A startup that has been developing a software to help people better understand the health of their skin is launching a product with skin care manufacturers that it hopes will appeal to consumers’ interests.
The product is called Skin Care Product Skin, which is the brainchild of three-year-old Sohini, who has a healthy complexion.
The company, based in Hyderabad, India, hopes to reach $1 billion in revenue by 2020.
The software uses artificial intelligence to help users select products from a wide array of different brands, and will let users make personalized recommendations to their skin care team based on their skin type, weight and age.
“Skin Care Product SKIN can be used to personalize the skin care recommendations for different skin types and skin types by providing them with relevant skin care information and personalised skin care content,” Sohinis team wrote in a blog post.
“It also allows you to search for skin types, products and brands in real time.”
Skin Care product SKIN is available on Android and iOS devices, and is available for both the desktop and mobile version.
The app can be accessed by tapping on the skin that you want to recommend, and then tapping the search box to access the full product list.
The team says it is working on a web version, but for now it is focused on Android.
“We are trying to keep our skin care expertise relevant to the needs of our users,” Soshni said.
“The Skin Care products we have built for you, the users, is a natural extension of what we do.”
For now, Skin Care is focused primarily on its native mobile app, which has been downloaded more than 5 million times.
The founders said that it has raised $100,000 in seed funding, and said it plans to build more features into the app as it gets more users.
“SKIN is our first product and we are looking to scale the product to more than 1 million users,” the founders wrote.
The new product is a part of a larger effort by the company to help skin care professionals find and develop products that work for their customers.
“Skin Care is one of the few startups that have a product in the marketplace with a dedicated product discovery platform,” Sohaish said.