Friday, June 15, 2007

Beauty tips from your Nintendo DS?

Apparently, the 'game' is called 'Dream Skincare', and contains video directions from a beauty expert on facials, skin check up techniques, and even on etiquette.

From physorg:

"Players input their daily body temperature and weight by marking a graph that shows up on the touch panel, according to Konami Corp., which made the software.

The "beauty navigation software," as the company describes it, asks questions that the player answers such as skin tone and smoothness, as well as exposure to sunlight and hours of sleep.

Advice on a daily regimen for healthy skin pops up on the screen, including directions to drink more water, or to eat apples and ginger, food that had a reputation for warming up the body.

Hormonal balance is key for avoiding wrinkles and age spots, and body temperature and weight fluctuations are good indicators for any hormone swings, which can get awry from overwork and stress, according to Konami."

Goes on sale October 18 in Japan. I guess it can't be worse than the violent shoot'em ups.

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