SEOUL -- South Korea's leading beauty product maker Amore Pacific has adopted robots to offer an instant tailor-made bath balm service based on the mood and the psychological status of customers. Amore uses robots to instantly create beauty products at offline stores targeting trend-wise young female consumers who want differentiated and personalized services.
A bath balm is a mixture of wet and dry ingredients compacted to the shape of a ball or a bar. When added to a bathtub, it disintegrates while releasing special scents and colors. Such kinds of beauty products are popular among female consumers who wish to meet the climax of a day while relaxing in a bathtub full of aromatic benefits.
A similar robot-made beauty product service was offered by Aekyung, a major domestic beauty product maker, at its project store in Seoul's southern satellite city of Seongnam in April 2021. Aekyung offered custom-made cosmetics products to match the skin type of customers using a smart factory-like automated production booth.
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