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Themis Smart Mirror analyzes skin and stress levels to promote wellness

When you think of a smart mirror, you probably think of the Mirror home fitness device or perhaps the Tempo exercise display. CareOS, a subsidiary of the French health tech company Baracoda, wants to change all that. The up and coming smart home company this week at CES 2021 introduced the Themis Smart Mirror, a wellness companion for your bathroom or spa.

Unlike other smart mirrors that focus on fitness, the Themis smart mirror is all about home health and wellness. You can mount the Mirror in your bathroom and use it to assess your hygiene, mental health, skincare routine, and more. It’s an ideal solution for those who won’t want to replace their existing bathroom mirror fixtures.

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The Mirror is packed with sensors, including a camera, an IR temperature sensor, and UV skin analysis light. It monitors these health parameters and uses this information to provide tips that’ll improve your health. It has a 10-inch screen with a touch interface, making it the ideal size for mounting over your bathroom sink.

The Smart Mirror can analyze a wide range of health parameters. You can use it to check your skin and monitor your temperature. Because this is connected, the Themis Smart Mirror is more than just a static tool. It can analyze your skin and provide makeup and beard grooming recommendations. It also communicates with your bathroom scale and other connected devices to monitor your fitness progress. To improve your overall health and happiness, the Mirror will remind you to relax throughout the day, prompt you to get a good night’s sleep, and guide you through a facial yoga or relaxed breathing session.

Connected self-care company CareOS is showcasing this cutting edge mirror during CES 2021. The Themis Smart Mirror will debut in late 2021 with a yet-to-be-disclosed price that reportedly is affordable, which should be ab incentive given it’s not meant to replace a larger fixture. Considering that it’s packing so many features in such a small footprint, it certainly has an incentive over other similar connected beauty mirrors we’ve come across in the past.

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