Metrology and sensors as dermo-cosmetic technology opportunities for a change of paradigm
Skin Res Technol. 2020; 00:1-9
BOLLINGER Caroline., DUONG Tu Anh., GENAIN G., AMALRIC N., MOGA A., RICHARD W., VANDIER S. (2020)
WB Technologies, Paris, France.
Department of Dermatology, Hôpital Henri Mondor AP-HP, Créteil, France.
Chaire Avenir Santé Numérique Equipe 8 IMRB, INSERM, Université Paris Est Créteil,Créteil, France.
Beauty Product Consulting – BPC, Paris,France.
Synelvia, Toulouse, France.
Metrology and measures are changing the way patients and consumers behave and help find new, more effective solutions. This Review and Prospective Paper identifies applications in the field of dermatology and beauty tech. The review of skincare as well as dermatological applications and analysis provides a comprehensive picture of the dynamics in the process of impacting the complete value chain in the field of dermo-cosmetics, as well as the opportunities offered by a strict approach around new and innovative measures, especially in the field of better patient/consumer knowledge, understanding, and personalized solution offering. It identifies the new business models or opportunities for the cosmetic industry. Adapting metrology and measures to skincare is a significant opportunity to change the way things are done today.
© 2020 John Wiley & Sons A/S.
KEYWORDS: beauty, dermatology, dermo-cosmetics, Internet of things, privacy, Safety testing, sensor, skin barrier, skin metrology, Skin physiology/structure