Currently, there has been an increase in the adoption of wearable biosensors as they are useful in several applications such as the continuous monitoring of vitals to combat diseases such as diabetes and cancer. By producing reliable real-time data through noninvasive measures including sweat and saliva, wearable electrochemical biosensors have been of high interest in recent years and have had major developments. By using these non-invasive measures, there is a significant reduction in potential risks to the consumer since they do not contact blood and are much more appealing. Zimmer and Peacock specializes in manufacturing, testing, and developing these sensors to be used in a wide range of applications based on client, patient, and market needs. To increase their comfortability, the sensors are designed to have appealing qualities such as flexibility, conformability, reliability, and convenience, with the patients’ needs being the focal point of every step of the process.