While the displays on our phone are usually made from pretty sturdy glass that can withstand scratches, many of us still like to rely on screen protectors for that peace of mind. However screen protectors aren’t permanent and eventually they will start getting scratched and worn, but Innerexile’s screen protector might last you a bit longer.

How is that, you ask? Basically this screen protector is made with a coating of microcapsules. These microcapsules contain an adhesive-like liquid. The idea here is that if and when your screen protector gets scratched, the liquid will then filled up those scratch voids quickly so that it gives you the illusion that it is self-healing.

Of course since the microcapsules are not infinite, eventually there will come a point where there will be scratches visible. However if you are careful with your phone, you should be able to expect a relatively pristine screen protector for the foreseeable future. If these sound like screen protectors you might be interested in, they will set you back $23.99 for the iPhone 6s and $25.99 for the iPhone 6s Plus.

That being said, there is a slight catch and that is the temperature of the environment you’re in needs to be “right”. If you’d like to see the screen protector’s self-healing capabilities in action, check out the video above.

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