CES 2019: Skin printer wipes years from your face - Photoshopping in Real Life
A handheld printer for the face and hands is on show at the CES tech expo in Las Vegas. Procter and Gamble's device scans the skin and precisely applies tiny amounts of make-up to hide age spots, burst blood vessels and other blemishes.
The BBC challenged the firm to make its technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones look younger.
Yes, it is actually make-up but it certainly applies quickly and accurately. The beauty business is certainly big business and ever expanding.
|Skin printer wipes years from your face
Procter & Gamble has developed a handheld device that precisely covers blemishes.