Droplette Launches Droplette 2

Today, Droplette launched the second generation of its award-winning skincare device. The innovative, R&D-driven company continues to forge ahead, creating best-in-class products for a more connected and effective at-home beauty system.

Nurturing good skincare habits is now smarter, and easier, than ever. The technology behind Droplette 2 features optimizations across hardware, software and mobile app updates to deliver clinically-proven skincare treatments and an enjoyable individualized experience without the need to visit a medical spa. The micro-infusing device harnesses the power of fluid physics phenomena and transforms dermatologist-recommended treatment capsules (collagen, retinol, tranexamic acid, glycolic acid, lip plumper and growth factors) into a high-speed micro-mist, permeating the skin without needles or pain and achieving absorption depths of injectables, more powerfully than ever.

This evolved version of the Droplette device shares just 5% of the same internal design as the previous version, and is a literal breakthrough – painlessly delivering skincare ingredients 20x deeper past the skin barrier than topicals for clinical-grade results at home.

Features and benefits:

  • Sleeker design with a smaller charger for easy portability
  • Enhanced connectivity and expanded memory with built-in Bluetooth 5.0 technology to work smarter, not harder
  • 10-Volt Pump for stronger delivery so potent yet gentle skincare goes deeper
  • Boost preferred serum capsules with specific treatment modes to target personal skin concerns (blemishes, under-eye treatments and lip plumping)
  • Complimentary 1:1 real-time appointments with Droplette licensed estheticians for personalized recommendations and regimens

Alongside these improvements, the new Droplette retails for $199, a 33% reduction credited to more efficient design with an eye on augmenting availability to a broader customer base.

“Through continued development based on research, testing and customer feedback, we’ve created an improved Droplette device that will appeal to a wide segment of beauty product users,” said Droplette CEO and cofounder Madhavi Gavini. “The connected device leads to noticeable, lasting results, and by reducing the price we’re able to welcome more users who want to invest in their skin.”

Significant updates in the hardware are accompanied by a new and improved mobile experience. The Droplette app, which previously served simply as a way to control the device’s misting modes, has evolved to become an engaging home base for users to connect with a licensed esthetician for personalized guidance on demand, tailor their skincare routine, and track their progress over time.

“Droplette 2 is sleeker and smarter. It allows users to create even more targeted and customized treatment plans, based on their own skin goals. Now, customers have access to an end-to-end connected experience to improve their skin from within,” said CTO and cofounder Rathi Srinivas. “With a more advanced app and stronger device connectivity along with one-on-one consultations with estheticians, Droplette users have every tool at their disposal to achieve maximum results.”

The new device is available exclusively through Droplette.io and the app is available in both Apple and Android stores.

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