The lure of youthful, glowing skin is perpetually enticing. Throw in advancements with skin care technology, and the credit cards go flying. Skin care devices – the newest development in skin care – are savvy devices that promise personalized just-for-you skin analysis technology.
The global skin care industry generated $121 billion in 2016. But that money might have been better spent on a little known antioxidant supplement called molecular hydrogen. It’s not fancy, but studies show it helps keeps skin better hydrated, elastic, and wrinkle-free.
Cosmetics companies sell expensive products with unproven claims and without years of clinical testing. Now, veterans in the drug industry are getting into this billion-dollar business. What could go wrong?