best skin moisture analyzer

best skin moisture analyzer

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best skin moisture analyzer

Thankfully, it’s smarter than it looks. To use the tool, A.Love touched the stick to the skin on her arm. The meter quickly pulled up the number 41, which indicates a normal moisture level.

The meter shows a number from 0 to 99, with 0 indicating the lowest and 99 indicating the highest moisture level. Results from 0 to 40 mean you have dry skin that needs more moisture; from 40 to 70, your skin is deemed „normal“; and from 70 to 99, your skin is oilier, with plenty of moisture.

A.Love explained that different body parts have different moisture levels, so if you’re looking for a new hand cream, your face probably isn’t the best place to measure dryness. Depending on what you need, whether it’s a face or body cream, you’ll want to test your skin’s moisture in different places to figure out what you’re working with.

The makeup artist tested the Moisture Meter on my hand and face, to demonstrate the difference in dryness. While the moisture levels in my face fall in the sweet spot of „normal“ at 57, my hands could use some extra hydration, just making it to „normal“ at 40. And that was an hour after I’d put on some hand cream!

 

 

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H2O+ Beauty’s MiLi Skin Moisture Meter will measure your skin’s hydration level in seconds.
If you want to test which lotions are doing their job or check to see if your skin needs a pick-me-up, this tiny $40 device will do the legwork.
MiLi Pure+, the accompanying app, will store and plot your data so you can view it over time.
Ever bought an expensive moisturizer and found yourself wondering if it’s really hydrating your skin better than another? You know, your face feels better (you’re pretty sure), but how can you tell what’s placebo and what’s real? Even if it really is moisturizing better at $70 than another at $15, is it doing it so much better than the other that it justifies the price?

Granted, sometimes our preferences defy the observable data, and some moisturizers pull their weight by firming skin, drying quickly and smoothly, or by smoothing away fine lines, but if you ever want to judge how well your moisturizer is working, its ability to moisturize is the best place to start.

If you’re interested in doing just that, or you want to actually know when your skin is thirsty and when it needs you to please lay off the lotion, there’s a new device called the MiLi Skin Moisture Meter that will measure your skin’s hydration level.

H2O+ Beauty is known for sliding into Allure’s „Best of products“ on occasion (this year for the pollution shield, AquaDefense Shielding Matcha Facial Essence), and for making quick-drying lotions that pack a lot of hydration. The MiLi Meter is the culmination of 28 years of advanced hydration technology, and it’s about the size of flash drive

If you just spent $85 on La Mer lotion or a miracle pot of algae, you can test your skin before use and after to plot how well it’s doing its job. Or, if you’ve started drinking a gallon of water a day and want to see if the results are reaching the skin — the body’s largest organ — you can.

The MiLi meter connects to your phone via Bluetooth and the entire process is about as intuitive as possible. A free app (MiLi Pure+) stores your hydration readings so you can track results daily and has different options for different areas of the body that you’re testing (hand, face, eye, and neck).

Why the options? Because the normal moisture content of skin varies — while your eye area has a normal moisture content of 35% to 45%, your hand fluctuates from 30% to 38% on average.

To measure your skin’s hydration level in an area, simply press one of the options, make sure the MiLi device is connected and on, and then press it against the skin for a few seconds until the app has a reading. The Mili Pure+ app will show your average level and the percentage from the previous day as well. You can see your results in graph form over time, too — with options for today, this week, and this month.

It also has basic information on how the skin fluctuates during the seasons, so you can interpret your readings correctly. For instance, the Mili Pure+ app let me know that the moisture content in my skin would deviate from normal by a value of about 5% during the winter.

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