Razor shaves with lasers instead of metal blades
The Skarp Razor uses a laser set at a specific wavelength to cut hair upon contact
Black prototype of the Skarp Laser Razor, made of 6061 aluminum
Laser technology has come a long way over the decades, having made leaps from science fiction to science fact within the medical field, manufacturing, and even as a "death star" beam to help unlock the mysteries of the universe. But the latest laser-enabled concept is something the average consumer can more readily appreciate. The Skarp Razor may become the first-ever personal shaving tool powered by a laser.