Neutrogena Skin360 and SkinScanner powered by FitSkin demystify skincare by tracking consumers' skin health and providing personalized skincare advice.
The integrated telehealth experience includes online consultations, diagnosis, treatment, dispensing of skincare products and continuity of care.
The company allows users to have a virtual consultation with a dermatologist right through their phone, saving them time and money.
The setup involves a mini-microscope that attaches to a smartphone, an app and a HIPAA-compliant cloud-based analytical platform called DermEngine.
The new Digital Dermatology feature will allow patients to evaluate conditions remotely, without the need for an office visit in many cases.
The service, developed by iDoc24, connects users directly to dermatologists for an opinion on any skin issue - anywhere, anytime, anonymously.
A team of physicians at Rhode Island Hospital wanted to test Google Glass in real-time, video dermatological consultations.
The company's iOS app helps consumers get treatment for select skin problems without having to interact with a physician in-person or even in real-time.
The application allows patients to receive an opinion on any skin ailment directly from board-certified dermatologists in only 24 hours.
The company's existing investors include Atlantic Labs, 6Wunderkinder CEO Christian Reber, former CEO of Bayer-Dermatology, Marc Lafeuille, and TA Venture.