That’s Interesting 11.01.19

From L’Oreal’s Skin Track pH to glow-in-the-dark noodles,  here are some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.


Get your chopsticks ready for the world’s first glow-in-the-dark ramen shop. This luminous and fully immersive dining experience is brought to life by Ami Sueki, and Bompas&Parr. The kitchen seats six people at a time for only 30-minute slots and is inspired by Tokyo’s dynamic ramen shops, followed by a party where you can enjoy glow-in-the-dark shochu and sake cocktails. The mobile dining experience will visit Atlanta, Los Angeles, London, Miami, New York, Tokyo and Seoul.

Get your glow on here

Track your skin

Beauty giant L’Oreal has revealed its newest invention at CES 2019. Skin Track pH, a wearable Ph patch is applied to the skin for 5 minutes which reveals if the skin falls within in the healthy range or not. The Ph tracker also helps the consumer to find an effective solution through identification of right ointment needed to correct any problems. It’s planned for launch in 2020.

Read more here

 New year, new you?

Detox Mode presents ‘Altogether Oil’, a combination of naturally hydrating dry oils that can be used on your face, body and hair. The brand wants you to ditch the toxic things in your life, starting with self-care products. Void of parabens and synthetic fragrances, Detox Mode’s offering is a natural solution for the time-pressed audience.

Find your inner Cleopatra here



Hi Fly Airline has joined the growing war on plastics. The Portuguese airline operated four test-flights with 700 passengers from Lisbon to Natale, Brazil with no single-use plastic on board. The company is aiming to definitively ban all in-flight plastics by the end of 2019 as a firm commitment to sustainability. The test flights will prevent around 350 kg of single-use plastics.

Have a look here



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