iCraft together with Haydale launches a cosmetic face mask, which includes graphene. These masks represent tissue sheets of the same shape, faces that use thermal and electrical conductivity of graphene, to help the skin absorb the contents of the masks by means of bioelectric currents.
Haydale in may 2019 supplies graphene (two-dimensional crystal, which is also a semimetal) to iCraft for product development in several fields, including cosmetics. ICraft company based in South Korea, is an international technology company that is interested in network and security solutions, as well as the sector of beauty and health. After a series of studies and tests carried out, iCraft reported no harmful substances in products based on graphene and has applied for three patents related to the application of this ingredient.
“iCraft plans to create synergies with an existing business seeking to expand a variety of related products and apply graphene,” said said Derek young, CEO of iCraft.
Although the initial amount of graphene required to meet market demand at an early stage may be small, it marks a significant gradual change in the use of material that is currently used in applications which directly touch the skin. “We hope that cosmetic facial masks of graphene, produced in collaboration with Haydale, get a good response in the global cosmetic market. In addition, the anti-counterfeit solution using graphene is also under development,” added young.
Currently, iCraft has signed contracts for the supply of beauty facial masks with two brands. In addition, the company is working with several other organizations and cosmetic brands, which are expected to iCraft, will present the product range of their products. “After significant research and development is very nice to see a product based on graphene released for the beauty industry,” said Keith Broadbent, CEO of Haydale.