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Philips Skincare Assessment Kit Gives Personalized Advice

Philips Skincare Assessment Kit Gives Personalized Advice
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The handheld device and app connect users to dermatologists to create a custom skin report over the course of five days

Ivanha Paz
  • 20 february 2018

Another personalized skincare service is available for consumers to purchase, this time as an app and handheld device from Philips. The Dutch tech company has released a “Skincare Assessment Kit” for users to get accurate recommendations and a report on which practices to add to their skincare routine.

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The process takes five days and includes a series of questions from dermatologists. At the end, it delivers customized advice about your skin, what’s best to use, and what to keep doing. It retails for $29.99.

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