Science of Beauty
New technologies are taking the beauty industry by storm. From skin repair to eyelashes, these techniques are changing the way the industry defines beauty. Take a look at some of Elara’s work for the industry, including our microblading animation and other examples of the latest beauty technology.
What is Microblading?
Microblading has become one of the hottest trends in the beauty industry. The popularity of this method has been increasing exponentially over the past few years, with celebrities from all over the world getting in on the trend. But how does microblading compare to tattooing and other traditional eyebrow enhancing techniques?
Ultimately, the answer to this question is down to personal preference. However, it is difficult to argue against the idea that microblading offers many advantages over traditional techniques.
Revlon: The Science of Beautiful Eyes
They say the eyes are the windows into the soul. Revlon has been a dominant force in the beauty industry for decades, thanks in large part to the science behind their eyelash beauty products.
This short 3D animation for Revlon takes an in-depth look at the science of eyelashes and how their products are made to suit this very delicate environment.
While tattoos were once considered permanent, it is now possible to remove them fully or partially with treatments. PicoSure delivers ultra-short bursts of energy in trillionths of a second, resulting in a photomechanical impact known as PressureWave™.
While portions of high and low-intensity energy treat pigment, high-intensity energy creates a Laser-Induced Optical Breakdown (or LIOB). The formation of LIOBs creates a PressureWave™ and initiates an epidermal repair mechanism involving cell signaling and inflammation, resulting in dermal remodeling response.
Microdermabrasion is a technique used to correct problems such as dull skin, brown spots, and age spots. It uses tiny exfoliating crystals that are sprayed on the skin.
This illustration is a journey through the history and development of this skin technology. See how it works (it’s slightly “cringeworthy” as it is accurate), and think about the product or procedure in your pipeline that needs this level of detail and attention.
This just skims the surface of what Elara can do… let us get under your skin.