Here are the most exciting beauty tech initiatives right now
Take a look at six initiatives injecting technology into their beauty products, from cosmic printers to biobased packaging.

Revieve uses AI and AR to give customers in-depth skin analysis — even from mobile-quality selfies

The patented and automated system is trained using an extensive data set of images to uncover and measure sub-metrics and main metrics such as redness, acne, texture, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, and hyperpigmentation.

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Biotherm’s partnership with Carbios can enable infinite recycling of beauty packaging

”It’s 2022, why is not everything made of recycled plastic yet?” international sustainability director Dania Blin asks in our conversation — while sharing the latest on recycling, biotech, and material innovations.

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How Ellure’s cosmetic printer can change the beauty industry

In just a few years from now, the Swedish beauty tech startup aims to shake up the beauty business as we know it. In fact, it’s already happening.

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Sulapac teams up with Lumene for beauty line using a biobased packaging of the future

Founded by Doctors of Biochemistry, the Finnish patented and award-winning material innovation startup is on a mission to save the world from microplastics, eco-toxic impacts, and plastic waste.

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Lancôme’s patented triple dose serum fuses into a high-performance anti-ageing concentrate

Inspired by regenerative skin sciences, the leading skincare label aimed to develop a multi-tasking product to fight the lack of volumes, wrinkles, and dark spots.

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Omniblonde presents special complex aiming to offer next-gen technology for blonde hair care

After meeting each other, one former hairdresser and one entrepreneur reached out to their ”blonde sisters” around the globe, asking what they were looking for and missing in their hair routines. A lot, it turned out.

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