using the device, your body and mind become more relaxed—making it easier to fall asleep. The app provides you with a report on your breathing as well as a sleep diary, tips and tutorials. $179.95, 2breathe.com

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iDerma Facial Beautification System

iDerma Facial Beautification System

This new technology from Apira Science is touted as an advanced, anti-aging photo-facial system that gives you smoother skin and helps reduce wrinkles. It is a full-face visor that comes with protective goggles, and is equipped with countless infrared LEDs, with narrow-angle and wide-angle lenses, providing an effective light-therapy session for your skin. The cushioned visor adjusts to fit your face to ensure comfort while using it. $399, apirascience.com

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Vinci Headphones

Vinci Headphones

These are new smart headphones that understand you. When you sport this voice-controlled mobile assistant, it learns your music tastes, measures your vitals and tracks your activity. It can also check the weather and help you find nearby restaurants: just ask a question while wearing this device and it takes care of the rest. Vinci also includes 3G/Wi-fi, cloud music services, 16GB of local storage, HD voice communication and 50 hours of continuous playback. $129, en.vinci.im

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Hi Mirror

Hi Mirror

Meet a new mirror with a built-in camera that helps you apply your makeup for just about any occasion. Onboard LED lights simulate a variety of lighting scenarios: sunset, outdoors, office, shopping mall, supermarket, restaurant, and party. It also helps you understand your skin conditions, like wrinkles, fine lines, complexion, dark circles, dark spots, red spots and pores—helping you reach your beauty goals in no time. It also offers an enhanced wireless connection, progress reports and product suggestions. $259, himirror.com

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Paul Fitzgerald

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Paul Fitzgerald is a journalist based in Toronto. He is a writer and blogger for HOSS Magazine and Vitalize Magazine, and is a columnist with the Toronto Sun (“Home, Smart, Home” – New Homes and Condos Section). He is also a science and technology columnist with InventorSpot.com and blogs for CNN International Report. His work […]

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