This Weird Invention Hides Wrinkles And Under-Eye Bags Instantly

by Stephanie Montes

It’s no secret that we are living in the most progressive time for the beauty industry, but leave it to the good old scientists at Harvard and M.I.T. to invent a groundbreaking product that promises to erase all skin flaws in a matter of seconds. Straight out of a sci-fi flick, the weird invention described as a “second skin” adheres to the dermis to fill in deep-set wrinkles, scars and under-eye bags.

This 2-step process starts with a layer of polymer cream, followed by a catalyst which dries clear and leaves a thin, breathable and invisible film on the skin. It even does more than just feed our vanity. It can also serve as a waterproof, sweat-proof and wear-proof sunscreen by creating a protective barrier from the sun. Furthermore, it can even be used as a tool to treat eczema and psoriasis by sealing in medicated creams and keeping them from washing off or rubbing on your clothes or pillow.

No word on if or when this product will be available to the mass market, but how’s that for something to look forward to?