...skin care, safer and easier
Skinalytics was founded in 2017 by Michele Temple-Wong, Irene Wang and Gilberto Acevedo. They recognized that there was very little information for consumers to understand when or why they might have a reaction to a consumer product and how that might be related to their personal genome, microbiome, demographics, lifestyle, and environment. They want to provide a tool that can be a platform to collect this data which might be helpful to consumers and physicians.
...so you can be more confident in your skin.
Skinalytics is dedicated to skin health and is focusing its first efforts on a digital beauty app. The first product presented by Skinalytics, skincare IQ or scIQ, is a mobile app that will personalize the selection of skin care products.
This platform will incorporate the power of big data and use an artificial intelligence algorithm with context-aware collaborative filters, to take data about:
to make personalized skin care recommendations to users.
Our first prototype shown in the video below will be available on the Android store at the end of the summer.
We are looking for collaborators and mentors in tech and business development to help us commercialize our product. We are also looking for collaborators in dermatology and skin microbiome to help with proof-of-concept studies of skin reactions. If you think you can contribute some ideas or information, contact us:
If this could help you or a friend, join our community in skin care health and encourage others to join. By sharing our experiences, we can be more informed skin care consumers.
MUCH THANKS TO THE TEAM
We have had much help in developing this product and website. We would like to thank all those who have helped us from mentors to software engineers and UI designers. This includes the following people:
Kimberly Davis King leads the StartR incubator at the Rady School of Management at the University of California, San Diego where she is also a lecturer. She has over 17 years of experience in the venture capital industry and focuses on investing and mentoring startups and high growth companies. Kim is also currently an adjunct professor at the San Diego State University Fowler College of Business.
Dr. Lada Rasochova is the executive director of the California Institute for Innovation and Development, managing director of the Rady Venture Fund and director of StartR accelerator at the Rady School of Management at the University of California San Diego.
David Bullis is a top-performing marketing executive with 20 years of genomics experience working for industry leading life science companies including Illumina. He has co-founded and consulted for various companies on product development, and commercialization. He is currently the Director of Commercial Strategy in Bioinformatics for Qiagen.
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