Beauty app Myrror launches to help consumers measure the effectiveness of their beauty treatments and products

Users can upload photos to track the progress of treatments such as Botox, fillers, teeth whitening, eyebrow and lash treatments in real time

Consumers can now monitor the progress of their beauty and wellness regimes easier than ever before with the help of a new app.

Designed to combine the fun of exploring beauty treatments and products with an effective way to track their effectiveness, the Myrror app allows users to upload photos throughout their treatment, helping to pinpoint minor changes in their skin, hair or body instead of relying on their memory.

Myrror includes two core functions: the Personal Progress Tracker, which consumers can use to create a customised photographic timeline of their beauty journey, with the option to add notes and zoom into images; and the Product Validation Tool, which is designed to compare products such as creams, moisturisers and beauty supplement drinks to help users discover what works best for them and fine-tune their regime.

It can be used with any type of beauty or wellness treatment from hair loss, fitness and bodybuilding to topical skin treatments, oral health and aesthetic tweakments, according to the company.

Users can also share their results with trusted service providers to receive professional feedback on their progress, through secure features including password protection and face ID.

According to Myrror, founders Jennifer and Stacy were inspired to create the app when the latter decided to explore 'tweakment' options after having children and wanted a way to monitor her progress to achieve the desired results.

The app is available to download now on iOS and Android devices for £2.99 a month or £30 annually.

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