Why smart skincare is getting personal
4 Mar 2021
Why smart skincare is getting personal

As the line between medical skin treatment and beauty-based skincare grows ever finer, there’s an opportunity for tech to deliver positive skincare coaching through a more personalized approach. What opportunities does skintech have to engage audiences with products?

Bethany Fulton

Bethany Fulton is a beauty journalist and copywriter, with bylines in Vogue Business, Stylist, and Refinery29. Her goal with beauty journalism is to educate others about how skincare really works.

Meghan Maupin

Meghan Maupin is a co-founder of data-first skincare company Atolla. She has a graduate degree in engineering and management from MIT and previously worked in design roles at Patagonia, The MIT Design Lab, and Formlabs. Her expertise is in integrating new technology into the user experience.

Adrienne Matei

Adrienne Matei is a journalist for publications including the New York Times, Bon Appetit, Vanity Fair, The Globe, and The Guardian. She writes about the intersection of online and offline culture from Gen Zer Tik Tok trends to the digital afterlife.