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Neutrogena unveils AI-generated, 3D-printed skin supplements

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By Webb Wright | NY reporter

January 3, 2023 | 4 min read

The new technology, developed in partnership with Nourished, will be on display later this week at CES in Las Vegas.

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Each Skin360 Skinstack contains seven layers of vitamins. / Neutrogena x Nourished

In the future, artificial intelligence will be able to break down your unique dermatological profile, and state-of-the-art 3D printers will then be able to create supplements designed specifically for your skin. Oh, wait - this is already happening; the future has arrived.

This morning, skincare brand Neutrogena announced a new campaign in partnership with Nourished (a company which uses 3D printing to create personalized vitamins) called Skin360 Skinstacks - which, according to a press release, will “leverage artificial intelligence and the latest in 3D-printing technology to create on-demand dietary supplements carefully crafted with skin-loving ingredients designed to help consumers meet their personal skincare goals.”

The campaign starts with Neutrogena’s Skin360 skin assessment, an AI-based technology which analyzes more than 2,000 specific skin qualities (based on a photo of a person’s face) in order to provide a personalized overview of “skin needs and goals.” 3D printing technology from Nourished will take over from there, using each user’s data to create seven-layered, sugar-free gummy supplements with healthy ingredients such as Zinc, Vitamin C and Riboflavin.

Skin360 Skinstacks will be on display at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which kicks off this Thursday in Las Vegas.

​​“At Neutrogena, we are grounded in the belief that beauty begins with healthy skin and are proud of a heritage that consistently delivers skincare solutions built at the intersection of science and technology, in a way that makes sophisticated science simple and inclusive for our consumers,” Roberto Khoury, senior vice president of Neutrogena, said in a statement. “Working with Nourished allows us to further that commitment by marrying our award-winning digital skin assessment with Nourished elegant 3D printing technology to create on-demand dietary supplements to help consumers meet their personal skincare goals.”

Neutrogena said in a press release issued this morning that its new partnership with Nourished represents “a new dimension of comprehensive inside-out skincare,” and that interest in beauty supplements has been fueled by a growing awareness of the connection between proper nutrition and general health.

Orders for Skin360 Skinstacks are placed through the Nourished website (after the Skin360 assessment has been completed) and sent directly to customers' homes.

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